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Introducing the Slave Next Door (2019)
Journal Article
Birks, J., & Gardner, A. (2019). Introducing the Slave Next Door. Anti-Trafficking Review, 2019(13), 66-81. https://doi.org/10.14197/atr.201219135

Past studies have indicated that the British public consider human trafficking to be remote from their personal experiences. However, an increase in local press reporting, alongside the emergence of locally co-ordinated anti-modern slavery campaigns,... Read More about Introducing the Slave Next Door.

The unbanked and poverty: predicting area-level socio-economic vulnerability from M-Money transactions (2018)
Conference Proceeding
Engelmann, G., Smith, G., & Goulding, J. (2018). The unbanked and poverty: predicting area-level socio-economic vulnerability from M-Money transactions

Emerging economies around the world are often characterized by governments and institutions struggling to keep key demographic data streams up to date. A demographic of interest particularly linked to social vulnerability is that of poverty and socio... Read More about The unbanked and poverty: predicting area-level socio-economic vulnerability from M-Money transactions.

A full freedom: contemporary survivors' definitions of slavery (2018)
Journal Article
Nicholson, A., Dang, M., & Trodd, Z. (2018). A full freedom: contemporary survivors' definitions of slavery. Human Rights Law Review, 18(4), 689–704. doi:10.1093/hrlr/ngy032

This article examines key debates on the legal definition of slavery from the perspective of survivors. This group has previously been excluded from the debates on slavery definitions. Drawing on new interviews we have conducted with survivors, and a... Read More about A full freedom: contemporary survivors' definitions of slavery.

Repeat missing child reports in Wales (2018)
Journal Article
Hutchings, E., Browne, K. D., Chou, S., & Wade, K. (2019). Repeat missing child reports in Wales. Child Abuse and Neglect, 88, 107-117. doi:10.1016/j.chiabu.2018.11.004

Background: There were approximately 306,000 reports of missing persons in the UK from 2012 to 2013, 64% involved children. Repeat missing incidents account for approximately 38% of reported missing incidences. Within their research Biehal et al. (20... Read More about Repeat missing child reports in Wales.

Esclavages contemporaines (2018)
Book Chapter
Bales, K. (2018). Esclavages contemporaines. In P. Savidan (Ed.), Dictionnaire des inégalités et de la justice socialePresses Universitaires de France

A Renaissance-self: Frederick Douglass and the art of remaking (2018)
Book Chapter
Trodd, Z. (2018). A Renaissance-self: Frederick Douglass and the art of remaking. In C. N. Phillips (Ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Literature of the American Renaissance, 189-204. Cambridge University Press (CUP). doi:10.1017/9781108355643.015

Contemporary Coercive Labor Practices: Slavery Today (2017)
Book Chapter
Bales, K. (2017). Contemporary Coercive Labor Practices: Slavery Today. In S. Drescher, D. Eltis, S. L. Engerman, & D. Richardson (Eds.), The Cambridge World History of Slavery, Volume 4, AD 1804–AD 2016, 655-678. Cambridge University Press (CUP). doi:10.1017/9781139046176.029

Getting what we want: experience and impact in research with survivors of slavery (2016)
Book Chapter
Bales, K. (2016). Getting what we want: experience and impact in research with survivors of slavery. In D. Siegel, & R. D. Wildt (Eds.), Ethical concerns in research on human trafficking, 173-190. Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-21521-1_11

This chapter examines the ethical and moral dilemmas present in conducting research within vulnerable populations. In particular, we explore the process of conducting interviews with trafficking victims that identify as transient minor sex workers. I... Read More about Getting what we want: experience and impact in research with survivors of slavery.

The After-Image: Frederick Douglass in Visual Culture (2016)
Book Chapter
Trodd, Z. (2016). The After-Image: Frederick Douglass in Visual Culture. In C. Bernier, & H. Durkin (Eds.), Visualising Slavery: Art Across the Black Diaspora, 129-152. Liverpool University Press

By the time of his death in 1895, Frederick Douglass had sat for approximately 160 different photographs. This makes him the most photographed American of the nineteenth century, rather than Abraham Lincoln, Walt Whitman or General Custer (all previo... Read More about The After-Image: Frederick Douglass in Visual Culture.

Picturing Frederick Douglass: An Illustrated Biography of the Nineteenth Century's Most Photographed American (2015)
Book
Stauffer, J., Trodd, Z., & Bernier, C. (2015). Picturing Frederick Douglass: An Illustrated Biography of the Nineteenth Century's Most Photographed American. Liveright Publishing Corporation

Commemorating the bicentennial of Frederick Douglass’s birthday and featuring images discovered since its original publication in 2015, this “tour de force” (Library Journal, starred review) reintroduced Frederick Douglass to a twenty-first-century a... Read More about Picturing Frederick Douglass: An Illustrated Biography of the Nineteenth Century's Most Photographed American.

Modern slavery challenges to supply chain management (2015)
Journal Article
Gold, S., Trautrims, A., & Trodd, Z. (2015). Modern slavery challenges to supply chain management. Supply Chain Management, 20(5), doi:10.1108/SCM-02-2015-0046

Purpose – This paper aims to draw attention to the challenges modern slavery poses to supply chain management. Although many international supply chains are (most often unknowingly) connected to slave labour activities, supply chain managers and res... Read More about Modern slavery challenges to supply chain management.

Slavery as a Social Institution (2015)
Book Chapter
Bales, K. (2015). Slavery as a Social Institution. In International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 43-48. (2nd). Elsevier