CAIRN-INT.INFO : International Edition

Special Issue

Page 7 to 27
Page 29 to 59
Page 61 to 82
Page 83 to 97
Page 99 to 122
Page 123 to 143
Page 145 to 162

Miscellaneous Contributions

Page 163 to 188

Perspectives on the In-Between

The Unpresentable Lemebel

Page 191 to 204
Page 202 to 204

Drawing on the analysis of a variety of social and political contexts (France, Russia, Senegal, USA) and on multiple ways of living or experiencing the night (night work, night fun, night “on the street”), this issue calls for and contributes to the development of a political sociology of the night. While its regulation is a matter of political struggle, the night is considered as a social time that structures relevant social relationships. As a time-space with undefined and moving frontiers, groups and authorities in charge of policing the night in addition to arbitrating between conflicting interests compete and invest in the night and its usages. Although the night is targeted by specific public interventions and is often the temporal period in which various transgressions occur, this issue of Cultures & Conflits puts great emphasis on the extent to which the night is, above all, revealing of political and social order.

This journal analyses different expressions of conflictuality and the socio genesis of the practices of actors in their professional and cultural environments. C&C has developed a research agenda that considers the emergence and transformation of transnational elites, the various processes of securitization, as well as issues concerning war, conflict, migration, refugees and human rights. Read more...
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