Responding to Human Trafficking on the Periphery: A Sabbatical Research Presentation

Academic

Alicia Peters, PhD

Associate Professor, Anthropology

In this talk, Dr. Peters will present an overview of her sabbatical research on the human trafficking response in northern New England. Highlighting ethnographic approaches to studying human trafficking, she will explore how notions of vulnerability intersect with understandings of trafficking among law enforcement officials and discuss what her findings suggest for the survivors who are most acutely impacted by the response.

Biography

http://www.une.edu/people/alicia-peters

Reception

Light snacks will be served

Sponsors

Dept. of Society, Culture, and Languages

Contact

Alicia Peters

apeters2@une.edu

Peters Sabbatical Talk Poster
May22018
1:00 PM
St. Francis Room, Jack S. Ketchum Library, Room 104

Biddeford Campus