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Carole S. Vance, Columbia University

Carole S. Vance, PhD, works on integrating sexuality with human rights frameworks and rights-based health interventions. She has written widely on sexuality, science, gender, and policy; policy controversies about sexual expression and imagery; and sexuality theory and research methods. For the past ten years, she has directed a program on sexuality, gender, health and human rights, which advances policy-relevant scholarship and facilitates exchange between researchers and advocates on sexual health and rights issues. Dr. Vance has extensive experience in training students from developing countries, particularly on research methods in sexuality, and the practical application of sexuality research in a range of cultural, national, and policy contexts. Dr. Vance currently is involved in research on trafficking into forced prostitution, also known as sex trafficking, with particular focus on the ways in which ethnographic research can inform policy, as well as health and rights interventions. Dr. Vance edited the landmark collection, Pleasure and Danger: Exploring Female Sexuality, and is completing the edited volume, Ethnography and Policy: What Do We Know about Trafficking? with publication in 2007. In 2005, Dr. Vance received the David R. Kessler Award for lifetime contributions to studies of sexuality.

Professor Vance's Publications

A.M. Miller and C.S. Vance (Co-editors). “Sexuality, Human Rights, and Health.” Health and Human Rights 7(2) 5-15 (2004).

Carole S. Vance. “Four Essays on Art, Sexuality, and Cultural Politics.” Traffic in Culture: Refiguring Art and Anthropology. Ed. G.E. Marcus and F.Myers (Eds.) University of California PressPp. 330-368. 1995.

Carole S. Vance. “”More Danger, More Pleasure: A Decade after the Barnard Sexuality Conference.” “Pleasure and Danger: Exploring Female Sexuality, 2nd edition. Ed. Carole S. Vance Pandoraxvi-xxxix 1992.

Carole S. Vance. “”Anthropology Rediscovers Sexuality: A Theoretical Comment.”” Social Science and Medicine 33 (8) 875-884 1991.

Carole S. Vance. “”Misunderstanding Obscenity.” ” Art in America, May 49-55 1990.

Carole S. Vance. “”Negotiating Sex and Gender in the Attorney General’s Commission on Pornography.” “Uncertain Terms: Negotiating Gender in American Culture. Ed. F. Ginsburg and A. Tsing (Eds.) Beacon Press, 1990.

Carole S. Vance. “The War on Culture.” Art in America, September 39-45 1989.

Carole S. Vance.  (Ed.) “Pleasure and Danger: Exploring Female Sexuality.” First edition, Boston and London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1984. Second edition, with new introduction, London: Pandora, 1992, 1994.  1984.

Carole S. Vance. “”Pleasure and Danger: Toward a Politics of Sexuality.” “Pleasure and Danger: Exploring Female Sexuality Ed. Carole S. Vance Routledge & Kegan Paul1-27. 1984.

 

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