ONLINE PRIVACY CONFERENCE: Privacy Studies in Global Perspective - Approaches and History
The conference is part of the Latin American Privacy Studies project funded by The Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education, International Network Programme.
Centre Director Mette Birkedal Bruun will give an online keynote lecture on 23 September 18:00 CEST
About the PRIVACY project Latin American Privacy Studies:
The project will establish a collaboration between the Centre for Privacy Studies, University of Copenhagen, and the Postgraduate Programme of the History Department at the Universidade Federal de Santa Maria in Brazil.
The scientific focus of the project is notions of privacy and the private in Europe and Latin America. The project centers on how privacy and the private are defined, disrupted, augmented, and negotiated in relation to health, sexuality, architecture, religion, and political thought.
‘Historical Notions of Privacy in Latin America’ emphasizes a historical perspective, and experts on architecture, medicine, political thought, religious culture, and sexuality are all contributing to the project.
Likewise, several PRIVACY Scholars are involved in the work: Centre Director Mette Birkedal Bruun is the Principal Investigator, and Postdoctoral Researcher Natacha Klein Käfer will organise the project in cooperation with Mette Birkedal Bruun.