DETECt research findings will be presented through a range of academic outputs including:
- Conference papers
- Collective conference panels
- Peer-reviewed articles (including 1 or 2 journal special issues)
- Book proposals for edited collections.
DETECt scholars will present their theoretical and methodological framework as well as their research findings in a number of international conferences throughout the duration of the project.
Academic output will also be submitted to internationally leading journals and publishers in order to reach the largest possible academic audience. In order to reach a large audience, DETECt privileges open access journals and publications (Gold open access) and resorts to self-archiving (Green open access) when needed.
DETECt’s publication strategy aims at the integration of researchers and stakeholders alongside the dissemination of research results for learning communities around the European continent. At the same time, this strategy certifies close collaboration between young and established scholars in the fields of literary and media research.