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Dr Lucia Cervi

Senior Teaching Associate in Management Ethics and Sustainability

Charles Carter Building



Tel: +44 1524 594933

Research overview

My research interests include organisation studies and the body, and the role organisations play in relation to reproductive justice in particular; feminist perspectives on the body and reproduction; relations between production and reproduction; critical perspectives on management and work; critical and political Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and business ethics; global governance and human rights; and Foucauldian approaches to Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA).

Currently, my work focuses on:

  • organisational discourses of the non-reproductive female body within fertility treatment, and the emerging implications these create to our understandings of motherhood and body autonomy;
  • masculinity, fatherhood, and fertility treatment; and
  • the exercise of reproductive rights within specific organisational contexts which include profit-oriented actors.

Current Teaching

I teach at undergraduate, postgraduate, and executive levels. Specifically, I contribute to the following:

Undergraduate teaching:

OWT101 - Management, Organisations and Work: Key Issues and Debates

MNGT160 - Future Global Leaders (Ethics and CSR)

OWT235 - Global CSR (convenor)

Postgraduate teaching:

OWT512 - Advanced Study Skills (convenor)

Executive teaching:

GHEMBA573, EMBA573, SUEMBA573 (convenor) - Business Ethics and Sustainability (CSR)


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