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CFP: "Privacy at Court?" (Deadline: 1 April 2020)

Centre for Privacy Studies

University of Copenhagen

10--11 December 2020


Organisers: Dr Dustin M. Neighbors and Assistant Professor Lars Cyril Nørgaard


“Privacy at Court?: A Reassessment of the Public/Private Divide

within Early Modern Court Studies (1400—1800)”


The Centre for Privacy Studies and The Society for Court Studies are excited to launch the CFP for the international symposium on “Privacy at Court?: A Reassessment of the Public/Private Divide within Early Modern Court Studies (1400—1800)”,to be held at the University of Copenhagen on 10—11 December 2020.


The symposium aims to reassess the public nature of the early modern European court and to reconsider the role of privacy within court culture and court studies. Interdisciplinarity is crucial to effectively addressing the symposium’s central theme, and therefore we invite scholars from all disciplines within the Humanities to submit proposals that examine any topic related to the public/private-divide within European court culture (1400- 1800). The deadline for proposals is 1 April 2020.


Furthermore, the symposium features two distinguished keynote speakers: Professor Barbara Stollberg-Rilinger from the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin/Institute for Advanced Study (https://www.wiko-berlin.de/en/institute/leadership/) and Dr Dries Raeymaekers from Radboud University (https://www.ru.nl/english/people/raeymaekers-d/). The symposium organisers will select papers presented at the symposium to be submitted for possible publication.


Selected participants will receive a symposium subsidy; details will be provided after the CFP closes.


For the full and detailed call or to download the CFP, click on the PDF icon below or follow the link.







https://teol.ku.dk/privacy/events/events-2020/privacy-at-court-a-reassessment-of-the-publicprivate-divide-within-european-courts-1400-1800/