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MSt in Social Innovation events

28
Sep

Lecture – Selling liberation?

09:30 – 10:30

Part of a guest lecture series organised by the Master of Studies in Social Innovation and the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation.

More and more companies are using feminist language and messages to sell their products, including in highly controversial sectors such as the tobacco industry. What are the implications, and what’s effect on the efficacy of women’s groups campaigning?

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29
Sep

Lecture – Social Innovation in a changing world

17:30 – 18:30

Part of a guest lecture series organised by the Master of Studies in Social Innovation and the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation.

The new Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School, Professor Mauro Guillén, will explore the importance and impact of social innovation in a changing world.

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30
Sep

Lecture – Constellations: research and writing in the archive

09:30 – 10:30

Part of a guest lecture series organised by the Master of Studies in Social Innovation and the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation.

How do theories of interpretation and methodology inform our understanding of historical and political phenomena? In this lecture Samantha Rose Hill will discuss approaches to archival research, historical materialism, and storytelling, while looking at Hannah Arendt’s masterpiece The Origins of Totalitarianism (1951) and her Denktagebuch (thinking journals).

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