This essay considers the potential impact of viewing globalization as a racial project in relation to human trafficking. Through an examination of a wide variety of scholarly sources and the work of Omi and Winant (2015), this essay presents the argument that globalization itself is a racial project by tracing how race is interwoven with the processes of globalization. It then asserts the implications this conceptualization of globalization has for human trafficking, and particularly anti-trafficking efforts. Finally, it argues for the power of using such a conceptual framework and suggests the incorporation of a critical globalization perspective for future studies of human trafficking.
Williamson, Sarah Hupp
"Globalization as a Racial Project: Implications for Human Trafficking,"
Journal of International Women's Studies: Vol. 18:
2, Article 5.
Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/jiws/vol18/iss2/5