Detect: Detecting Transcultural Identity in European Popular Crime Narratives

Large collaborative initiative that involves scholars, teachers, students, professionals of the creative industries, and the general public in investigating how practices of transnational production, distribution and consumption in the field of popular culture have facilitated the appearance of engaging representations of Europe’s cultural identity.

In accordance with the priority defined by the European Agenda for Culture in a Globalised World to promote cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue, it studies the role played by the mobility of people, works and representations in circulating images and themes that constitute a shared cultural asset for large sectors of the European society.

It contributes to the writing of a new narrative of the Europeanisation process by creating and testing new learning methods, resources and tools designed to stimulate the emergence of new creative projects addressed to transnational audiences explicitly dealing with the representation of Europe.



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