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Academic outputs

Articles and special issues

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Academic outputs

Articles and special issues
Articles and special issues will be submitted to peer-reviewed, internationally leading journals in order to reach the largest possible academic audience. In this respect, DETECt also privileges open access journals.

Scholarly publications will be both in English and in researchers’ native languages. English has for long been the global academic lingua franca, but in order to sustain and preserve the native languages in academia, DETECt will service the multilingual European continent with publications in a wide range of languages. This will also ensure localized dissemination of the DETECt results.

Furthermore, DETECt’s publication strategy will promote the cooperation between researchers and stakeholders as well as between young and established scholars in the fields of literary media studies alongside the dissemination of research results for learning communities around the European continent.

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Kim Toft Hansen, "Glocal Perspectives on Danish Television Series: Co-Producing Crime Narratives for Commercial Public Service", in Danish Television Drama: Global Lessons from a Small Nation (Palgrave Macmillan, 2020)

Valentina Re, "Quo vadis, baby? Le donne e il crime drama", in Fata Moragana Web (2019)

Kálai Sándor and Keszeg Anna, "A hard-boiled krimi lehetőségei Magyarországon", in Apertúra (2019)

Ilaria Bartolini and Andrea Di Luzio, "ALDO: An Innovative Digital Framework for Active E-Learning", in Proceedings of the ACM 11th International Conference on Education Technology and Computers (ICETC 2019)

Ilaria Bartolini and Andrea Di Luzio, "Active E-Learning without Worries!", in Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Computing Technology and Information Management (ICCTIM 2019)

Péter Mészáros and Dorottya Molnár-Kovács, "Homes of Crimes Social Stratification as Location Strategy in the Hungarian Family Crime Drama Aranyélet ‘Golden Life’", in Acta Universitatis Sapientiae, Philologica, Volume 11, Issue 3 (2019)

Massimiliano Coviello, "L'Europa in una stanza. 'Criminal' di George Kay e Jim Field Smith", in Fata Morgana Web (2019)

Federico Pagello, "La postmodernità secondo Netflix. 'La casa di carta' di Álex Pina", in Fata Morgana Web (2019)

Kim Toft Hansen, "From Nordic Noir to Euro Noir: Nordic Noir Influencing European Serial SVoD Drama", in Nordic Noir, Adaptation, Appropriation (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019)

Valentina re, "Cinema, serie tv ed 'evasione'. Voci dal mondo della produzione audiovisiva ai tempi dell’emergenza Covid-19", in Il lavoro culturale (2020)

Caius Dobrescu, "The Limit as Centre: Some Considerations on the Political Imagination of the In-Between, Starting from the Central Symbol of the Crime Series Bron/Broen – The Bridge", in Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Volume 11, Issue 1 (2019)

Caius Dobrescu, "Modern Mythologies, Crime Narratives, and Developmental Contradictions: Nordic Noir In the 'Transylvanian Alps'", in Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Brasov. Series IV: Philology and Cultural Studies, Volume 12, Issue 61 (2019)

Roxana Eichel, "Genre Transgression in Contemporary Romanian Crime Fiction", in Acta Sapientiae, Philologica, Volume 11, Issue 1 (2019)