Inaugural Conference

26 to 28 April 2021

The Privacy Studies Journal is an interdisciplinary, open access, peer-reviewed journal published by the Danish National Research Foundation Centre for Privacy Studies, University of Copenhagen.

At its inaugural conference, we will have a series of presentations by eminent specialists on privacy from different fields and strands of research. It is our ambition that the atmosphere of the workshop is one of generosity, experimentation, and mutual inspiration, even though we are not in the same room.


Program

Monday 26 April

PRIVACY – A MULTIDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVE

16:00-16:20 (CEST/UTC+2) Mette Birkedal Bruun, Professor of Church History, University of Copenhagen, Editor in Chief Privacy Studies Journal

16:20-16:40 (CEST/UTC+2) David Vincent, Professor Emeritus of History - The many deaths of privacy: the long-run history

16:40-17:00 (CEST/UTC+2) Discussion

Monday 26 April

PRIVACY IN RESEARCH, PRACTICE AND POLICY

17:10-17:30 (CEST/UTC+2) Dr Wojciech Wiewiórowski, Professor, European Data Protection Supervisor

17:30-17:50 (CEST/UTC+2) Joe Cannataci, UN Special rapporteur on the right to privacy, Chair of European Information Policy & Technology Law, University of Groningen

17:50-18:10 (CEST/UTC+2) Discussion

Tuesday 27 April

PRIVACY IN SOCIETY

15:00-15:20 (CEST/UTC+2) Amy Russell, Classics and Ancient History, Brown University - Looking for beginnings: what have the Romans ever done for us?

15:20-15:40 (CEST/UTC+2) Nele De Raedt, Assistant Professor of History, Theory and Criticism of Architecture, Université Catholique de Louvain - The Border and the Surface: Privacy and Architecture in the Italian Renaissance

15:40-16:00 (CEST/UTC+2) Discussion

16:15-16:35 (CEST/UTC+2) Béla Kapossy, Professor of Modern History, Collège des Humanités, University of Lausanne

16:35-16:55 (CEST/UTC+2) Frank Pasquale, Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School

16:55-17:15 (CEST/UTC+2) Discussion

Tuesday 27 April

PRIVACY IN THE HOME

17:30-17:50 (CEST/UTC+2) Kristina Milnor, Professor of Classics, Barnard College, Columbia University

17:50-18:10 (CEST/UTC+2) Anita Allen, Henry R. Silverman Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania - The Myth of Privacy at Home

18:10-18:30 (CEST/UTC+2) Momoyo Kaijima, Professor of Architectural Behaviorology, ETH Zürich and Atelier Bow-wow, Tokyo

18:30-19:00 (CEST/UTC+2) Discussion

Wednesday 28 April

PRIVACY AND THE INDIVIDUAL

15:30-15:50 (CEST/UTC+2) Lena Cowen Orlin, Professor of English, Georgetown University

15:50-16:10 (CEST/UTC+2) Simone Fischer-Hübner, Professor of Computer Science, Karlstad University

16:10-16:30 (CEST/UTC+2) Discussion

16:45-17:05 (CEST/UTC+2) Valerie Steeves, Professor, Department of Criminology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ottawa - The Selfless Selfie: Teens, Privacy and Publicity on Social Media

17:05-17:25 (CEST/UTC+2) Sonia Livingstone, Professor of Social Psychology, London School of Economics and Political Science - Privacy from whom? The clashing logics of child development and the data ecology

17:25-17:45 (CEST/UTC+2) Paul De Hert, Professor, Head of Department, Interdisciplinary Legal Studies, Vrije Universiteit Brussels - The Legal anthropology of data protection

17:45-18:15 (CEST/UTC+2) Discussion

18:30-19:00 (CEST/UTC+2) WRAPPING UP