Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism in the 21st Century

This lecture is part of the Dialogues of Learning Lecture Series, presented by the College of Arts and Sciences.

Terrorism is charging with, and adapting to, the electronic world of the 21st century, where terror events will increasingly be carried out in cyber-space. In may respects, then, the means used to conduct counter-terrorism operations have changed as well. Here, we will explore what has changed, and what has remained the same.

Joseph H. Hall IV is associate professor of anthropology at Lynn University. Hall received his Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, and served 22 years in the FBI. He is a fluent speaker of Mandarin Chinese, and his teaching and research interests include topics in terrorism, genocide, criminology and forensic science.

This event is free and open to the public. No tickets. No reservations.