Akademisk kvarter/Academic Quarter

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Nr. 22 (2021)
Publiceret 1. april, 2021
Glocality and Cosmopolitanism in European Crime Narratives

The issue presents some of the research results obtained by scholars affiliated to the H2020 project DETECt: Detecting Transcultural Identities in European Popular Crime Narratives, as well as contributions by other researchers working in the field of crime fiction, film and television. Mobilising some of DETECt’s leading hypothesis, the issue examines two key aspects of the genre, highlighting the perfect match between crime narratives and contemporary European media: their glocal dimension and their cosmopolitan ethos. The ten articles explore the multiple facets of such complex and contradictory phenomena by looking at the transnational circulation and appropriation of the genre in different parts of the continent (Migozzi, Kalai and Keszeg), the representation of specific spaces and communities (Coviello and Re, Lepratto, Jacquelin, Hiltunen, Steele), the approach to gender and national identities (Gemzøe, Dobrescu), and the role of production cultures (Mikos).

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Monica Dall’Asta , Natacha Levet, Federico Pagello
4-21
Glocality and Cosmopolitanism in European Crime Narratives
https://doi.org/10.5278/ojs.academicquarter.vi22.6598
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Jacques Migozzi
22-36
Crime Fiction Import/Export in European Publishing : The Emergence of Euro Noir through the Process of Translation
https://doi.org/10.5278/ojs.academicquarter.vi22.6599
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Sándor Kálai, Anna Keszeg
37-59
Is There such a Thing as a Hungarian Nordic Noir? : Cultural Homogenization and Glocal Agency
https://doi.org/10.5278/ojs.academicquarter.vi22.6600
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Massimiliano Coviello, Valentina Re
60-78
Translocal Landscapes: La porta rossa and the Use of Peripheral Locations in Contemporary Italian TV Crime Drama
https://doi.org/10.5278/ojs.academicquarter.vi22.6601
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Lothar Mikos
79-95
Berlin’s Cosmopolitan Production Culture
https://doi.org/10.5278/ojs.academicquarter.vi22.6602
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Livio Lepratto
96-111
“ROMA(nzo) criminale” : Portrayals of Rome in Third-millennium Crime Genre Screenwriting
https://doi.org/10.5278/ojs.academicquarter.vi22.6604
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Alice Jacquelin
112-123
Identity, Borders and the Environment : New Political Issues in Contemporary French Noir
https://doi.org/10.5278/ojs.academicquarter.vi22.6605
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Kaisa Hiltunen
124-136
Remote but Connected : Lapland as a Scene of Transnational Crime in Ivalo
https://doi.org/10.5278/ojs.academicquarter.vi22.6606
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Lynge Stegger Gemzøe
137-148
Ironic Europe: Gender and National Stereotypes in Killing Eve
https://doi.org/10.5278/ojs.academicquarter.vi22.6607
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Jamie Nicholas Steele
149-162
Identifying the Unknown Girl : The Spaces and Inequalities of the Noir Tradition in La fille inconnue
https://doi.org/10.5278/ojs.academicquarter.vi22.6608
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Caius Dobrescu
163-179
Failed Cultural Hybridity and Takeaways for the Euro-Noir in the American-Romanian Series Comrade Detective
https://doi.org/10.5278/ojs.academicquarter.vi22.6609
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