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Ce que la nuit raconte au jour. Vers une approche nuitale des mondes urbains

Abstract : The article shows the rise of night as a field of interdisciplinary research (Night studies). Seeking to go beyond the equation of the night, it highlights the contributions of its exploration for the day such as positive disorientation and the learning of a night way of thinking to manage the contradictions of a hyper-modern society. A skill for everyone and for no one, the urban night forces exchange and cooperation and allows the integration of daily life issues and sensitive dimensions. This little-explored space-time is conducive to innovation in research methods and tools as well as in public policies. The night also makes it possible to open up some broader prospective work sites around the notions of temporary citizenship and governance as well as the urban planning of times. Finally, the article invites both further exploration and measurement: without light, no city at night, but too much light is a killer.
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Submitted on : Sunday, April 19, 2020 - 1:59:42 PM
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Luc Gwiazdzinski. Ce que la nuit raconte au jour. Vers une approche nuitale des mondes urbains. Ateliers d'anthropologie, Laboratoire d'ethnologie et de sociologie comparative - Université Paris Nanterre, A paraître. ⟨halshs-02547002⟩

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