Domestic spying and surveillance are rarely out of today’s headlines. How does a real-life totalitarian secret police go about watching citizens, shutting down dissent, and ensuring mass obedience?
As part of the Economic & Social Research Council's Festival of Social Science, Prof. Mark Harrison from the Department of Economics will bring modern social science together with historical evidence to show how the KGB, the Soviet Union’s secret police, worked to uphold the communist monopoly of power during the Cold War in a public lecture on Thursday 7 November.
The event will take place in the Helen Martin Studio, Warwick Arts Centre, from 1-2pm on Thursday 7 November.
Professor Harrison's talk is FREE to attend, but you need to register by emailing Jane Snape.