Research

All the information on nordics.info is research-based, however, this page helps you to find content by ReNEW scholars and others which is more explicitly about up to date research.

Isak and Even's love story from the third season of Shame became popular in Russia. It also became a popular stage show elsewhere, such as in Copenhagen shown here. Photo: Nicola Witcombe

2019.02.28 | Article, Saara Ratilainen, Gender, The Nordics in the World, Research

Russian fans of Norwegian TV series Shame

Fans redefine geopolitical and gender-based boundaries: Shame [Skam], is a hit teen drama series produced by the Public Broadcasting Service in Norway. It ran for four seasons from 2015 to 2017 and became a global phenomenon through an active online fan culture. Remakes abound elsewhere, but Russian teens access Skam largely through social media…

2019.02.22 | Film, Johannes Riquet , Culture, Nordic Noír, Research

Cold Bodies: The geopolitics of ice in recent arctic cinema

This presentation is from a transdisciplinary research workshop entitled Nordic Noir, Geopolitics and the North held at Aarhus University in October 2018.

2019.02.22 | Film, Saara Ratilainen, Media, Gender, Research, The Nordics in the World

Russian fans interacting with Nordic television series (the case of Shame)

This presentation is from a transdisciplinary research workshop entitled Nordic Noir, Geopolitics and the North held at Aarhus University in October 2018.

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