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Special Issue on the Challenges of Teaching Secrecy
This special issue of Secrecy and Society explores the challenges of "teaching secrecy" in higher education. We are interested in papers that reflect on the practical, methodological, epistemological, symbolic/visual, literary, psychological, political, policy, regulatory, and legal issues that are raised when the subject in the classroom is secrecy as the intentional or nonintentional concealment of information. We welcome papers that link the teaching of secrecy to other "conditions of information," such as censorship, privacy, confidentiality, anonymity, and surveillance on one hand, and openness and transparency on the other.
We will consider articles of any length and that reflect personal experiences with course development, selection and inclusion of readings and sources, student feedback, and (inter)disciplinary issues related to the teaching of secrecy.
CalendarCFP / February, 2019
Submission date / August, 2019
Issue published / Fall-Winter, 2019
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Current Issue: Volume 2, Number 1 (2018) Secrecy and Intelligence
Special Issue Articles
Secrecy vs. Disclosure of the Intelligence Community Budget: An Enduring Debate
Anne Daugherty Miles
Collaboration and Research Practice in Intelligence