Presentations 2020

Mette Birkedal Bruun

  • 'Opening’ Early Modern Altona, seminar, Centre for Privacy Studies, 17 December

  • ‘Opening’, Privacy at Court? A Reassessment of the Public/Private Divide within European Courts (1400-1800)Centre for Privacy Studies, 10 December

  • ‘Entering the Interior: Objects and Thresholds in Early Modern Devotion’ Atelier Objet: Les objets qui créent l'intérieur, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, 4 December

  • ‘Opening’, Privacy in Early Modern Jewish Life, Centre for Privacy Studies, 17 November 

  • ‘Privacy and Religion’ lecture, The Royal Danish Academy: Architecture, Design, Conservation, 2 September

  • ‘Practices of Privacy - Knowledge in the Making: Opening', Practices of Privacy - Knowledge in the Making, digital seminar, Centre for Privacy Studies, 24 April

  • ‘Perspectives on Privacy in the 17th-century Netherlands: Opening' seminar co-organised with the Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands, 31 Januar

Paolo Astorri

  • 'The Reform of Clandestine Marriage Law in Sixteenth-Century Lutheran Saxony', Ius Commune conference, Maastricht, 26-27 November

  • 'Public Debt in Early Modern Lutheran Germany', Conference 'AUX ORIGINES DE LA DETTE PUBLIQUE EN EUROPE (XIIIe- XVIIes.), Maison des Sciences de l'Homme Lyon St Étienne, France, 12 November

Michael Green

  • Paper: 'Three Jewish Egodocuments from Amsterdam'. Symposium: Privacy in Early Modern Jewish Life. Centre for Privacy Studies, University of Copenhagen, 17 November   

  • 'Humanistic education in the 15th and 16th centuries'. Conference: "500 godina Flaciusa (500 anniversary of Flacius)”, Juraj Dobrila University of Pula, Croatia, 11 November 

  • Invited talk: 'Notions of Privacy in Early Modern Egodocuments from Amsterdam'. Low Countries Historical Seminar, University College London in cooperation with Institute for Historical Research, UK., 23 October 

  • 'Jewish Life in Early Modern Amsterdam Through the Prism of Privacy', Conference: Diversität statt Urbanität: Orte jüdischen Lebens zwischen Zentren und Peripherie vom 15. bis 19. Jahrhundert, Interdisciplinary Forum on Jewish History and Culture in the Early Modern Time, 9 February

  • 'Perceptions of Privacy in Jewish Egodocuments in Early Modern Amsterdam', Seminar co-organised with Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands, 31 January

Anni Haahr Henriksen

  • with Johannes Ljungberg and Frank Ejby Poulsen: 'Privacy and Freedom of Thought', Symposium at the Centre for Privacy Studies, University of Copenhagen, 12-13 November

Jesper Jakobsen

  • with Johannes Ljungberg: 'Regulating the unregulated city. Defining and negotiating private property and notions of privacy in Altona, 1740-1770'. Presentation, Privacy Seminar with Professor Susanne Rau. Centre for Privacy Studies, University of Copenhagen, 17 December

  • with Johannes Ljungberg: '’Privacy’ och det privata i tidigmoderna städer: Fallstudien Altona 1750-1800', Presentation, "Tidigmoderna Seminariet", Stockholm University, 9 December
  • with Lars Cyril Nørgaard: 'Changing Reasons of Censorship? The Faculty of Theology of Copenhagen University (1740-1770)', Paper presentation, Conference "Enlightenment confessionalised"Lund University, Sweden, 13 October

  • 'Markets & moralities: A site-based comparison of perceptions of private reading in Copenhagen & Glasgow', BSECS 49th Annual Conference “Natural, Unnatural and Supernatural”, University of Oxford, 10 January

Christine Jeanneret

  • 'Soundscapes of Rosenborg Castle: Hearing Privacy at Court', Privacy at Court? A Reassessment of the Public/Private Divide within European Courts (1400-1800), Centre for Privacy Studies, University of Copenhagen, 10-12 December 2020

  • 'Soundscapes of Rosenborg: Hearing and Listening to the Past', Colloquium Sound and Sensory Studies, Department of Art and Cultural Studies, University of Copenhagen, 5 November 2020

Søren Frank Jensen

  •  ‘Private Devotion in Public? Mapping The Book of Psalms at the Electoral Court of Saxony 1553-86’, Privacy at Court? A Reassessment of the Public/Private Divide within European Courts (1400-1800), Centre for Privacy Studies, 11 December 

  • ‘King David in Post-Reformation Biblical Interpretation’, Political Theology: Reflections On a Contested Concept, PhD seminar, University of Copenhagen, 12 November

Natacha Klein Käfer

  • with Johannes Ljungberg: 'Privacy in early modern Europe. Rethinking research in the Humanities', History students' association KLIO, Lund University, 27 February

  • with Natália da Silva Perez: 'Murder, dissection, & prints: Posthumous privacy in eighteenth-century Glasgow', BSECS 49th Annual Conference “Natural, Unnatural and Supernatural”, University of Oxford, 10 January

