2020

Jesper Jacobsen

  • '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

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

  • '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

2019


Mette Birkedal Bruun

  • “Locating the Cubiculum: Early Christian musings on the Place of Prayer” Locating the Private in the Roman and Early Christian Worlds, seminar at PRIVACY, 13 December

  • "Over tærsklen: En historisk undersøgelse af begrebet om det private’" The Danish Royal Academy of Sciences and Letters, 5 December.

  • “The vie privée of le grand Condée: A Theme and its Modulations” Early Modern French Seminar, Peterhouse College, University of Cambridge, 15 November.
  • “Det private i Kirkehistorien” Teologisk Forening, University of Aarhus, 12 November.

  • ‘Inciting conspicuous Charity: Private charity as a public act at the intersection of theology and etiquette’, Conspicuous Privacy: Charity in Versailles under Louis XIV, seminar at Versailles arranged in collaboration between the Centre de recherche du château de Versailles and PRIVACY, 14 October 

  • ‘The Development of the Private Sphere 1500-1800’, seminar arranged by Centre for the Study of Developing Societies and the Department of History, Delhi University, 17 September
  • ‘The Centre for Privacy Studies: Methodologies, Research Areas, Works in Progress’, Exploring Privacy Studies, seminar arranged in collaboration with the Centre for Early Modern Studies, University of Exeter, 17 June.

  • 'Jacques-Bénigne Winsløw (Winslow): A Dane in Paris', Cosmopolitanism, Cultural Exchange, Performing Arts, and Transnational History between France and Denmark (1660-1800), Frederiksborg Castle, 4 June.

  • 'Studier i tidlig moderne begreber om det private', Filologisk-Historisk Samfund, 15 May.

  • 'Welcome',  Early Modern Privacy in ScandinaviaCentre for Privacy Studies Seminar, UCPH, 13 May.

  • 'Epistolary Solitude: Engaging and Renouncing the grand siècle by means of letters',  Privacy in Early Modern Correspondences, Centre for Privacy Studies Seminar, UCPH, 6-7 May.

  • 'Welcome address', Early Modern Privacy: Notions, spaces and implications, Royal Academy of Sciences and Letters, 9 April.

Helle Vogt

  • 'Publicity, settlements and disorder – the function of the public assembly (thing) in Denmark c. 1100-1600', University of Paderborn, 5 June.

  • 'The Regulated Life: Law and Privacy in Medieval Denmark', International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 4 July.

Peter Thule Kristensen

  • 'Architectural features of hidden religious temples in Amsterdam', Zones of Privacy in the Early Modern Netherlands, Centre for Privacy Studies Seminar, UCPH, 22 March.

Bastian Vaucanson

  • 'Centre for Privacy Studies and François Fénelon', Borchs Kollegium, 17 June.

  • "Le fruit défendu” : l’amitié particulière et le secret chez Fénelon", L'Amour et l'amitié au Grand Siècle. Love and Friendship in the Grand Siècle, the University of Ghent, 8 May.

  • Bastian Nolsøe Vaucanson and Fabio Gigone: 'Spaces of Secrecy at the Sun King’s Court', Society for French Studies' Annual Conference, 4-6 April.

Michaël Green

  • “Аспекты Приватности в Корреспонденции Гранд Тура 1701-1703” (Aspects of Privacy in Grand Tour Correspondence 1701-1703), Kurbatovskie chtenia, St Petersburg University, 11-13 November.

  • 'Home, household and Privacy in Early Modern Egodocuments from Amsterdam', Writing Home: Literatures of Place & Belonging, c.1300-1600, University of Liverpool, 25-26 July.

  • 'Memoirs, Autobiographies and Almanachs: Amsterdam Egodocuments from a Privacy Perspective', the Durham Early Modern Studies Conference 2019, University of Durham, 22-24 July.

  • 'The Grand Tour, Letters Home and Privacy', SEMINAR FÜR MITTLERE UND NEUERE GESCHICHTE, Georg-August University of Göttingen, 16 July. 

  • 'Welcome: what is private about corresponding?',Privacy in Early Modern Correspondences, Centre for Privacy Studies Seminar, UCPH, 6-7 May.

  • 'Private aspects of Anglo-Dutch-French travel writings', Privacy in Early Modern Correspondences, Centre for Privacy Studies Seminar, UCPH, 6-7 May.

  • 'The education of the Grand Dauphin - Public education, private dealings',  Society for French Studies' Annual Conference, 4-6 April.

  • 'Amsterdamers’ Egodocuments', Zones of Privacy in the Early Modern Netherlands, Centre for Privacy Studies Seminar, UCPH, 22 March.

Fredrik Torisson

  • Research Seminar at the Istituto Svedese di Studi Classici a Roma, Rome, April 2019.

