Flânerie as a way of living, walking and exploring the city. An introduction

Giampaolo Nuvolati & Lucia Quaquarelli
This issue brings together a set of contributions by scholars from the humanities and the social sciences who revitalise the figure of the fl neur, and the practice of fl nerie, in order to put them to the test with different objects of study, in the light of different methodological and scientific horizons. The notion of flâneur – employed since the late nineteenth century to designate poets, artists, and intellectuals who critically observed people’s behavior...
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