Since the late-2010s a new generation of queer clubs have emerged in London that can be distinguished from the capital’s commercial gay scene through their explicit embrace of politics. Central to these politics is the desire to create nightclubs that are ‘safer spaces’ for queer people – specifically trans and femme folk as well as […]
Drawing (out) spacetimes: Methodological reflections on mapping in sociospatial research Hosted by Hybrid Mapping Working Group, CRC 1265 Re-figuration of Spaces, and Chair of Urban Design (CUD), Technische Universität Berlin Organised by Jamie-Scott Baxter, Séverine Marguin and Vivien Sommer SPACETIME MATTERS aims at inviting international spatial scholars integrating temporalities into mapping methods to discuss their […]
Food is not merely a means of sustenance, but a cultural artifact imbued with social, economic, and political meaning. The rise of social media platforms like Instagram has given rise to new ways in which food is displayed, consumed, and politicized. Within this landscape, veganism has emerged as a potent force on Instagram, with thousands […]
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