PRIVACY Newsletter September 2019

At the Centre for Privacy Studies we are beginning the new semester in a festive vein by welcoming eight new colleagues. They work within the fields of architecture, church history, history of ideas, history of law and social history, and they come from Brazil, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Sweden and the USA.

The Centre for Privacy Studies is now more than ever an international and interdisciplinary research centre. Our PRIVACY corridor is buzzing with scholarly activity, research exchanges and plans for field-trips, publications, seminars and guest lectures.

This final round of recruitment enables PRIVACY to embark on a new scholarly chapter. We look forward to collaborating with our new colleagues, to opening the cases of Dresden, Helmstedt, Altona and Glasgow and to exploring thematic links between the cases.

If you want to know more about the PRIVACY scholars and their research interests, you can explore their scholarly profiles here.

We look forward to collaborating.

Our new team members from left to right: Paolo Astorri, Natalie Patricia Käfer, Frank Ejby Poulsen, Johannes Ljungberg (who will join us in January), Natascha Käfer, Jesper Jakobsen, Dustin Michael Neighbors, and Søren Frank Jensen. 

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