• Publications

      INTELLIGENCE ORGANISATION IN THE EARLY MODERN WORLD

      Analyse the intelligence apparatus of early modern Venice

  • PROJECT OUTPUTS

    Book:
    Iordanou, I. Venice’s Secret Service: Intelligence Organisation in the Renaissance (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019)

    Peer-reviewed journal articles:
    Iordanou, I. (2016), What News on the Rialto? The Trade of Information and Early Modern Venice’s Centralized Intelligence Organization, Intelligence and National Security, 31(3): 301-326.

    Book chapters:
    Iordanou, I. (2018), ‘The Spy Chiefs of Renaissance Venice: Intelligence Leadership in the Early World’, in Maddrell et al., eds., Spy Chiefs: Intelligence Leaders in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia (Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press) [In Press]

    Moran, C., Iordanou, I., and Stout, M. (2018), ‘Spy Chiefs: Power, Secrecy and Leadership’, in Moran et al., eds., Spy Chiefs: Intelligence Leaders in the USA and United Kingdom (Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press). [In Press]

    Moran, C., Iordanou, I., and Stout, M. (2018), ‘Intelligence Leadership in the 21st Century’, in Moran et al., eds., Spy Chiefs: Intelligence Leaders in the USA and United Kingdom (Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press). [In Press]

    Bento Da Silva, J., and Iordanou, I. (2017), ‘The Origins of Organizing in the Sixteenth Century’, in Gaggiotti et al., Origins of Organizing, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

    Work in progress:
    Single-authored article on transdisciplinary methodology in organisational history (to be submitted to American Historical Review)

    Single-authored article on the professional development of cryptology (under review with Enterprise and Society)

    Co-authored Article on Secrecy and Identity work (targeted at Organisation Studies)