Tryon P. Woods teaches Crime & Justice Studies at the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, Africana Studies at Brown University, and Black Studies at Providence College. His research addresses the sexual violence of antiblackness, both within U.S. politics and legal discourse, and within the leading discourses on globalization and post-colonialism in Africa.
The sadism of anti-trafficking and the erasure of racial slavery
This debate has failed to engage with the enduring structure of racial slavery. As representations of African...
Slavery’s afterlife in the Euro-Mediterranean basin
Invisible to even the most progressive Europeans, antiblackness is the foundation from which to understand the...
The antiblackness of 'modern-day slavery' abolitionism
Antiblack racism underwrites the contemporary movement against “modern-day slavery.” The anti-slavery movement is...