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Åsa Callmer

Position: Postdoctoral Researcher School/office: School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences

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Åsa Callmer

About Åsa Callmer

Åsa Callmer is a post-doctoral researcher in environmental sociology, and works within the research project (Un)sustainable lifestyles: social (im)possibilities to consume less, in which she investigates the different ways that social relations may facilitate and/or hinder reduced consumption and sustainable lifestyle choices.
Åsa’s research interests concern sustainable lifestyles and planning and politics for sustainable transitions. She is especially interested in social norms, the interplay of sustainability and justice issues in forming sustainable futures, alternative economies, and the cultural dimensions of humans’ relationship with Nature. Her PhD thesis Making sense of sufficiency: Entries, practices and politics (Royal Institute of Technology, 2019) deals with the idea, practices, and politics of sufficiency in an affluent consumerist society.


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