Mead Lecture: “When Numbers Count: The Practice of Combating Human Trafficking from Colombia to Japan”

Kay Warren, Distinguished professor of anthropology at Brown University will present the Robert G. Mead, Jr. lecture entitled, “When Numbers Count: The Practice of Combating Human Trafficking from Colombia to Japan.”

The Mead Lecture is sponsored by the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies.  The Mead lecture will be held at the Student Union Theater, 2110 Hillside Rd, on Thursday, November 8 at 2 PM, and will also be broadcast on Husky Vision.

For more information, please contact CLACS at 486-4964 or latinamerica@uconn.edu.

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