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Marina Rotolo, Maria Gravari-Barbas
Labellisation et fabrique urbaine
Labelling and the Urban Fabric
Matera, Capitale européenne de la culture
Matera, European Capital of Culture
Sociétés, Espaces, Temps
The book analyses the urban and territorial transformations of the city of Matera following its designation as a heritage and cultural site. Matera has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1993, and has been designated European Capital of Culture for 2019.

Stéphane Cadiou, Julie Pollard
Métropoles, hors-série 2018
10 ans : Numéro anniversaire
10 years : Anniversary Issue
This special issue, for the tenth anniversary of the journal Métropoles, takes a look back at urban studies in France. It also opens new research perspectives and suggests promising fieldwork for those interested in urban and metropolitan phenomena.

Valérie Sala Pala

Anne Clerval, Mathieu Van Criekingen
Métropoles, n°31/2022
Politiques de gentrification
Gentrification policies

Vincent Chabault, Emmanuelle Lallement
Métropoles, n°33/2023
La ville marchande en temps de pandémie
The commercial city (« ville marchande ») in the time of pandemic
This issue, initiated just a few months after the French government's announcement of new restrictive measures (April 2021), proposes to examine the destabilization and redevelopment caused by the pandemic is in the retail sector, and to study its temporary or lasting consequences on urban space.

Marie Bonte
Nuits de Beyrouth
Beirut Nights
Géographie de la fête dans une ville post-conflit
Geography of celebration in a post-conflict city
Sociétés, Espaces, Temps
This book focuses on the night-time world of Beirut's bars and clubs, seeking to understand their social and political relevance in post-conflict Lebanon. It shows how nightlife in Beirut is an driving force in reshaping spaces, and the time for a possible cohabitation that transcends the assigned identities materialized by the fifteen-year civil.