New blog post about the filtering of privacy in and out of homes
We have published a new blog post on our research blog about the filtering of privacy in and out of homes and cities. The blog post is written by anthropologist and associate professor at The Royal Danish Academy – Architecture, Design, Conservation, Kirsten Marie Raahauge. Kirsten Marie is a member of the STAY HOME perspective panel. Based on fieldwork in Danish well-off neighbourhoods in the early 2000s, Kirsten Marie discusses thresholds and filters of privacy from a spatial anthropological perspective.