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2019-2020 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog


LIB 319 - Human Traffic and Trafficking

Drawing on interdisciplinary approaches to globalization, the course critically examines the forced and/or coercive global transfer of people, the traffic and trafficking of humans, through historical and contemporary perspectives. Topics may include migrant smuggling, forced labor, slave trade, sex workers, voices of survival workers, and self-advocacy in survival communities. Part of the Globalization Issue. Cross-listed with HST 319 and HRT 319. Course offered fall and winter semesters. Prerequisite: Junior standing.

Credits: 3



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