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August 2017                                                                  

Hello and welcome to our August 2017 newsletter!

As we head towards spring, we have plenty of exciting news to bring you from the CfCSC.

First up, we look at Dr Aristea Fotopoulou’s new book Feminist Activism and Digital Networks, where she investigates the impact of digital media on feminist and queer activism. We talk to Dr Fotopoulou about the motivations behind her work and her arguments.

Then, for Student Spotlight, we discuss the role of arts in social change with CSC graduate Erfan Daliri. He also tells us about his social change festival Newkind and his company UpUpTrampoline.

We're also speaking to Ms Nissa Cita A. about the CSC project WAVES, and her new academic endeavours.

This month we would like to congratulate Dr Hagos Nigussie Kahssay, who recently completed his RHD studies at the centre! We wish him all the best with his future.

July also saw the graduation of our students (Vannak Lach, Khy Lim and Enggar Paramita) from the CSC Master program  and we are pleased to congratulate them on their success. We look forward to seeing their work as they head out into the world!

At the same time, we would like to welcome our new PhD candidate Jaime A. Manalo IV. Manalo is a 2011 CSC Masters graduate and we are very happy to have him back at the centre!

Last month also saw the start of our undergraduate Communication for Social Change course, COMU2311, and we are enthusiastic to work with all our new students!

There will also be many exciting opportunities coming up this month, so make sure you stay up to date by having a look at our August opportunities page.  

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Erfan Daliri talks about art as an agent of social change
Feminist Activism and Digital Networks
Nissa Cita A.: On WAVES, academia and curiosity
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