The Journal of Global South Studies is a probing scholarly journal that examines development problems and issues as well as pioneering efforts in the developing world. It is an interdisciplinary journal that explores current and historic issues facing the Global South region of the world, including economic, political, social, military, and international relationships.
Vol. 40 No. 1 (2023): Special Issue on Human Trafficking
Sun, Sand, Sex, and Safari
The Interplay of Sex Tourism and Global Inequalities in Africa’s Tourism Industry
Despite the increasing visibility of sex in Africa’s tourism industry, the continent is typically neglected in global narratives about sex...
Human Trafficking in the Caribbean
Developing Caribbean-Centered Ways to Fight the Crime
Human trafficking is a problem that has existed throughout time and in every corner of the world. Its causes and solutions are complex and...
Comparative Analysis of Human Trafficking in Caribbean and African Islands from the Annual Trafficking in Persons Report
This chapter will examine trends in human trafficking in Caribbean and African islands over the past five years as documented in the US...
Modern Anti-Trafficking Legislation and Harmful Traditional Practices
Haiti’s Restavek System
This article presents a historical and contemporary overview of child domestic servitude in Haiti and an analysis of legislation that protects...
Paradoxes and Anomalies in Caribbean Anti-Trafficking Law and Practice
This article critically assesses existing state practices on human trafficking in the Caribbean. More specifically, through analysis of...
Theorizing Human Trafficking and Unfree Labor
In this article, we are dealing with human trafficking for reasons of labor exploitation. For us, it is important to look at the historicity of...
Kamga, Serges Djoyou. The Right to Development in Africa: Issues, Constraints, and Prospects.
Levin, Ayala. Architecture and Development: Israeli Construction in Sub-Saharan Africa and Settler Colonial Imagination, 1958–1973.
Munene, Ishmael, ed. Ensuring All Children Learn: Lessons from the South on What Works in Equity and Inclusion.
Tounsel, Christopher. Chosen Peoples: Christianity and Political Imagination in South Sudan.
Blanchard, Peter. Fearful Vassals: Urban Elite Loyalty in the Viceroyalty of Río de la Plata, 1776–1810.
Klubock, Thomas Miller. Ránquil: Rural Rebellion, Political Violence, and Historical Memory in Chile.
Larson, Carolyne R. The Conquest of the Desert: Argentina’s Indigenous Peoples and the Battle for History.
Padilla, Tanalís. Unintended Lessons of Revolution: Student Teachers and Political Radicalism in Twentieth Century Mexico.
Murphy, Dawn C. China’s Rise in the Global South: The Middle East, Africa, and Beijing’s Alternative World Order.