- 9:30am: Coffee
- 10:00am-12:30pm: Morning Session
- “That Special Business: An International History of Sex Work in Occupied Japan” – Sarah Kovner, University of Florida
- “Deflowering Attachments: Sex Work, Popular Culture, and Affective Histories of Chineseness” – Lily Wong, American University
- Discussants: Simon Partner, Duke; Robin Visser, UNC-Chapel Hill
- 12:30-2:00pm: Lunch
- 2:00-4:30pm: Afternoon Session
- “The Whore, the Hostess, and the Honey: Policing, Health, Business, and the Regulation of Prostitution in China” – Margaret Leith Botlin, Stanford University
- “The ‘Need to Know’: Principled Secrecy and the Work of Freedom in Recent Efforts to Fight Human Trafficking in Japan” – Leiba Faier, UCLA
- Discussants: Kate Muessig, UNC-Chapel Hill; Jonathan Ocko, NCSU
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For more information, please contact David Ambaras.
DATE: February 8, 2014
LOCATION: Withers Hall, Room 331, North Carolina State University