Greene, M. (in review) ‘Socio-technical transitions and dynamics of everyday practice’, Global Environmental Change
Greene, M. and Rau, H. (2016) ‘Moving across the life course: the potential of a biographic approach to researching dynamics in everyday mobility practices’, Journal of Consumer Culture
Greene, M. (2018) ‘Paths, projects and careers of domestic practice: exploring dynamics of demand over biographical time’ in Day, R., Hui, A. and Walker, G. Demanding energy: spaces, temporalities and change, Palgrave Macmillan Publishers Ltd: Hampshire, UK.
Blue S, Greene M and Morosanu R. (2014) Time and practice. In: Foulds C and Jensen CL (eds) Practices, the Built Environment & Sustainability – A Thinking Note Collection. Cambridge, Copenhagen, London: GSI, DIST, BSA CCSG.
Greene M and Westerhoff L. (2014) Exploring the relationship between narrative and social practice. In: Foulds C and Jensen CL (eds) Practices, the Built Environment & Sustainability – A Thinking Note Collection. Cambridge, Copenhagen, London: GSI, DIST, BSA CCSG, 10-13.
Greene, M. (2014) Review of Innovations in Sustainable Consumption: New Economics, Socio-technical Transitions and Social Practices, Irish Geography, 46, 3, 263-265
Greene, M. (2015) ‘A postgraduate’s guide to conference attendance – Survival tips for getting through you through the process’ RGS-IBM Postgraduate Forum
Greene, M. & Tebbett, N. (2014) ‘PGF ACTS 2014 – A review of the day’, RGS-IBM Postgraduate Forum read here >>
Greene, M. (2014) ‘The Activist Researcher – Promoting long lasting change beyond the academy and the potential of Participatory Action Research (PAR)’ Research Matters NUI Galway, Issue 7, read here >>
Greene, M. (2012) ‘Sustainable Campus: Towards fair trade universities’, Student Information Network (SIN) Newspaper, 13, 7, p12 read here >>
Conference paper presentations
2017 Greene, M. Researching Dynamics of Everyday Life: Domestic consumption and how it changes – a critical geographical investigation, Whitaker Institute Seminar Series, NUI Galway, 4th Oct.
2017 Greene, M. ‘Energy Biographies: Exploring the intersections of lives, practices and contexts’, Royal Geography Society Annual Conference, London, 29th Aug – 1st Sept.
2017 Greene, M. ‘Socio-technical transitions and dynamics of everyday life’, Conference of Irish Geographers, University College Cork, Cork, 4-6th May.
2017 Greene, M. ‘Socio-technical change and biographic dynamics in practice’, AAG Annual Meeting, Boston, 5th – 9th April.
2015 Greene, M. ‘Researching stability & change in everyday energy practices’, Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference, Exeter, 2nd-4th Sept.
2015 Greene, M. ‘Careers of domestic practice: a biographic, practice-based approach to studying dynamics in energy demand’, Centre for Technology & Society Seminar, TU Berlin, June.
2015 Greene, M. ‘Researching everyday practices in biographic contexts’, Consensus 2ND International Conference, NUI Galway, 21st-22nd May.
2014 Greene, M. ‘Mobilising Memories: measuring mobility practices across the life course’, SCORAI (Europe) Workshop, Kingston University, London, 30 Sept- 1 Oct.
2014 Blue S, Greene M and Morosanu R. ‘Time and Practice’, Practice, the Built Environment & Sustainability Research Network Workshop, Cambridge, 15-16 September.
2014 Greene, M. and Westerhoff, L. ‘Exploring the relation between narrative and practice, Practice, the Built Environment & Sustainability Research Network Workshop, Cambridge, 15-16 September.
2014 Greene, M. ‘Energy Biographies: Domestic consumption practice throughout the life-course’, Behave Energy Conference, Oxford University, 3-5 September.
2014 Greene, M. ‘Tales of stability and change – investigating careers of domestic practice over biographical time’, Lifecourse Transitions – Opportunities for Sustainable Consumption? Workshop, University of Surrey, 15-16 July.
2014 Greene, M. ‘Energy Practices and the lifecourse, 8th International Conference for Cultural Geronotlogy: Meaning and Culture(s): Exploring the Life Course, NUI Galway, 10th-12th April.
2013 Greene, M. ‘Energy and the lifecourse’, Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference, London, 27-30 August.