Living at Night in Times of Pandemic

Night Studies and Club Culture in France and Germany

Anita Jóri

Universität der Künste Berlin, Germany

Guillaume Robin

Université Paris Cité, France

The club culture has emerged as a thriving interdisciplinary field of research in the social sciences. The lockdowns and health restrictions have underscored the crucial role of nightlife and techno cultures—largely stigmatized during the COVID-19 pandemic—as spaces of sociability and havens for marginalized individuals. Taking a comparative perspective, the authors of this volume offer fresh insights into the realm of night studies and techno scenes in France and Germany. They delve into three main areas: scenes and communities; diversity and inclusion; social and ecological challenges for a sustainable club culture post-pandemic.

Anita Jóri, Guillaume Robin (eds.) Living at Night in Times of Pandemic – Night Studies and Club Culture in France and Germany, Transcript 2024, 208 p.

https://www.transcript-verlag.de/978-3-8376-6726-4/living-at-night-in-times-of-pandemic/



Cite this blog post
Manuel Garcia-Ruiz (2024, March 23). Living at Night in Times of Pandemic. International Night Studies Network. Retrieved May 19, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/w2uj

Manuel Garcia-Ruiz

He is a PhD Scholar at CIES-Iscte and a Research Collaborator at IS-FLUP. He research on topics such as city branding, cultural regeneration, the commodification of arts and culture, art washing, and the construction of artistic fields.

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