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Middle East Program & United States Studies Occasional Paper Series: Rethinking Human Trafficking

Multiple Interdisciplinary Project on Human Trafficking Participants:

  • Elizabeth Bernstein From Prostitution to theTraffic in Women: Political Implications of the (Re)emergence of a Discourse
  • Dina Haynes Conceptual, Legal and Implementation Gaps in the Protection of Trafficked Persons in the United States Denise Brennan Securing Migrants’ Rights as Anti-Trafficking Work
  • Florrie Burke Notes from the field
  • Sealing Cheng Rethinking Human Trafficking: Reflections from South Korea
  • Rhacel Parreñas Filipino Labor Migrants and Human Trafficking

Rethinking Human Trafficking 

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