Borderlands: An Interdisciplinary Inquiry on Human Trafficking will explore the issues of human trafficking from multiple perspectives: Human Rights, Economics, and Politics.

Tuesday October 14 9:30am-10:50am, Babcock formal lounge

Class – Dr. Leah Mirakhor will lead discussion on comics, narratives, form, genre, and politics.

Thursday October 16 9:30am-10:50am, Babcock formal lounge

Class – Dr. Amyaz A. Moledina will lead discussion on Migration Models and Economics, and how human trafficking relates to cross-border migration issues.

Monday October 20th, 7:30-9:00 pm Babcock formal lounge

Anthony Talbot lecture. “Organizing for Social Change: Abolition Ohio and the Fight Against Slavery and Human Trafficking”. Specifically sponsered by the CDGE and Cross Cultural Connections.

Tuesday October 21: 9:30am-10:50am, Babcock formal lounge

Dr. Matthew Krain moderates a discussion with Anthony Talbott and Dan Archer, followed by questions from our students. The panel is titled: “Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Human Trafficking: Putting Theory into Practice.”  This event will be open to the public especially C3 of the CDGE.

Thursday October. 23 7:30pm-9:00pm, Babcock formal lounge

Sara McKinnon talk, “Standing in Her Shoes: Transnational Politics in U.S.  Asylum Policy for Chinese Opposing Population Control.”  The talk will be in the evening and open to students across disciplines and cross-listed with Forum events.

Required Reading

November 19th 8pm at the CDGE, Babcock Basement

Screening of “Not My Life” (2011). Directed by: Richard Young and Robert Bilheimer.