Presentations

2022

Frank Ejby Poulsen

  • Transcending the Public and the Private: The Cosmopolitanism of FreeMason Joseph Honoré Rémy', Open Lectures on Freemasonry, Online, 29 May

Christine Jeanneret

  • 'Made in Italy, Tailored for the North: Giuseppe Sarti and Italian Opera in Eighteenth-Century Copenhagen', Musical and Theatrical Migration: Performance Practice in 17th and 18th-Century Europe, Queluz National Palace, Lisbon,7-10 July 
  • 'The Body’s Eloquence: Female Opera Singers and Acting on the Eighteenth-Century Venetian Stage, Sources and Methodological Questions', Women, Opera and the Public Stage in Eighteenth-Century Venice: Concepts, Sources and Methodologies, Fondazione Levi, Venice, 23-24 May

Mette Birkedal Bruun

  • 'Interdisciplinary Collaboration and its invisible Benefits' Building Collaboration, Networks and Trust Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies (AIAS), University of Aarhus, 8-9 March

Sanne Maekelberg

  • ‘A Monarch in Motion: On the Use of GIS for Research into Early Modern Privacy’ Digital Humanities Approaches to Early Modern Privacy at the RSA Annual Conference, Dublin, 2 April

Søren Frank Jensen

  • 'Models of Devotion in Nikolaus Selnecker’s Interpretations of the Psalms’, Staging the Self, Workshop, University of Southern Denmark,  27 April

Paolo Astorri

  • 'Quo vadimus? Current and Future Research on Early Modern Spanish Scholastic Thought', Roundtable at the RSA Annual Conference, Dublin, 30 March - 2 April

  • 'Business Regulation in Sixteenth-Century Spain and Germany: Catholic and Lutheran Teachings on the Five Percent Contract', Law, Theology, and the Moral Regulation of ‘Economy’ in the Early Modern Atlantic World, The Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois, 25 March

  • 'The Public Authority according to Oldendorp, Vigelius and Treutler', Humanismus, Jurisprudenz und Konfessionalisierung in Hessen, ca. 1500–1560, Marburg, 11-12 March 

Sari Nauman

  • With Wojtek Jezierski and Christina Reimann, ‘Baltic Hospitality from the Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century: Receiving Strangers in Northeastern Europe’, the Historical Seminar Series, University of Gothenburg, 22 February

Nuno Grancho

  •  'Writing Social Architectural and Urban Histories through Privacy', Network for History and Cultural Studies, Royal Danish Academy, Architecture, Design and Conservation, Institute of Architecture and Design, Copenhagen, 12 January

2021

Mette Birkedal Bruun

  • With Natacha Klein Käfer and Søren Frank Jensen, ‘Privacy and Lived Religion in the Early Modern Period’ Lived Religion, LERMA, Aix-Marseille University and The Queen Mary Centre For Religion and Literature in English (online), 15 October
  • ‘Privat Bøn – Offentlig Gudstjeneste: Et Kirkehistorisk Perspektiv på Grænser, Tærskler og Sammenhænge’ Selskab for Kirkerets Årsmøde, 28 September

  • ‘Welcome’ Privacy and the Eastern European Courts 1500-1800, Centre for Privacy Studies, 24 September

  • ‘Privacy and the Private as Analytical Categories in Early Modern Studies’ Keynote: Conference Privacy Studies in Global Perspective: Approaches and History, The Federal University of Santa Maria, Brazil / Centre for Privacy Studies (online), 23 September

  • ‘Approaching the “Private Life” of Early Modern France’ Keynote: Public and Private / Public et privé: 43rd Annual Conference of the Society for Early Modern French Studies, King’s College London (online), 9 September

  • ‘The Neighbour between Public and Private Domains’ Neighbor-Love: Poetics of Love and Agape, Conference at The Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities, 3 September

  • With Johannes Ljungberg: ‘Between Solitude and Community: Insights from Struggles for Privacy in Early Modern Europe’ Alone Together: Alienation and Reconciliation, Workshop, Freie Universität Berlin (online), 30 June

