Symposium: 'Rethinking Privacy after this Pandemic'

At this conference we will undertake an interdisciplinary reconsideration of privacy, asking how we do want our society to look like based on what we saw, experienced and hopefully learned from the current present and recent past. The concerned disciplines range from different cultural and language studies, law, media studies, philosophy, political theory, psychology, sociology and surveillance studies to computer science and beyond. Contributions from bioethics, health sciences, medicine, etc. or the humanitarian sector are also welcome. The idea is to suggest a Manifesto for the Future of Privacy that can be signed by the participants. The symposium is part of a project funded by a special grant program for research into societal/social, legal and cultural impacts around the Covid-19 pandemic and related liberal arts research of the transdisciplinary research area ’Individuals, Institutions and Societies’ as part of the Excellence Strategy of the federal and state governments.
Thursday, 15.09.2022 14:00 - Friday, 16.09.2022 - 14:00
Event type
Covid Call - Interdisciplinary symposium
Target groups


The conference will take place at Bonn University. Online participation will be made possible.
International Center for Philosophy NRW (IZPH); Conference Room, Poppelsdorfer Allee 28, 53115 Bonn
TRA 4 - Individuals, Institutions and Societies; Dr. Julia Maria Mönig, Center for Science and Thought, University of Bonn
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