NITE

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Night Clubbing – Bartlett International Lecture Series,

18.00 GMT, 28 October 2020 Streamed live on The Bartlett School of Architecture’s YouTube channel, this event will be a discussion between co-hosts Lo Marshall and Ben Campkin and speakers Catharine Rossi and Mykaell Riley.  This event forms part of The Bartlett International Lecture Series Autumn 2020.   This event will focus on the nightclub and its associated audiences and cultures,

CfP ‘Night Stories: Urban Narratives of Migrant Lives in Europe’

Special Issue for Crossings: Journal of Migration & Culture Edited by Sara Brandellero, Ailbhe Kenny and Derek Pardue Deadline: 31 March 2021 Queries/submissions to: nitecrossings@gmail.com Submissions are invited for this forthcoming special issue on Night Stories: Urban Narratives of Migrant Lives in Europe, centring on the life experiences of migrant subjectivities and communities in European cities at night.

NIGHT MODES

Night Scenes took place online between 30 April and 15 May 2020 and examined how night spaces have been imagined, produced, experienced and narrated in European cities by communities who have mobilized around particular migrant identities or histories. These events are linked to a three-year transdisciplinary European research project – NITE – exploring nocturnal public spaces

NIGHT SCENES ROUNDTABLES

Night Scenes took place online between 30 April and 15 May 2020 and examined how night spaces have been imagined, produced, experienced and narrated in European cities by communities who have mobilized around particular migrant identities or histories. These events were part of the NITE three-year transdisciplinary European research project – exploring nocturnal public spaces in

NIGHT TIMES

Night Scenes took place online between 30 April and 15 May 2020 and examined how night spaces have been imagined, produced, experienced and narrated in European cities by communities who have mobilized around particular migrant identities or histories. These events are linked to a three-year transdisciplinary European research project – NITE – exploring nocturnal public spaces

SOHO SCENES

Night Scenes took place online between 30 April and 15 May 2020 and examined how night spaces have been imagined, produced, experienced and narrated in European cities by communities who have mobilized around particular migrant identities or histories. These events are linked to a three-year transdisciplinary European research project – NITE – exploring nocturnal public spaces

Night Scenes, 30 April – 15 May 2020

Soho Scenes On 30 April 2020 we kick off the Night Scenes online event series with Soho Scenes, featuring talks by Dan de la Motte and Chardine Taylor Stone exploring intersection between histories of migration and queerness in London’s Soho, a neighbourhood that encapsulates the project themes of nightlife, migration, integration and culture. A recording