  • ‘Opening: Early Modern Notions of Privacy and the Private’ Early Modern Notions of Privacy and the Private, Centre for Privacy Studies (online), 2 June

  • ‘Comprehending Privacy: Approaches and Perspectives’, Privacy Studies Journal Inaugural Conference (online), 26 April

  • ‘Enter into thy chamber: Private Prayer in the Reign of Elizabeth I’ Spaces of Privacy I: Zones of Privacy in Early Modern Religious Culture, The 67th Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America (online), 21 April

  • 'Devotional privacy in Elizabethan England', European Social Science History Conference, International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam (online), 25 March

  • 'Studio conversation with Marijn Bril', The 14th International Computer, Privacy & Data Protection Conference (CPDP), Brussels (online), 29 January

  • ‘Collectivize Facebook - A Pre-Trial: Transforming Facebook and other trillion-dollar companies into new transnational cooperatives under user control organized’ Panel debate organized by artist Jonas Staal, The 14th International Computer, Privacy & Data Protection Conference (CPDP), Brussels (online), 28 January

Martin Almbjär

  • With Francisco Cebreiro Ares: 'The Art of the Exequatur: Swedish consular appointments and the Junta de Dependencias y Negocios de Extranjeros', Workshop on Swedish-Spanish relations in history (online), 10-11 May

Paolo Astorri

  • The use of the “ius commune” in Lutheran theologians’ doctrine of contract law  INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF IUS COMMUNE, 40th Course: Ius commune and Western Society, Erice/online, 13-15 December

  • with Lars Cyril Nørgaard, The Lutheran Household as a Private Jurisdiction, Nordic Variations of Protestant Governance. A series of NOS-HS workshops: Uppsala – Aarhus – Oslo. HOUSEHOLD. Workshop in Aarhus / online, 2 December 

  • 'Common Good and Private Rights in the first German Treatises on Public Law' for the panel “Republicanism, Rights, and the Law”, The Venice World Multidisciplinary Conference on Republics and Republicanism, Venice International University, 13 June
  • Parental Authority, Privacy, and the Reformation of Marriage, Reformation and Everyday Life, Aarhus/online, 1 June 

  • Parental Authority, Privacy, and the Reformation of Marriage, REFORC Annual Conference, Budapest/online, 6 May 

  • 'Privacy Regulation: Between Law and Moral Theology', Spaces of Privacy II: Theorizing, Legislating, and Inhabiting the Private Sphere in 17th-Century Helmstedt, The 67th Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America (online), 21 April 

Michaël Green

  • 'Privacy in the Early Modern Amsterdam: The Personal Written Perspective', The 67th Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America (online), 21 April 

  • 'Notions of Home in Amsterdam’s Egodocuments' (in Russian). Conference: Semionov’s Readings on the Notion of Home, Pedagogical University of Moscow, Russia, 27 March
  • Invited paper: 'Home, Private Life and Privacy in Egodocuments from Amsterdam' (in Russian),"Semyonovskie chtenia" 12th annual conference, Moscow State Pedagogical University, 20 March

  • 'Writing the Grand Tour 1701-1703: Privacy in Early Modern Travel Correspondence' Lecture, Juraj Dorbila University, Pula, Croatia (online), 17 March

  • 'Holocaust Remembrance Day Annual Talk', Juraj Dobrila University of Pula, Croatia, 27 January

Jesper Jakobsen

  • Regulating urban noise. Notions of disruptive sound and privacy in early modern Altona, c. 1750-1800. Paper presentation at Sound, Privacy and Court Studies. An Interdisciplinary Workshop, Centre for Privacy Studies and Rosenborg Castle. 25 June
  • 'Fra dogmatik til markedspragmatik: Censurpraksis i 1700-tallets Danmark indtil trykkefrihedperioden 1770-73', Presentation at ”Kyrkohistoriaseminariet" (Church History Seminar), University of Lund /Department of Church History, 10 June

