Rewriting the Victim: Dramatization as Research in Thailand’s Anti-Trafficking Movement

Erin M. Kamler

Oxford Studies in Gender and International Relations

Other Publications:

Performing Land of Smiles: Dramatization as research in Thailand’s anti-trafficking movementInternational Journal of Communication 10 (2016)

Women of the Kachin conflict: Trafficking and militarized femininity on the Burma-China borderJournal of Human Trafficking (2015).

“Trafficking and Coerced Prostitution in Thailand: Re-Conceptualizing International Law in the Age of Globalization.” In Liamputtong, P. (ed.) Contemporary socio-cultural and political perspectives in Thailand. Springer: Dordrecht, The Netherlands (2014).

Toward a methodology of arts-based participatory action research: Evaluating a theatre of the oppressed classroom site. New Scholar: An International Journal of the Humanities, Creative Arts and Social Sciences. 2 (1), 107-120 (2013).

Rhacel Salazar Parreñas, Illicit Flirtations: Labor, Migration and Sex Trafficking in Tokyo. International Journal of Communication 6.(2012).

Negotiating narratives of human trafficking: NGOs, communication and the power of culture. Journal of Intercultural Communication Research. 1–18. London: Routledge. (2012).

National identity, the shan, and child trafficking in northern Thailand: The case of D.E.P.D.C. (2010). Shan and Beyond: essays on Shan Archaeology, Anthropology, History, Politics, Religion, and Human Rights. Bangkok: Institute of Asian Studies, Chulalongkorn University.

NGO narratives in the global public sphere. (2011). The International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations. Illinois: Common Ground.

Wendy S. Hesford, Spectacular Rhetorics: Human Rights Visions, Recognitions, Feminisms.  International Journal of Communication 5. (2011).

Thai nationalism and the crisis of the colonised self.  The South and SoutheastAsia Culture and Religion Journal.Vol. IV. pp. 98-112. (2010).