Nordicom Review 41. Special Issue 1

Dark Screens: The Geopolitics of Nordic Television Drama

by Pei-Sze Chow, Robert A. Saunders & Anne Marit Waade (eds.) (2020)


Pei-Sze Chow, Robert A. Saunders, Anne Marit Waade:
Introduction: Dark Screens: The geopolitics of Nordic television drama.

Pei-Sze Chow, Anne Marit Waade, Robert A. Saunders:
Geopolitical Television Drama Within and Beyond the Nordic Region.

Jakob Stougaard-Nielsen:
Wallander’s Dark Geopolitics.

Klaus Dodds, Tobias Hochscherf:
The Geopolitics of Nordic Noir: Representations of current threats and vigilantes in contemporary Danish and Norwegian serial drama.

Robert A. Saunders:
Landscape, Geopolitics, and National Identity in the Norwegian thrillers Occupied and Nobel.

Anna Estera Mrozewicz:
The Landscapes of Eco-Noir: Reimagining Norwegian eco-exceptionalism in Occupied

Irina Souch:
Transformations of the Evil Forest in the Swedish Television Series Jordskott: An ecocritical reading.

Kim Toft Hansen:
Nordic Noir from Within and Beyond: Negotiating geopolitical regionalisation through SVoD crime narratives.

Saara Ratilainen:
Norway Reimagined: Popular geopolitics and the Russophone fans of Skam.


Nordicom Review 41, Special Issue 1 (2020):
"Dark Screens: The Geopolitics of Nordic Television Drama".
Editors: Pei-Sze Chow, Robert A. Saunders & Anne Marit Waade.