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Le projet "Noz Num : marcher en ville la nuit" labelisé par la Maison de Sciences de l’Homme de Bretagne (MSHB) se terminera en avril 2023 avec les Laboratoires de Géoarchitecture, LP3C et Lab’STICC et l’équipe de l’Habitat de l’Université Iberoamericana de Puebla au Mexique. 

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Noz Num international Congress

The nighttime city is not a uniform space-time. It is composed of different temporalities and socioeconomic and cultural dynamics of its own, including a specific organization of territories and an offer of urban nighttime services often concentrated around "hot spots" of activity.

Main themes:

  • Experiences and perceptions about night in women populations
  • Hybrid methodologies related to walking at night (qualitative, quantitative, artistic)
  • Pedestrians and the feeling of safety at night

Proposals (in French, Spanish, English or Portuguese) must include the name and surname, the title, a summary of the communication of approximately 250 words + bibliography and a brief biographical note. They must be sent before December 30th to the following emails: edna.hernandez@univ-brest.fr and christele.fraisse@univ-brest.fr or on the web site of congress : https://noznum23.sciencesconf.org

Deadlines :

  • Abstract Submission before December 30th 2022
  • Abstract acceptance notification on Janvier 9th 2023
  • Registration until February 20th 2023
  • Conference Date: March 14th to 16th 2023

Full call below:

  1. Call for papers International congress Noz Num
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Date limite d'envoi: 30 décembre 2022
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