Towards a Digital Atlas of European Crime Fiction?

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in conference

Description

Studying European Crime Fiction, Sources and Methods : I constituted and led the following panel to explore and expand the impact of our methods and take on board approaches which are related or critical, with the view of applying to further projects together. Dr. Ellen Carter (University of Paris 1) – “Killing by numbers: quantitative methods in crime fiction research”Andrea Hynynen (University of Turku) – “Gender studies and crime fiction – pros and cons of quantitative methods”Dr. Katharina Hall (Swansea University) – “Research, Dissemination, Impact: German Crime Fiction and the ‘Mrs. Peabody Investigates’ Blog”Samuel Schwiegelhofer (Bibliothèque des Littératures Policières) – “All the World of Crime Fiction’s Memory: the Catalogue of the BILIPO”Dr. Marcela Poučová (Masaryk University) – book-covers and the legitimation of the detective genre in Czechoslovakia (1960-1980) – the example of the Smaragd Series
Period10 Apr 2015
Event typeConference
LocationLondon, United Kingdom

Keywords

  • Visualising European Crime Fiction
  • International Crime Fiction