The Cities After Hours Colloquium brings together researchers considering the city "after hours" from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.
Invisible Lives: Romanian Night Workers in London (UK, 2013), the Romanian Cultural Centre Roundtable Project winner, will be screened at Cities After Hours Colloquium organised and hosted by the School of European Languages, Culture and Society of the University College London (UCL SELCS). The co-directors of the movie, Timothy Marrinan, and Iulius-Cezar Macarie, will be present for the Q&A session after the screening.
Program and more information about event is available here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/selcs/news-and-events/citiesafterhours/index and here: https://lightsparkscreative.com/2016/05/19/invisible-lives-and-a-nocturnal-anthropologist-on-the-graveyard-shift/.
Admission to the colloquium is free thanks to the generous support of UCL JFIGS, UCL SELCS, UCL Urban Lab. The colloquium is part of UCL's week-long Festival of Culture. Open to all.