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Earthquake in Haiti: The Pornography of Poverty and the Politics of Development Paperback – 1 Jan 2015
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About the Author
Julian Vigo is a scholar and filmmaker who has worked in the fields of ethnography, media studies, critical theory, gender studies, and visual culture and has taught at universities throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Julian Vigo is also a permaculturalist, dj, yogi and human rights activist.
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Whether it be poverty, wars or natural disasters, ...
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Whether it be poverty, wars or natural disasters, the traffickers are ever present. Thank you Julian for daring to go where few have had the courage to dare.