Workshops

Workshops

Workshops

Workshops

Workshops

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Public research workshops

A new methodology to investigate European identities and popular culture 

Workshops

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Public research workshops

A new methodology to investigate European identities and popular culture

Three public research workshops are planned on the occasion of the project meetings at UNIBO, QUB and UB (in April 2018, March 2019, and March 2020) and they focus on the methodology adopted by DETECt, discussing solutions for the combination of methods from the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Computer Science Engineering in the study of contemporary popular culture, both on the research and the educational sides.

While the workshops are designed to support the DETECt consortium to apply the methodology developed for this specific project, they are open to scholars interested in issues related to European identity and popular culture (see the Research network) and to the contribution of non-academic and industrial partners and members of the Stakeholder network.

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Bologna (27 April 2018)

Bologna Workshop was structured into two panels, “Researching Nordic Noir: Production, Representation, Audience” and “Transcultural Perspectives”, and offered contributions by Kim Toft Hansen (Aalborg University), Pia Majbritt Jensen and Anne Marit Waade (Aarhus University), Jacques Migozzi (University of Limoges), Maurizio Ascari (University of Bologna), Caius Dobrescu (University of Bucharest) (Discover the Programme).

Belfast (20-22 March 2019)

Belfast research workshop mainly addressed issues related to the development of working protocols in the field of Digital Humanities, such as text-mining and mapping and offered contributions by: Monica Dall’Asta (University of Bologna), Matthieu Letourneux (University of Paris-Nanterre), Pierre-Carl Langlais (University of Montpellier) (Discover the Programme).

Bucharest (23-24 April 2020)

The second project’s meeting should have taken place in Bucharest at the end of April but the current COVID-19 crisis has overthrown this as well as other planned activities. Since coronavirus travel restrictions to protect the public health and contain the spread of the virus do not allow face-to-face meetings, we have planned to hold the project’s second yearly meeting online. On April 23 and 24, we will all meet by video conference. The agenda includes a discussion of online activities, with particular attention to the promotion of the project’s learning community and distance learning offer (Discover the Programme).