Professor Julia O'Connell Davidson, University of Nottingham - Debt, Sex and Slavery: Anti-Trafficking Discourse and Depoliticisation?
Alexander Board Room, Quadrangle
Date & Time
18th April, 2013 @ 17:00:00
Gender ARC Public Lecture
Public lecture by Dr. O’Connell Davidson
Debt, Sex and Slavery: Anti-Trafficking Discourse and Depoliticisation?
5.00pm Thursday April 18th
Venue: Alexander Board Room, Quadrangle
Julia O’Connell Davidson is Professor of Sociology at the University of Nottingham. Her research and publishing over the past two decades has focused on prostitution, sex tourism, child migration, and trafficking. Between 2001 and 2006, with Professor Bridget Anderson of Oxford University, she coordinated research on “the demand side of trafficking” with a particular focus on the sex and domestic work sectors. She is author of Prostitution, Power and Freedom (Polity, 1998) and Children in the Global Sex Trade (Polity, 2005) and is currently writing a book on Modern Slavery and the Margins of Freedom.
Co-sponsored by the Gender, Discourse and Identity research group of Gender ARC at the Moore Institute and Global Women’s Studies
Supported by the NUI Galway Millennium Conference Fund
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