PRIVACY Newsletter, March 2018
Message from Privacy
Thank you for your interest in the Centre for Privacy Studies.
For the PRIVACY core scholars the recruitment has been an exciting process. It has been inspiring to meet all these excellent young scholars dedicated to historical research on privacy issues, and we aim to stay in touch with the best of them and find other ways of collaboration. Above all it is a scholarly treat to have on board a highly promising international group of young researchers: three PhD-students and seven postdocs.
Mette Birkedal Bruun,
13 Mar 2018: Open lecture: Unfamiliar Familiar Spaces of Early Modern Devotion
Open lecture at KADK By Professor Mette Birkedal Bruun, Department of Church History / Centre for Privacy Studies, University of Copenhagen. Read more
22 Mar 2018: Videnskab | Lidenskab: En aften om RO
The Carlsberg Foundation presents an evening about isolation and seclusion from the world. Read more
May 2018: Marie Curie Workshop
If you have a PhD and if you want to work on issues, sites or periods that are not directly associated with the eleven cases included in the PRIVACY research programme, you might want to apply for a Marie Curie scholarship in association with the Centre. Please note: registration ends 3 April 2018. See here for more information
Strangely Familiar Lecture Series
PRIVACY scholars to present lectures in the Strangely Familiar lecture series at KADK. Read more
Lars Cyril Nørgaard, postdoc. Read more
Emil Hee Stenstrup, Student assistant. Read more
PRIVACY brings together the fields of Church History, Architectural History, Legal History and the History of Ideas in a novel interdisciplinary approach based on disciplinary integrationand site-based analysis. Read more
Centre for Privacy Studies is funded by The Danish National Research Foundation.
Centre for Privacy Studies,
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Sendt d. 09 March 2018