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Jennifer Bryson Clark South Texas College

Dr. Jenny Bryson Clark is an Associate Professor of Political Science and chair of Women’s Studies at South Texas College. Her areas of expertise are forced migration, human trafficking, and gender inequality. For the last fifteen years, Clark has been actively involved in researching modern-day slavery. Clark is co-editor of Human Trafficking: A Complex Phenomenon of Globalization and Vulnerability Routledge (2015) and The SAGE Handbook of Human Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery, Sage, (2019) and Contemporary Slavery and Trafficking in Persons: Global Narratives, Maya Publishing House, New Delhi (2021). Clark’s past research, funded by the U.S. Department of State, Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (2015-2016), studied trafficking in persons in Central America and along Mexico’s eastern migration routes. Clark is currently conducting research on securitization and externalization of borders and the impact it has on human rights and human trafficking. She is a founding board member of the Rio Grande Anti Human Trafficking Coalition and in 2009; she received the South Texas Civil Rights Project’s Emma Tenayuca award for her work bringing to light the forms of trafficking and coercion that affect women. Clark also teaches classes on Human Trafficking and Prostitution and Human Trafficking at Oklahoma University.