  • ‘En privat introduktion till arkitekturteori’, invited lecturer at Malmö University, Malmö, January 2019.

  • ’Thinking is Making’, invited lecturer at Malmö University, Malmö, January 2019.

  • ‘Architetures of Exchange’ Research Presentation, Network for History and Culture, KADK, March 2019.

  • ‘The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters Building’ presentation at KADK, February 2019.

Natália da Silva Perez

  • 'Invasion of Privacy: the unauthorized Publication of Mme de Villedieu’s letters´,Privacy in Early Modern Correspondences, Centre for Privacy Studies Seminar, UCPH, 6-7 May.

  • 'Hierarchies of Privacy: Sexual surveillance during the reign of Louis XIV', Society for French Studies' Annual Conference, 4-6 April.

  • 'Socio-behavioral dynamics of privacy in hidden religious temples in Amsterdam', Zones of Privacy in the Early Modern Netherlands, Centre for Privacy Studies Seminar, UCPH, 22 March.

Anna Becker

  • 'Politics that matters: Bodies and the material in the history of early modern political thought', Stockhom Philosophy Colloquium, 9 May. 

  • 'Gendering the political body', keynote speak at the Body and Politics Conference, Cambridge University, 18 March.

Pernille Ulla Knudsen

  • 'Den sidste offentlige henrettelse', Christianshavns Bogfestival, 27 April.

Rikke Lyngsø Christensen

  • 'Renaissance drawings and treatises', KADK, 27 March.

Anni Haahr Henriksen

  • 'Disarm contentious minds: The Private Mind in the Elizabethan Body of Political Thought', the Body and Politics Conference, Cambridge University, 18 March

  • ‘Corpus Linguistics as a Tool in Basic Research within Privacy Studies’, Conference on Exploring Privacy Studies, University of Exeter, UK. 17 June.

  • Representations of Gendered Privacy in Literature: From the inward private space of the mind in Shakespeare’s The Rape of Lucrece to Virginia Woolf’s demand for A Room of One's Own’. Lecture at PRIVACY IARU Summer School, UCPH, 21 August.

Lars Cyril Nørgaard

  • 'Publishing the Private: La Beaumelle and his reconstruction of Mme de Maintenon', Privacy in Early Modern Correspondences, Centre for Privacy Studies Seminar, UCPH, 6-7 May.
  • Copy or Creation: Les Petits Livres Secrets. Madame de Maintenon (1719-2019), Colloque International organisé par le Centre de recherche du château de Versailles en collaboration avec l’université de Nantes (AMO) et La Société Internationale pour l’Étude des Femmes de l’Ancien Régime (SIEFAR) (21-23 March 2019).

  • Resurrecting the Ancien Régime: La Beaumelle’s edition of Paul Godet des Marais’ letters of spiritual direction (1756). Privacy in Early Modern Correspondences, International Workshop, organized by L.C. Nørgaard, M. Green, B.J.N. Vaucanson, UCPH (6-7 May).
  •  The King’s Portrait in the Danish Royal Kunstkammer. Cosmopolitanism, Cultural Exchange, Performing Arts, and Transnational History between France and Denmark (1660-1800), organized by C. Jeanneret in collaboration between the Centre de Recherche du château de Versailles and the Museum of National History, Frederiksborg Castle (3-4 June)

  • Françoise d’Aubigné (1635-1719): the Queen without a Crown. Panel organized by L.C. Nørgaard at Early Modern Studies Conference 2019, Durham University (22-24 July)

  • Charity in Paul Godet des Marais’ Letters of Spiritual Direction, Conspicuous Privacy: Charity in Versailles, Château de Versailles (14 October.)Four Lectures as Directeur d’études invités, EPHE, (promoted by prof. Jean-Louis Quentin), 17 rue de la Sorbonne 75005 Paris, Salle : D052 Histoires.

    Les Petits Livres Secrets : copie ou création ? (8 November)Déplacer l’autorité du directeur ou affirmer cette authorité ? (15 November)
    Rendre Compte du spirituel : solitude et charité à la cour (22 November)
    Publier ce qui est privé. La première publication des lettres spirituelles par Laurent Angliviel de La Beaumelle (1726-1773) (29 November).

  •  Antoine Godeau & Les Tableaux de la Pénitence (1654). Ekphrastic image-making in early modern French devotional manuals, Ekphrastic Image-making in Early Modern Europe and the Americas Lovis Corinth Colloquium X, Emory University, Atlanta (6-7 December).

Affiliated Scholars

Michéle Seehafer

  • 'Guided Historical City Walk',  Zones of Privacy in the Early Modern Netherlands, Centre for Privacy Studies Seminar, UCPH, 21-22 March.

