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    Call for papers - Urban studies

    Urban night-life

    Thinking, feeling and telling nightlife

    The quality of nightlife in European cities has become a real political challenge in recent years. The turning point in the decision of regulating urban temporalities was The General States of the Night in Paris (2010) and in Geneva (2011). New lifestyles, the desynchronisation of social time with individual rhythms, the disruption oftraditional couplework/leisureinself-realizationand competitiveness between governors about urban marketing, explain this new point of view about urban life. Nowadays, how is nocturnal urban space occupied in central areas of large cities, but also in fringes? What does this gradual conquest of urban night-life mean ? How do we speak of everyday acceptanceand massive expansion in access to these nights? How can nightlife be appeased ?

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