An anthropologist of migration, borders, trafficking, sex work, and policing, Denise Brennan teaches at Georgetown University. She is the author of What's Love Got to Do with It? Transnational Desires and Sex Tourism in the Dominican Republic and Life Interrupted: Trafficking into Forced Labor in the United States. She is currently finishing The Border Is Everywhere: Policing Everyday Life in an Era of Mass Deportation and beginning the field research for a new book on dislocation and dispossession through wildfire, Life amidst Fire: Capital and the Making of Climate Ruin.
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The anthropologists and activists gathered for this series have long been on the front lines fighting for migrant and racial justice. They have assisted familie... More
As cruel and barbaric as the Trump administration’s immigration policies were, they were not a historical aberration. Nor have they entirely ended. These Hot Sp... More
The Trump administration systematically dismantled the anti-trafficking legal regime. Not only did his administration create a tangle of administrative red tape... More