2018

Anna Becker

  • “Gender in the State of Nature”, Education, Rhetoric and Political Thought in the Renaissance, University of Helsinki, 13-14 September.

Jill Bepler

  • "Rethinking Europe. War and Peace in the Early Modern German Lands", Frühe Neuzeit Interdisziplinär Conference, 8-10 March.

Mette Birkedal Bruun

  • "Recruitment seminars", The Danish National Research Foundation Annual Meeting, The Royal Danish Academy for Sciences and Letters, 9 November.

  • "Det private på tværs af tid og forskningspræsentationer", research exchange with the team of the project "Personalized Medicine in the Welfare State" (MeInWe) (Semper Ardens, Carlsberg), Department of Public Health, UCPH, 8 November.

  • with Charlotte Christensen-Nugues: "Privacy and History of Ideas" seminar, Högre seminariet i idé- och lärdomshistoria, The University of Lund, 7 November.

  • "What’s private about private reading?", Private Reading in Early Modern Devotion: Materiality, Space and Spirit seminar, Centre for Privacy Studies/Section for Church History, UCPH, 11-12 October.

  • "The Early Modern oraison privée: Space, Praxis and State of Mind", Rückzug: Produktivität des Solitären in Kunst, Religion und Geschlechtergeschichte, seminar Humboldt University/Centre Marc Bloch, 5 October.

  • “Privacy and Surveillance in Early Modern Europe”, The Eyes and Ears of Power: Surveillance, History and Privacy conference, UCPH, 13 September.

  • ”Private reading à la mode: The French books of Sibylla Ursula of Braunschweig-Lüneburg (1629–1671)”, Society for Early Modern French Studies conference, Peterhouse College, 3 September.

  • ”Privacy in Early Modern Europe and Beyond”, presentation in the cross-institutional Internet and Society Research Group, UCPH, 31 August.

  • "Early Modern Privacy”, response, Storia delle Arti dello Spettacolo nelle Arti Performative Della Roma Barocca, École Française de Rome, 7-8 June.

  • "Centre for Privacy Studies", Seminar in the research group Overvågning, informationsetik og privacy, Institute for Information studies, UCPH, 15 May.

  • with Lars Cyril Nørgaard: "Kirkehistoriske erfaringer: Mellem SOLITUDES og PRIVACY", The Faculty of Theology, UCPH, 3 April.

  • "Unfamiliar Familiar Spaces of Early Modern Devotion", KADK, 13 March.

  • Memory revisited” The Humanities in the World, seminar, The Carlsberg Foundation, 10 Januar.

Charlotte Christensen-Nugues

  • with Mette Birkedal Bruun: "Privacy and History of Ideas", seminar, Högre seminariet i idé- och lärdomshistoria, The University of Lund, 7 November.

Lars Cyril Nørgaard

  • A monument of the self: L’Esprit de l’Institut des Filles de University of Durham Saint-Louis (BM de Niort Ms. 4708 Res. P7F, f. 1-143), Private Reading in Early Modern Devotion: Materiality, Space and Spirit seminar, Centre for Privacy Studies/Section of Church History, 11-12 October.

  • ”Planmæssig anonymitet: Geert Hallbäck og Louis Marin” Mindeseminar for Geert Hallbäck: Om apokalyptik og Johannes' Åbenbaring, The Faculty of Theology, UCPH, 2 March.

  • with Mette Birkedal Bruun: "Kirkehistoriske erfaringer: Mellem SOLITUDES og PRIVACY", The Faculty of Theology, UCPH, 3 April.

Fabio Gigone

  • Invited lecturer at the Ordine degli Architetti della provincia di Udine (Association of the architects of Udine, Italy), 28 December.

  • "Architettura Analoga", personal exhibition and presentation at the Polytechnic of Milan, 22 November.

  • Invited lecturer at the Universitá degli studi di Trento, 19 November.

  • Invited lecturer at the DIS Study Abroad in Scandinavia, Copenhagen, 12 April and 15 November.
     
  • “Murmellemrum - In search of the hidden dimension", Presentation and public talk, California State University-Architecture Program, Firenze, 28 February.


Michaël Green

  • “Daily life and privacy in early modern Amsterdam”, Introductory seminar, Royal Academy of Architecture, 20 September.

  • “Exile, employment and networks: The case of the Huguenots”, Conference Borders and Crossings, 20th edition, Brijuni Islands and University of Pula, 13-17 September.

Anni Haahr Henriksen

  • "“Video & Taceo”: The Emergence of the Mind as an Inward Private Space in Political Discourse Emanating from 16th century Westminster", Research Seminar at University of Cornell, Information Science, 29 November.

