Privacy Studies Journal

Privacy Studies Journal is an interdisciplinary, open access, peer-reviewed journal. It is published by the Danish National Research Foundation Centre for Privacy Studies, University of Copenhagen (PRIVACY), and has its home on the online journal platform hosted by the Danish Royal Library.

Privacy Studies Journal spans the present and the past, and envisions the future. Featuring original, high-quality research on privacy in its broadest sense and with the human component in focus, we will welcome contributions that take privacy and the private as catalysts for analysis of, for example:

Architecture and the built environment
Bodily practices
Business and operational aspects
Crises and crisis management
Information and communication technologies
Material culture
Societal structures
Space (domestic, urban, professional …)
Technological innovation

We aim for Privacy Studies Journal to provide scholars with a thoughtful and academically vigorous forum for research into privacy and the private. By bringing together contemporary, historical, and future perspectives and by keeping an open mind to potential cross-pollination between research fields Privacy Studies Journal wishes to set new scholarly standards, offering an opportunity to generate insights that cross disciplinary boundaries.

The Privacy Studies Journal editorial team

Mette Birkedal Bruun, director of PRIVACY, Professor of Church History, University of Copenhagen, Chief editor

Emma Klakk, Academic Officer, Centre for Privacy Studies, University of Copenhagen, Assistant Editor

Editorial Board

Andrew Riggsby, Prof. in Classics, Professor of Art History, University of Texas at Austin

Anne Cheung, Professor of Law, University of Hong Kong

Beate Rössler, Professor of Ethics, University of Amsterdam

Catherine Richardson, Professor in Renaissance Studies, University of Kent

Frederik J. Zuiderveen Borgesius, Professor of Law, Radboud University

Itsuko Yamaguchi, Professor of Information Law and Policy, University of Tokyo

Kai Rannenberg, Chair of Mobile Business and Multilateral Security, Goethe University Frankfurt

Maarten Delbeke, Professor of the History and Theory of Architecture, ETH, Zurich