Cowritten with Rebecca Perry, with help from Shreeharsh Kelkar; video by Lan Li; this workshop occurred on April 26, 2013.
The final session of the MIT Sex Trafficking & Technology Workshop.
Virginia Greiman (Ginny)
Written by Lauren Kapsalakis and Shreeharsh Kelkar, with assistance from Rebecca Perry and Amy Johnson; photography and video by Lan Li; workshop occurred on April 26, 2013.
Session 1 of the MIT Sex Trafficking & Technology Workshop.
Lisa Goldblatt Grace
Cowritten with Rebecca Perry, photography & video by Lan Li; workshop occurred on April 26, 2013.
The welcome to the MIT Sex Trafficking & Technology Workshop, given by Mitali Thakor.
Today’s Sex Trafficking & Technology workshop centers on issues of sex trafficking and labor and human rights, from the viewpoint of activists and scholars. The workshop is a joint collaboration between MIT’s Anthropology Program and Women’s and Gender Studies Program.
Questions the workshop explores (from the workshop site):
[This liveblog was written by J. Nathan Mathias and edited by Amy Johnson and Gabi Schaffzin]
Yesterday, in the Turning Data into Narrative session, panelists discussed how data can generate or support narratives.