The Monterey Terrorism Research and Education Program and the student-run Terrorism Studies Club frequently host speaker events. We invite professionals in fields related to terrorism studies to give lunch-time presentations about their career and work in the field.
Feb. 04, 2016
|12:00-1:50PM||McGowan 100||"Second Installment of TSC Counterterrorism Games" Dr. Michael Freeman will be joining us from the Naval Post Graduate School to run a few interactive table top scenarios related to terrorism. FREE PIZZA AND SODA WILL BE SERVED! Bring yourself and a friend!|
Feb, 18, 2016
|12:00-1:50PM||Casa Fuente 452||TSC's Civil-Military Relations "War Planning" Lecture by Retired Marine Maj. John Duvall Our fellow classmate John Duvall will give the third installment in the Civil-Military Relations Course, "Planning For War: An Introduction." This lecture will present the process by which the U.S. military plans its major military operations and campaigns across the range of military operations. Additionally, Major Duvall will discuss his role as the leader of the operational planning team for the US military's withdrawal from Iraq as directed by President Obama.|
|Nov. 13, 2015||
TSC Special Event - The Paris Attacks: exploring the triad of refugees, terrorism, and ISIS
|Nov. 5, 2015||TSC Civil-Military Relations Series II: The Structure of US Military Command and Control|
|October 1, 2015||"Counter Threat Finance in Afghanistan, a Case Study of the Taliban and Haqqani Network" Matthew Jacobs, NPS.|
|Sept. 24, 2015||SPECIAL SEMINAR: Dr. Phil Williams
Dr. Williams has worked extensively on transnational criminal networks, terrorist networks, terrorist finances, and has focused most recently on the rise of drug trafficking violence in Mexico. He has published extensively in the field of international security.
|Sept. 10, 2015||"Using Interactive Games to Understand the Complexities of Terrorism," Dr. Michael Freeman will be joining us from the Naval Post Graduate School to run a few interactive table top scenarios related to terrorism.|
|April 2, 2015||Dr. Mahmood Monshipouri, "Protests and Information Politics in the Digital Age."|
|March 31, 2015||Thomas Reidy, PhD, ABPP, "Supermax Prisons: A New Type of Hell for Terrorists"
This special speaker event will be co-hosted by MonTREP and the TSC.
|March 5, 2015||Dr. Michael Freeman, "The Coercion Paradox and Counterterrorism"|
|Nov. 20, 2014||Brigadier General (Ret.) Russell D. Howard, “ISIS/ISIL/IS --- Creating Opportunities from Chaos.”|
|Nov. 6, 2014||Dr. Tristan Maybry: 'Nationalism versus Islamism in Xinjiang: the Uyghurs of China'|
|Oct. 2, 2014||Bryan Lee, Director of the Eurasia program at CNS.|
|Sept. 11, 2014||Thomas Reidy, “Mass murderers: Mental status of suicide bombers and rampage shooters.”|
|Sept. 9, 2014||Dr. Jeffrey Bale, “13 Years after 9/11: The Persistence of Western Delusions about Islamist
Ideology and Jihadist Terrorism”
|Sept. 8, 2014||Mr. Faiysal Alikhan, "Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the United States Relationships in 2014 and
|Apr. 17, 2014||Dr. Tristan James Mabry, founding Executive Director of the Joint Foreign Area Officer
Program and Assistant Research Professor in the Department of National Security Affairs,
School of International Graduate Studies, Naval Postgraduate School
|Apr. 3, 2014||Dr. Anna Simons, NPS Defense Analysis Department|
|Mar. 4, 2014||Navy Captain (Ret.) Paul Shemella|
|Dec. 2, 2013||International terrorism expert and the head of the International Centre for Political
Violence and Terrorism Research, Dr. Rohan Gunaratna, will be guest speaking.
|Nov. 18, 2013||Kimberly Dozier (Event Photo)|
|Oct. 18, 2013||Paula Broadwell & Gregory Treverton|
|Sept. 30, 2013||Dr. Itamara Lochard|
|Aug. 26, 2013||Brigadier General (Ret.) Russell D. Howard|
|Apr. 15, 2013||Andrea Walther & Skye Perske|
|Feb. 25, 2013||Seth Whitfield|
|Jan. 14, 2013||Major General Charles Hooper|
|Nov. 26 2012||Kimberly Dozier|
|Nov. 19, 2012||Dr. Joe Felter|
|Oct. 29, 2012||Dr. Michele Malvesti|
|Oct. 2, 2012||Brigadier General (Ret.) Russell D. Howard|
The speaker series is intended primarily for the Institute students and can only be attended by RSVP-ing to the Terrorism Studies Club. If you are interested in joining the club, please email email@example.com.