Pilot Season - Summer 2019

This season, host Natália da Silva Perez interviews the director of the Centre for Privacy Studies, Mette Birkedal Bruun, postdocs Michaël Green and Lars Nørgaard, and PhD candidate Anni Haahr Henriksen. Bonus episodes include four keynote lectures from our inaugural conference Early Modern Privacy: Notions, Spaces, Implications, which took place from 9-11 April 2019. In the lectures, professors Mia Corpiola, Maarten Delbeke, Willem Frijhoff, and Hélène Merlin-Kajman talk about early modern privacy from the perspective of their historical research.

Episode 1 - Interview with Mette Birkedal Bruun: Introducing the Centre for Privacy Studies

Episode 2 - Interview with Michaël Green: Examining privacy in early modern letters

Episode 3 - Interview with Anni Haahr Henriksen: Traces of a medieval private reader

Notes: Link to Cambridge University Library Manuscript Gg.4.18 and Anni's article about it

Episode 4 - Interview with Lars Nørgaard: Madame de Maintenon's "petits livres secrets" (coming soon)

Bonus Episode - Challenge Seminar with Laura Skouvig and Jens-Erik Mai: Information and Privacy in Ages of Surveillance

Bonus Episode 1 - Lecture with Prof. Willem Frijhoff: A Privacy Case-Study of a Franco-Dutch Family Network around 1600 (coming soon)

Bonus Episode 2 -  Lecture with Prof. Mia Corpiola: A Legal Historical Perspective on Possibilities for Privacy in Swedish Society (coming soon)

Bonus Episode 3 - Lecture with Prof. Maarten Delbeke: Privacy and Exemplarity in Roman Baroque Art and Architecture (coming soon)

Bonus Episode 4 - Lecture with Prof. Hélène Merlin-Kajman: Privé and Particulier in France in the 17th century (coming soon)