Privacy Seminar: Zones of Privacy in the Early Modern Netherlands – University of Copenhagen

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Privacy Seminar: Zones of Privacy in the Early Modern Netherlands

Zones of Privacy in the Early Modern Netherlands

The two day seminar organised by the Centre for Privacy Studies is dedicated to exploration of various approaches to privacy in the early modern period, in the United Provinces of the Netherlands. During the two days seminar, we will explore egodocuments (which include autobiography, memoirs, diaries etc) and their methodology, the Jewish community and the relationship between secrecy and privacy among Dutch seamen.

Confirmed speakers:

Dr. Rudolf Dekker (Center for the Study of Egodocuments and History)

Dr. Tirstah Bernfeld Levie (Zentrum Jüdische Studien Berlin-Brandenburg)

Dr. Djouke van Netten (University of Amsterdam)

Dr. Michaël Green (Centre for Privacy Studies)

Dr. Natália da Silva Perez (Centre for Privacy Studies)