About the Centre for Privacy Studies
The Danish National Research Foundation Centre for Privacy Studies (PRIVACY) was established in September 2017 through a generous grant of 50 million DKK (approx. 6.7 million Euro) from the Danish National Research Foundation (DNRF).
The PRIVACY research team examines how notions of privacy and the private shape relations between individuals and society across diverse historical contexts. We are particularly interested in indications of privacy as a quality and threat: in the emergence and development of the idea that too little privacy threatens the individual while too much may ruin society.
PRIVACY focuses on the period 1500–1800 that sees critical changes in individuals’ relationship to society. It brings together the fields of Church History, History of Architecture, History of Ideas, Legal History and Social History.
Register for the conference
To register free of charge for the inaugural conference of the Privacy Studies Journal, please click the button below and fill in your details (the buttom will take you to a new page). Closer to the date of the conference, you will receive a link via email to join the video conference call.
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