Kimberly Walters

Assistant Professor, California State University, Long Beach

Kimberly Walters is Assistant Professor of International Studies at California State University, Long Beach. She researches sexuality gender, and transnational humanitarianism in Telugu-speaking India. Her work has appeared in the journals Signs, Economic and Political Weekly and AIDS Care and is forthcoming in Anthropological Quarterly. She also contributes to the online journal Beyond Trafficking and Slavery on openDemocracy. Walters current book project is entitled Rescued from Rights: Sex Work, Sex Trafficking, and the Humanitarian State in India.

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