  • "A Man's Look is the Gate to His Mind - The Spectacle of Disclosing Private Sin in Acts 2,2 and 3,2 of Shakespeare's Hamlet", The Bergen-Volda Shakespeare Network conference, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, 16 November.

  • "Eyes of Power in 16th Century Westminster: Legislating the Inward Private Space of the Mind", The Eyes and Ears of Power: Surveillance, History and Privacy conference, UCPH, 13-14 September. 

  • "A Taxonomy of Silence", Phenomenology of Listening (no. 4): Silence and Resonance Seminar Faculty of Theology University of Copenhagen, 17 August.

  • "To my Mynde: Exploring the Idea of the Mind as a Private Inward Space and Public Threat in Elizabethan Westminster", PhD-Day Faculty of Theology, UCPH, 6 June. 

Natália da Silva Perez

  • "Devotional aspects of Lady Jane Lumley's translations", Private Reading in Early Modern Devotion: Materiality, Space and Spirit seminar, Centre for Privacy Studies/Section for Church History, UCPH, 11-12 October.

  • "Sexual Surveillance in Versailles under Louis XIV (1682-1712)", The Eyes and Ears of Power: Surveillance, History and Privacy conference, UCPH, 13-14 September.

Peter Thule Kristensen

  • “Svenn Eske Kristensen. Rationalisering, kontinuitet og natursyn”, Lecture for KAB’s project department, 7 December.

  • ”Svenn Eske Kristensen og historieprojektet”, Lecture in Selskabet for Arkitekturhistorie, 21 November.

  • “Svenn Eske og historieprojektet”, Lecture for JJW Architects, 15 November.

  • ”Svenn Eske Kristensen. Mellem kontinuitet og innovation”, Lecture at Københavns Kommune’s Planlægningsenhed i Økonomiforvaltningen, 25 October.

  • “Private Rooms in Copenhagen: History of Privacy and housing in Copenhagen”, master program Spatial Design at KADK, 10 October.

  • “Boligens udvikling i Danmark” and ”Boligen og det private rum”, Two lectures for 140 bachelor students at KADK’s School of Architecture, 13 September.

  • ”Case Study: Copenhagen Interiors”, lecture for master students at Institute of Architecture and Design (KADK) in workshop about academic writing, 27 August.

  • “Museet som nærværsmaskine: Fra Thorvaldsens Museum til nutidens museumsarkitektur”, lecture at the seminar Kunst og Nærvær: Seminar om kunst, arkitektur og udstillingseksperimenter, organised by SDU and Faaborg Museum 16.8.2018 in Copenhagen, 16 August.

  • “Gottlieb Bindesbøll and the Thorvaldsens Museum as Gesamtkunstwerk”, Room Lecture at ArtEZ University of the Arts in Zwolle, Holland, 6 June.

  • “The Private and the Public”, Presentation at Room Jam at ArtEZ, University of the Arts in Zwolle, 5 June.

  • ”History without Historicism? Svenn Eske Kristensen and the Continuity Project”, Inaugural lecture at KADK, 11 March.

Fredrik Torisson

  • "Urban Creativity", Research presentation at the interdisciplinary Pufendorf Centre, Lund University. 20 December. 

  • Invited speaker at a debate on the new IPCC Report (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) in the debate series Glappet, hosted by Sveriges Arkitekter, 30 November.

  • "Interstices in Berlin", Invited lecturer at the architecture programme at Lund University, 1st & 2nd year students, 29 October.

  • "Urban Thinking", invited lecturer at the programme Advanced Architectural Design, Lund University, 2 October. 

  • "Notions of Public Space", Invited lecturer at the architecture programme at Lund University, 5 September. 

Pernille Ulla Knudsen and Helle Vogt

  • ”Den sidste offentlige henrettelse i København”, Person, Politi og Privat, Seminar at the Faculty of Law, UCPH, 26. October

  • "Down and out in early modern Europe: Recreating the origins of the surveillance state”, The Eyes and Ears of Power - Surveillance, History, and Privacy. International conference, UCPH, 13 September.

Bastian Vaucanson

  • "The Modus Loquendi of Fenelonian Spirituality (1694-99): Enlightenment or Archaism?", Enlightenment and Religion: Ideas and Practices in Local and Trans-European Perspective, conference, Centre for Modern European Studies, UCPH, 7 December.

  • "Private Love: Spirituality and Politics in François Fénelon", PhD-Day Faculty of Theology, UCPH, 14 November.

  • "Yielding Power with Grace: Private Reading and Princely Education in Versailles (1689-97)", Private Reading in Early Modern Devotion: Materiality, Space and Spirit seminar, Centre for Privacy Studies/Section for Church History, UCPH, 11-12 October.