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Biography

Dr Jules Gaspard is an interdisciplinary scholar working on intelligence and security within the digital space.

In October 2018 they joined the department as a Lecturer in Digital Intelligence. Previously they were an Assistant Professor (Lecturer) of International Security and Intelligence at Dublin City University, where they won the President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, and a Teaching Fellow in Intelligence and International Security and at the University of Warwick.

In 2017, they completed a PhD on a Chancellor’s Scholarship at Warwick— a re-examination of the origins of US counterintelligence. Before the PhD, they undertook an MRes in War Studies at King’s College London, an MA in Intelligence and International Security at Brunel University London and a BSc in Politics, also at Brunel.

Students can arrange meetings with Jules here.

 

Research Interests

  • Intelligence Studies
  • Intelligence Theory & Philosophy
  • Digital Intelligence
  • Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT)
  • Security & Intelligence
  • Anglo-American intelligence liaison

Jules’ research lies at the intersection of Intelligence Studies, Philosophy and Technology.

 

Teaching

  • Contemporary Security Issues (BA 1)
  • Intelligence in War Studies (BA2)
  • Intelligence in Peace and War (MA)

PhD Secondary supervisor

Liam McVay

 

Publications

For a list of publications, please see Dr Gaspard's Pure Profile.