Category Archives: privacy

Summer course lectures on the history of the right to privacy

Back in June 2020, I made this recorded lecture for the International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU) summer school organised at the Centre for Privacy Studies, University of Copenhagen. I present a long history of human rights in the history … Continue reading

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ISIH Conference Venice

Together with my colleague Sanne Maekelberg from the Centre for Privacy Studies, we will present our research on the Devonshire library curated by Thomas Hobbes. It is the story of an architectural room and the increasing social nature of books. … Continue reading

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Invited Lecture on the First Book on Cosmopolitanism

On 29 May 2022, I was invited to give a lecture on my article in Early Modern French Studies, ‘Transcending the Public and the Private: The Cosmopolitanism of Freemason Joseph Honoré Rémy’. I am very thankful to the organisers at … Continue reading

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Privacy and moral philosophy

What’s privacy got to do with moral philosophy? I’m glad you asked. An answer is in my new post on the Centre for Privacy Studies blog.

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New blog post on privacy (in French)

New post on privacy in French Nouveau billet sur Traduire privacy: vie privée ou sphère privée ?

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Centre for Privacy Studies

Check Centre for Privacy Studies new blog about its research on privacy 1500-1800. Centre for Privacy Studies is a centre of excellence funded by the Danish National Research Foundation at the University of Copenhagen.

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