Dr Lucia Cervi

Senior Teaching Associate in Management Ethics and Sustainability

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 infomed by critical theory; corporate citizenship and business ethics; global governance; human rights; and Foucauldian approaches to critical discourse analysis.

The Fertility Show as a Field-Configuring Event: A Critical Discourse Analysis
Cervi, L. 2017 University of Nottingham.
Doctoral Thesis

The Business of Reproduction: A Research Agenda
Cervi, L. 28/10/2016 In: Gender Equality and Responsible Business. Greenleaf Publishing
Chapter (peer-reviewed)

Constructing Bodies at the Fertility Show: A Critical Discourse Analysis
Cervi, L. 2015
Conference paper

The Product is Political: Business, Reproduction and Gender Norms
Cervi, L. 2014
Conference paper