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David E. Sanger: War in the Cyber Age

November 9 @ 11:00 am

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States entering conflict today rely less on traditional warfare methods and more on short-of-war operations conducted via keyboards and code. David Sanger, author of THE PERFECT WEAPON: WAR, SABOTAGE, AND FEAR IN THE CYBER AGE, will discuss how the rise of cyber conflict has changed geopolitics and, on the eve of the 2020 election, survey some of the most pressing hot spots in foreign policy, including Iran, North Korea, Russia, and the central battlefield for cyber conflict: the United States.

CHF strives to eliminate barriers by making the following services available to you:

  • wheelchair accessible seats,
  • aisle seating,
  • assistive listening devices,
  • american sign language interpretation,
  • open captions,
  • seating close to stage,
  • audio descriptions,
  • and large print or braille programs.

You may request accommodations from the audience services representative at 312-605-8444 or at access@chicagohumanities.org


Field Museum, James Simpson Theatre
1400 S Lake Shore Dr
Chicago, IL 60605 United States
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Box Office Contact:
(312) 605-8444
Box Office Hours:
Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm


November 9
11:00 am

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60 minutes
Special Notes
TAP members can book tickets by phone or at the door of an event. To order by phone, call the CHF box office at (312) 605-8444 and say you are a Teen Arts Pass holder to receive $5 tickets.

Location Details:

By CTA Train
The closest CTA train stop to the Field Museum is Roosevelt. Servicing the Red, Orange, and Green lines, the Roosevelt stop also offers a connection to the #146 bus (at State and Roosevelt), which takes riders directly to the Museum Campus.

By CTA Bus
#146 (Inner Drive/Michigan Express/Museum Campus)
#130 (Museum Campus, only mid-May through Labor Day)

By Metra
The closest Metra stop to the Field Museum is the Metra Electric District station at Museum Campus/11th Street.

By Bike
Easily access the Museum from Chicago’s Lakefront Trail. Public bike racks are available at the East and West entrances, as well as on the northeast and northwest terraces.