PARTNERS

      Aalborg University

PARTNERS

 

PARTNERS

Aalborg University

PARTNERS

 
Aalborg University (AAU) has been providing students with academic excellence, cultural engagement and personal development since its inception in 1974. It offers education and research within the fields of natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, technical and health sciences. AAU currently consolidates and further develops its profile as a dynamic and innovative research and educational institution oriented towards the surrounding world. It is characterised by combining a keen engagement in local, regional, and national issues with an active commitment to international collaboration. Aalborg University serves as leader of WP4.
Aalborg University (AAU) has been providing students with academic excellence, cultural engagement and personal development since its inception in 1974. It offers education and research within the fields of natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, technical and health sciences. AAU currently consolidates and further develops its profile as a dynamic and innovative research and educational institution oriented towards the surrounding world. It is characterised by combining a keen engagement in local, regional, and national issues with an active commitment to international collaboration. Aalborg University serves as leader of WP4.
Research team
Kim Toft Hansen

Kim Toft Hansen

Prof. Kim Toft Hansen has been working with Nordic and international crime fiction (literature, film and television) for over a decade. Besides an overall interest in textual analyses of crime fiction, Hansen has been deeply engaged in collaboration with local, national and international media industries. His research profile fittingly matches the production studies proposed in the project’s WP4 on investigating the creative industries, which he leads.
Lynge Stegger Gemzøe

Lynge Stegger Gemzøe

Lynge Stegger Gemzøe is a postdoc at Aalborg University, Denmark. He recently finished his PhD-thesis on American remakes of Danish television series. In his work, using both textual and production perspectives, he studied the transformations from Forbrydelsen (DR 2007-2012) to The Killing (AMC 2011-2014), from Broen (DR/SVT 2011-2018) to The Bridge (FX 2013-2014), and from the lesser known Danish original Nikolaj & Julie (DR 2002-2003) to the American NBC-pilot Love is a Four-Letter Word (2015). Gemzøe has published on similar adaptation processes previously with a piece on Danish movie Brødre (2004) and its American remake Brothers (2009). His work in DETECt is primarily related to production studies of Nordic television crime fiction.