Conference Proceedings published!
The proceedings of the upcoming EthnoCol conference are now available.
Penny Travlou and Luigina Ciolfi (Eds.). Ethnographies of Collaborative Economies Conference Proceedings. University of Edinburgh, 25 October 2019. ISBN 978-1-912669-11-0
Table of Contents
Paper 0: Penny Travlou and Luigina Ciolfi, Introduction to EthnoCol2019 - Ethnographies of Collaborative Economies
Paper 1: Anikó Bernát, Solidarity powered via social media: Migrant solidarity grassroots groups in Hungary
Paper 2: Airi Lampinen, Chiara Rossitto and Christofer Gradin Franzén, Scaling Out, Scaling Down: Reconsidering growth in grassroots initiatives
Paper 3: Chiara Bassetti and Antonella De Angeli, Distributed fieldwork and networked co-design for collaborative economies
Paper 4: Alena Rýparová, Ethnography of sharing initiatives in Brno
Paper 6: Dicte Frost, Intermediate Sharing Realities: European Ecovillages
Paper 8: Justin Larner, Reflective ethnographic design of collaborative economy models using annotated portfolios
Paper 9: Maria Cristina Sciannamblo, Roberto Cibin, Petra Žišt, Chris Csíkszentmíhalyi and Maurizio Teli, Co-designing collaborative care work through ethnography
Paper 10: Maria Del Mar Alonso-Almeida, Sharing Mobility: The Case Of Madrid
Paper 11: Olga Orlíc, Anita Čeh Časni, and Kosjenka Dumančic, Community-supported agriculture as collaborative practice: interdisciplinary analysis
Paper 12: Katie Berns and Chiara Rossitto, From Commodities to Gifts: Redistributing Surplus Food Locally
Paper 14: Kim O’Shea, Gabriela Avram and Nora O’Murchú, In Search of Alternative Housing Solutions - When the Collaborative Economy Meets Housing
Paper 15: Catherine Lyons and Morgan Currie, Easy Sharing: A sharing-economy pilot service in areas of multiple deprivation in West Edinburgh
Paper 16: Cristina Miguel and Rodrigo Perez-Vega, A comparative analysis of Airbnb in London and Barcelona: The ethnographic research process and its discontents
Paper 17: Ann Light, Talking about Collaborative Economies: Platforms, Trust and Ethnographic Methods – Keynote Talk.