Title: Sex at the Margins: Migration, Labour Markets and the Rescue Industry
Laura Agustín is the Naked Anthropologist, an independent intellectual and scholar. She received her Ph.D. in 2004 at Pavis Centre for Social and Cultural Research, Open University. Agustín’s scholarly work is on migration, sex work and trafficking; gender, sexuality and deviance; prostitution and the sex industry; informal-sector and flexible labour; comparative feminisms; governmentality and regulation; research ethics; health rights and citizenship. The event was hosted by the Centre for Gender, Culture and Identities and funded by UCD Humanities Institute.
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