- This event is a production of the Jimmy Carter Library & Museum.
- The lecture will be followed by a book signing and then a reception for the author at nearby Manuel's Tavern.
Author Lecture - "Prisoners, Lovers, and Spies: The Story of Invisible Ink"
Kristie Macrakis, Professor
School of History, Technology and Society
Georgia Institute of Technology
Please join us at the Jimmy Carter Library & Museum for this lecture by Georgia Tech historian of the science of espionage and past Atlanta Science Tavern speaker, Kristie Macrakis. Kristie will be talking about her just-released book, Prisoners, Lovers, and Spies: The Story of Invisible Ink, which is the first history of invisible ink and secret communications revealed through thrilling stories about scoundrels and heroes and their ingenious methods for concealing messages.
The lecture will be followed immediately by a book signing. After the book signing those interested are invited to a reception for Kristie at nearby Manuel's Tavern.
Kristie Macrakis received her PhD in the History of Science from Harvard University. She is an internationally recognized historian of espionage and the author of many books including Surviving the Swastika and Seduced by Secrets. She is Professor of History, Technology and Society at Georgia Tech.