Calendar – University of Copenhagen


  • 29 April 2019, 15:00-17:00

    Shepherd or Servant? The Private and Public Lives of the Pastor

    Section for Church History and Centre for Privacy Studies have invited Mattias Skat Sommer to give a seminar on the Danish reformer, Niels Hemmingsen (1513-1600). » Read more

  • 3 May 2019, 10:15-12:00

    Project seminar: Eleanor Helms

    'A Nonentity, A Puzzling Figure': Kierkegaard’s Geometric Construction of Faith » Read more

  • 3 May 2019, 13:00-17:00

    CAS Career Day 2019

    CAS' Career Day has the goal of providing students with the knowledge and tools necessary to navigate career building upon graduation » Read more

  • 6 May - 7 May 2019

    PRIVACY Seminar: Privacy in Early Modern Correspondences

    Letters were the most important means of communication in Early Modern Europe. In written correspondence, individuals shared scholarly ideas, represented intimate experiences, planned artistic projects, challenged social conventions, and much more. In such exchanges, writers readily refer to individual states and to personal opinions, but always in a socially shared space of communication, defying any notion of a privacy untouched by the public. How do we examine Early Modern correspondences in a way that takes seriously individual aspects as well as social conventions? At the workshop Privacy in Early Modern Correspondences, a number of prominent international scholars join members of the Centre for Privacy Studies in tackling this methodological challenge. Focusing on individual letter writers, on specific correspondences, and other contexts of epistolary communication, we will examine aspects of Early Modern correspondences as they relate to the private and the public. List of Speakers Prof. Hubert Bost, Université Paris Sciences et Lettres  Prof. Emeritus Richard Maber, University of Durham  Dr. Ineke Huysman, Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands  Postdoc. Eelco d. Nagelsmit, Faculty of Arts, University of Groningen  PhD Fellow Bram van der Leeuwen School of Modern Languages, University of St Andrews Postdoc. Michaël Green, PRIVACY, University of Copenhagen Lars Cyril Nørgaard, PRIVACY, University of Copenhagen and CRCV, Versailles Programme and Registration The full programme will be available shortly. The seminar is open and free to all. Please register here. Picture Credits: F. van Mieris, De briefschrijfster (The Letter-writer), 1680. Oil on wooden panel. Cat. Num. SK-A-261 © Rijksmuseum Amsterdam » Read more

  • 8 May 2019, 14:15-16:00

    Onsdag med Kierkegaard

    Åbent foredrag med Joakim Garff: En introduktion til den globale dansker og hans livssyn » Read more

  • 8 May 2019, 15:00-17:00

    Challenge Seminar: Storage and Personalization in the Context of Human Genomes

    National biobanks and health data archives are spaces for storing genomic material and data of individuals as a commonly shared resource. While we may think of storage as a way of temporarily disposing items of reduced usefulness for the owner, and thus loosening the ties between item and person, national initiatives to collect and store DNA from citizens have revealed the opposite. » Read more

  • 10 May 2019, 10:15-12:00

    Project seminar: Elizabeth Li

    Telegraph Messages and an Acoustical Illusion: Kierkegaard’s Separation of Philosophy and Christianity. » Read more

  • 21 June 2019, 10:15-12:00

    Project seminar: Nina Kaschel

    Educative Anxiety. A Pedagogical Reading of The Concept of Anxiety » Read more

  • 14 August - 16 August 2019

    SKC Annual Conference 2019

    State of the Arts: Kierkegaard. Literature. Theatre. Music. » Read more

  • 27 September 2019, 14:00

    Tiltrædelsesforelæsning Florian Wöller

    Tiltrædelsesforelæsning ved lektor Florian Wöller » Read more

  • 8 November 2019, 10:15-12:00

    Project seminar: Aline Leite Grünewald

    Kierkegaard and Nietzsche facing the challenge of nihilism: the possibility of building existential meaning from the concepts of Repetition and Eternal Return » Read more

  • 22 November 2019, 10:15-12:00

    Project Seminar: Matoba Atsuya

    Kierkegaard’s Thought of Human Love: How Was It Deleted? » Read more

  • 29 November 2019, 10:15-12:00

    Project seminar: Paulo Abe

    The present project seeks to explore the relation between despair and paradox in Søren Kierkegaard’s philosophy. » Read more