Johannes Ljungberg

  • with Jesper Jacobsen: 'Regulating the unregulated city. Defining and negotiating private property and notions of privacy in Altona, 1740-1770', Presentation, Privacy Seminar with Professor Susanne Rau. Centre for Privacy Studies, University of Copenhagen, 17 December

  • with Jesper Jakobsen: ''Privacy’ och det privata i tidigmoderna städer: Fallstudien Altona 1750-1800'Presentation, "Tidigmoderna Seminariet", Stockholm University, 9 December

  • 'Receiving and controlling strangers in private houses in mid eighteenth-century Altona’, Presentation, Conference: Baltic Hospitality: Receiving Strangers/Providing Security on the Baltic Sea Coasts, c. 1000–1900, Södertörn University, 1 December

  • 'Freedom of Conscience: A brief history of Sweden', Presentation, The Symposium "Privacy and Freedom of Thought", Centre for Privacy Studies, University of Copenhagen, 12 November

  • with Anni Haahr Henriksen and Frank Ejby Poulsen: 'Privacy and Freedom of Thought', Symposium at the Centre for Privacy Studies, University of Copenhagen, 12-13 November

  • with Lars Cyril Nørgaard and Jesper Jakobsen: 'Sabbath Crimes in the Enlightenment city: Religious and commercial (dis)order in eighteenth-century Altona'. Paper presentation, Conference: "Enlightenment confessionalised: The Nordic countries in the long eighteenth century", Ystad Saltsjöbad, 13 October

  • 'Enlightenment confessionalised: The Nordic countries in the long eighteenth century', Conference co-organized with Erik Sidenvall , Ystad Saltsjöbad, 12-14 October

  • with Natacha Klein Käfer: 'Privacy in early modern Europe. Rethinking research in the Humanities', History students' association KLIO, Lund University, 27 February

Sari Nauman

  • ‘Baltic Hospitality: Receiving Strangers/Providing Security on the Baltic Sea Coasts, c. 1000–1900’, Conference co-organized at Södertörn University, 1 December

  • ‘Finnish Refugees as Temporary Guests’, Paper presentation, Conference: "Baltic Hospitality: Receiving Strangers/Providing Security on the Baltic Sea Coasts, c. 1000–1900", Södertörn University, 1 December

  • ‘Hidden Rebellions’, Seminar Centre for Privacy Studies, University of Copenhagen, 27 May

  • 'Securitization in space and time', Interdisciplinary conference: “Freedom and border-making in the early modern world”, the Bonn Centre for Dependency and Slavery Studies, University of Bonn, 27 February

Dustin Michael Neighbors

  • 'The Centre for Privacy Studies: Panel and Introductions', BSECS 49th Annual Conference “Natural, Unnatural and Supernatural”, University of Oxford, 10 January

Lars Cyril Nørgaard

  • with Jesper Jacobsen: 'Changing Reasons of Censorship? The Faculty of Theology of Copenhagen University (1740-1770)', Paper presentation, Conference: "Enlightenment confessionalised: The Nordic countries in the long eighteenth century", Ystad Saltsjöbad, 13 October

Natália da Silva Perez

  • with Natacha Klein Käfer: 'Murder, dissection, & prints: Posthumous privacy in eighteenth-century Glasgow', BSECS 49th Annual Conference “Natural, Unnatural and Supernatural”, University of Oxford, 10 January

Frank Ejby Poulsen

  • with Anni Haahr Henriksen and Johannes Ljungberg: 'Privacy and Freedom of Thought', Symposium at the Centre for Privacy Studies, University of Copenhagen, 12-13 November
  • 'Private, Public, Common to All: Private Interest & Common Good in Hutcheson’s Natural Jurisprudence',  BSECS 49th Annual Conference “Natural, Unnatural and Supernatural”, University of Oxford, 10 January

Oskar J. Rojewski

  • 'Spreading of Court Culture from the Burgundian Court to the Kingdom of Castille: Sovereign’s Privacy and their relationship with Court Artists', Privacy at Court? A Reassessment of the Public/Private Divide within European Courts (1400-1800), University of Copenhagen: Centre for Privacy Studies, Society for Court Studies, 10-12 December

  • Victoria Bosch Moreno, Oskar J. Rojewski: 'La 'Virgen de la Cuchillada' en el Monasterio de las Descalzas Reales de Madrid', IV Congreso virtual "Historia del Arte en los tiempos de la crísis", Complutense University of Madrid, 20 April

  • 'Instituciones cortesanas del siglo XV y su impacto en la obra de los artistas de la corte: el caso de los Valois-Borgoña', Internacional conference: "Artists as collecrors: models and variants. From the Modern Age to the 19th Century", Fundación Universitaria Española, Instituto Moll, The National Gallery in London, 23-24 January

Bastian Felter Vaucanson 

  • with Lars Cyril Nørgaard, 'The Petit troupeau: A Secret Network at the Court of Versailles?', Conference paper, Conference: “Privacy at Court?”, Centre for Privacy Studies, University of Copenhagen, 10 December.