Events | Lecture | 28 February 2013

Thursday Lecture - "The Beginnings of the 'End of Privacy' in the Modern U.S."

Sarah Igo (Vanderbilt University, History) | Video >>

Sarah E. Igo, Associate Professor of History, Associate Professor of Political Science, and 
Associate Professor of Sociology at Vanderbilt University, will be speaking on "The Beginnings of the 'End of Privacy' in the Modern U.S." at Watson Manor, 3 University Circle, on Thursday, February 28, 2013, at 3:30 p.m. Professor Igo is currently at work on a cultural history of modern privacy, examined through legal debates, artistic and architectural movements, technological innovations, professional codes, and shifting social norms. This event is free and open to the public.

Thursday Lecture - "The Beginnings of the 'End of Privacy' in the Modern U.S." from IASCulture on Vimeo.

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