Prof. Joel Quirk of the Political Studies department at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa came to the Brown Center for Slavery and Justice to lecture on the problematic nature of the anti-sex worker “abolitionist” efforts and the fictitious nature of its alleged global solidarity. This lecture featured a Q & A afterwards and is approximately 70 minutes.
Articles in this series
- Prof. Joel Quirk lectures at Brown about sex workers
- Sex work versus prison abolition: dueling narratives, dangerous consequences
- Sex worker stories we are reading that you should too!
- SCSU sociologist Dr. Alan Brown on sex work
- Movie Review: Invisible: The Unseen World of Male Prostitution
- Donna Hughes, URI professor of sex worker demonization
- BackPage and bust: how to harass sex workers and influence people
- Mark your calendars for International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers
- A conversation with sex worker and activist Tara Burns
- Bella Robinson instructs SCSU students on sex work and human rights
- Sex workers of Rhode Island, unite!