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Neue stadtnachacht-Publikation – Stadtentwicklungspolitische Instrumente für das Management der urbanen Nachtökonomie

stadtnachacht revisited: Im Rahmen der Dissertation von Jakob F. Schmid wird eine breite Forschungsperspektive für die freizeit- und konsumbezogenen Nachtökonomie formuliert. Die...

Special Issue: Geographies of the night

The italian journal »Bollettino Della Società Geografica Italiana« (BSGI) has published a special issue titled »Geographies of the urban night«. This issue...

Berliner Nachtung #1

Erste Ausgabe der Veranstaltungsreihe »Berliner Nachtungen« steht unter dem Titel »Reconfiguring Night and Day?« Dr. Adam Eldridge (University of Westminster) hält am 10. Mai 2017...

cfp: Night Moves

Understanding and shaping transport and mobility at night – Symposium at UCL Transport Institute. Das Transport Institute des University College London (UCL) veranstaltet unter dem...

Wettbewerb: Night Time is the Right Time

The London-based Built Environment Trust along with the Mayor of London are seeking ideas that could help the nightlife of cities work better. Der Ideenwettbewerb...

London Venue Rescue Plan making progress

Sixteen months after the Rescue Plan for London’s Grassroots Music Venues was published the report »Making progress« offers an update on progress, plus new facts...

cfp: tourism and the night symposium

Call for abstracts for an interdisciplinary conference on tourism and the night at University of Westminster in July. The Department of History, Sociology and Criminology,...

articulo #11: urban night

Articulo – Journal of Urban Research. Special issue on the »urban night« now online. Die Zeitschrift Articulo – Journal of Urban Research hat die Ausgabe...

STADT NACH ACHT // conference // November 2016

stadtnachacht is proud to to curate the urban planning focus sessions at NIGHTS 2016 Berlin – STADT NACH ACHT conference at Berlin in November...

cfp: Exploring Nightlife

Call for Papers: Exploring Nightlife: Space, Society and Governance. The editors from Lisbon and London welcome proposals from across the social sciences, in particular...
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