Working Paper Series 8: The impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic at the Slow Food Movement

Thalita Kalix Garcia, our associated researcher has published a Working Paper Series examining the profound impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Slow Food movement. This research delves into the organizational shifts, altered agendas, and adapted actions within the movement, drawing on empirical studies conducted in both Brazil and Germany. The study spans critical moments of the pandemic—from its initial impact in 2020 through the subsequent adaptations and continuities in 2021 and 2022. Garcia Kalix’s work, a blend of on-site and virtual ethnography, significantly contributes to the broader understanding of the Slow Food movement’s resilience and evolution in response to the challenges posed by the global health crisis.

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