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Lauren Moton Defends Dissertation on

Human Trafficking Intervention Courts and Receives Student Paper Award


Lauren Moton, Senior Research Associate in the Human Exploitation and Resilience program, successfully defended her doctoral dissertation, “The Construction of Victimhood in Human Trafficking Intervention Courts (HTICs).” Her research was funded by the National Science Foundation, American Society of Criminology’s (ASC) Division on Feminist Criminology, and the CUNY Graduate Center, and her paper, “Intersections of Exclusion: An Exploration of the Lived Experiences of Trans Women of Color (TWOC) Sex Workers in New York City,” has been awarded ASC’s Division on People of Color and Crime’s Norman White Outstanding Student Paper Award and the Division on Queer Criminology’s Student Paper Award.

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