Reflecting the significant societal disruption of the past 18 months, the theme of COVID-19 and consumption was well represented at the recent European Sociological Association conference.
Our consortium members presented their work in papers exploring the impact of COVID-19 on everyday practices across themes of food, mobilities, time, space and wellbeing. The specific paper titles and authors are listed below.
We are delighted to announce that these papers (and other non-consortium papers) will be published in a special issue in Sustainability: Science, Policy and Practice focused on COVID-19 and changing social practices over the coming months. Stay tuned over the coming months for further information!
Papers & consortium authors
Covid -19 Disruptions and Socio-Materially Bounded Experimentation in Food Practices: Insights from Seven Countries
Claire Hoolahan, Sigird Wertheim-Heck, Lorenzo Domaneschi, Martina Schäfer, Ulrikke Bryn Wethal, Sophie Dubuisson-Quellier, Fanny Devaux
Boundary Traffic in the Home-as-office: Experiences with Covid-19 Lock-down and the Future of Working from Home
Sejal Changede, Katherine Ellsworth-Krebs, Arve Hansen, Gert Spaargaren, Ulrikke Wethal
Consumption and Shifting Temporalities of Daily Life During Disruption: Undoing and Reassembling Household Practices During COVID-19
Mary Greene, Arve Hansen, Claire Hoolohan, Elizabeth Süßbauer & Lorenzo Domaneschi
Achieving wellbeing through sustainable living? Lessons from the Covid-19 pandemic in Norway and Switzerland
Orlane Moynat , Johannes Volden & Marlyne Sahakian
Disrupting Daily Urban Mobilities: A Cross-cultural Analysis of Dynamics in Household Mobilities in Response to COVID-19
Johannes Volden, Mary Greene, Katherine Ellsworth-Krebs, Emmet Fox, Manisha Anantharaman