DETECting European diversity through La Casa de Papel

DETECting European diversity through La Casa de Papel

La casa de papel / Money Heist 4 After its release on April 3rd, Money Heist‘s fourth season has been the most watched show world-wide. Roxana Eichel (University of Bucharest) La Casa de Papel’s popularity in Romania (where blogs and fan pages inspired by the...
No fiction, no popularity?

No fiction, no popularity?

Crime fiction Is it possible to argue that the popularity of crime fiction in today’s society depends on its capability to disclose layers and meanings of reality that nonfiction is not capable of revealing? And that the real literary sociologists of today are those...
Nordic Noir television influencing Euro Noir

Nordic Noir television influencing Euro Noir

Nordic Noir, Adaptation, Appropriation The edited volume also contains chapters by DETECt researchers Kim Toft Hansen, Anne Marit Waade and Lynge Stegger Gemzøe. Kim Toft Hansen (Aalborg University) DETECt research has been published in the new edited volume Nordic...
DETECting European identity through crime fiction

DETECting European identity through crime fiction

La Bibliothèque de Villers, suivi de Tombeau d’Agatha Christie By Benoît Peeters Series: Espace Nord, n° 129 First edition: 1980 La Bibliothèque de Villers, suivi de Tombeau d’Agatha Christie by Benoît Peeters Jan Baetens (KU Leuven) There may be two ways to study the...