  • with Natacha Klein Käfer & Johannes Ljungberg: 'Bodies, brothels, and borders: Private matters in eighteenth-century Altona', Högre seminariet” (The Higher Seminar), Lund University, Department of History, 11 May

Christine Jeanneret

  • “Animal Soundscapes and Early Modern Privacy at the Danish Court”, Animal / Privacy, Centre for Privacy Studies, University of Copenhagen and Kent Animal Humanities Network, University of Kent (online), 8-9 November

  • “At lytte til fortiden: lyduniverser fra Rosenborg Slot”Lyden af hovestaden, Copenhagen Museum, 14 September

  • Sound, Privacy and Court Studies, interdisciplinary workshop, Rosenborg Castle and Centre for Privacy Studies, University of Copenhagen. Speaker with Peter Kristiansen (The Royal Danish Collection): “Visit of Rosenborg Castle with a Focus on its Soundscapes”, 24-25 June

Søren Frank Jensen

  • ’Nikolaus Selnecker’s Interpretations of the Psalms’ Stipendiaten-Kolloquium, Herzog August Bibliothek (online), 13 December

  • With Mette Birkedal Bruun and Natacha Klein Käfer, ‘Privacy and Lived Religion in the Early Modern Period’ Lived Religion, LERMA, Aix-Marseille University and The Queen Mary Centre For Religion and Literature in English (online), 15 October

  • 'David for Kings and Commoners? Court Preacher Nikolaus Selnecker's (1530-92) Interpretation of the Psalter’ Reformation and everyday life, Aarhus University (online), 1 June

Natacha Klein Käfer

Natalie Körner

  • 'The Professors' Houses of Helmstedt: Gendering Privacy', Spaces of Privacy II: Theorizing, Legislating, and Inhabiting the, 
    Private Sphere in 17th-Century Helmstedt, The 67th Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America (online), 21 April 

Johannes Ljungberg

  • with Natacha Klein Käfer: Organization and opening remarks at the interdisciplinary workshop 'Talking in private. Tracing everyday conversations in early modern Europe',Centre for Privacy Studies, University of Copenhagen. 7-8 October

  • 'The Eighteenth-Century Frankenstein: Johann Conrad Dippel's scandalous journey through Northern Europe', The Eighteenth-Century week in Skara, Sweden, 14 August

  • with Mette Birkedal Bruun: ‘Between Solitude and Community: Insights from Struggles for Privacy in Early Modern Europe’ Alone Together: Alienation and Reconciliation, Workshop, Freie Universität Berlin (online), 30 June

  • with Natacha Klein Käfer and Jesper Jakobsen: 'Bodies, brothels, and borders: Private matters in eighteenth-century Altona', Högre seminariet” (The Higher Seminar), Lund University, Department of History, 11 May

  • 'Protecting Privacy in Practice? Investigating Spatial and Social Thresholds in Late 17 -Century Helmstedt', Spaces of Privacy II: Theorizing, Legislating, and Inhabiting the Private Sphere in 17th-Century Helmstedt, The 67th Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America (online), 21 April 

  • 'Private matters in early modern cities: presentations of an interdisciplinary research program at the University of Copenhagen and examples from eighteenth-century Altona, The Higher Seminar, Department of History, University of Gothenburg, 16 March

Sanne Maekelberg

  • 'Early Modern Living Comfort. Charles of Croÿ (1560-1612) and the Description of his Residence in Heverlee', European Architectural History Network Conference, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 5 June

Lars Cyril Nørgaard

  • with Paolo Astorri: 'The Lutheran Household as a Private Jurisdiction', Nordic Variations of Protestant Governance. A series of NOS-HS workshops: Uppsala – Aarhus – Oslo. HOUSEHOLD. Workshop in Aarhus / online, 2 December

Sari Nauman

  • With Wojtek Jezierski, Christina Reimann, and Leif Runefelt: ‘Baltic Hospitality from the Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century’, Centre for Global Migration, University of Gothenburg, 28 October

  • ’Opening remarks’ and ‘Concluding remarks’, Teori i praktiken [Theory in Practice], Workshop, Lund, 16-17 September

  • 'Becoming Foreign: Refugees and Strangers in Sweden, 1700-1721', Refugee Politics in Early Modern Europe, University of Amsterdam, 18 June

  • 'Trust and (in?) Diplomacy', the Hans Blix Centre for the History of International Relations, Stockholm University, 2 June

  • 'Finska flyktingar i Sverige under stora nordiska kriget [Finnish Refugees in Sweden during the Great Northern War]', The Historical Department, Lund University, 9 February

Natália da Silva Perez

  • 'Women as Masters and Servants in the Sephardic Jewish Community of Secenteenth Century Amsterdam', University of Lódz, 1 December 

  • 'Sexual and Reproductive Surveillance in the Early Modern Period: The Case of France under Louis XIV', Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, 25 November

  • 'Traces of Intimacy between Blacks and White in Early Modern Amsterdam: The Case of Juliana from Recife', 15th International Symposium on the History and Culture of the Jews i nthe Netherlands: The Imperial Turn in Dutch Jewish History, 4 October 

  • 'Regulating Life in Private and in Public for the Portuguese Nation', Atlantic Jewish Worlds 1500-1900, April 

  • 'Sexual Privacy and Unwanted Pregnancies in the Early Modern Period', RSA Virtual, 22 April

  • 'Sexual Privacy, Self-Surveillance, and the 'Introduction à la vie dévote' by Francois de Sales', European Social Science History Confernce (ESSHC), 25 March

  • 'Private Property and Personal Privacy: A Case Study from the Amsterdam Beguinage', Perceptopns of Privacy in the Early Modern Netherlands, University of Copenhagen, Denmark and Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands, Amsterdam, 31 January

Frank Ejby Poulsen

  • 'Utopian Cosmopolitanism as Transcending the Private and Public Realms: Fénelon’s Télémaque and the Freemasons', Conference: Utopian Possibilities: Knowledge, Happiness and Wellbeing, online, 10-12 December

  • Invited chair for the panel “Republicanism, Rights, and the Law”, The Venice World Multidisciplinary Conference on Republics and Republicanism, Venice International University, 13 June
  • 'The Place of the Private and the Public in Hermann Conring's Political Thought', Spaces of Privacy II: Theorizing, Legislating, and Inhabiting the Private Sphere in 17th-Century Helmstedt, The 67th Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America (online), 21 April 

Oskar J. Rojewski

  • 'Festive tradition and presentation of the royal private collection during public events at the court of Sigismund I ´the Old´ (1507-1548) and Sigismund Augustus (1548-1572)', Research Workshop: Privacy and the Eastern European Courts, 1500-1800, University of Copenhagen, Centre for Privacy Studies, 24 September

  • 'Documenta Polonica ex Archivo Generali Hispaniae in Simancas: edición de fuentes documentales sobre relaciones diplomáticas y artísticas entre la Monarquía Española y la República de las Dos Naciones en la Época Moderna (siglos XVI-XVIII)', Universitas: Las artes ante el tiempo. XXIII Congreso Nacional de Historia del Arte, Universidad de Salamanca, 17-20 May

  • 'Iconografía e identificaciones de la retratada por Michel Sittow en la tabla del Museo de Historia del Arte de Viena', IV Jornadas Arte, Poder y Género, Universidad de Murcia, 29-30 April

  • Artisti del nord Europa nell’universo mediterraneo dell’ultimo quattrocento. I pittori stranieri della corte dei Re Cattolici”, Accademia Polacca (Stacja Polskiej Akademii Nauk w Rzymie), 20 April

Bastian Felter Vaucanson 

  • 'A Friendship Deconstructed: Fénelon, Guyon, and their Correspondance', Presentation, The PhD of the Day, Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen, 15 April