Kathleen Barry, sociologist and feminist activist, is professor emerita of Penn State University. Her first book, Female Sexual Slavery (1979), launched a global movement against traffic in women. She wrote Prostitution of Sexuality (1995), and her latest book, Unmaking War, Remaking Men: How Empathy Can Reshape Our Politics, Our Soldier and Ourselves, was published in 2011.
The author, long active in global human rights, argues that the time is ripe for a UN treaty to bolster ongoing efforts to end prostitution. More »
The author of "Unmaking War, Remaking Men" writes that the behavior in Afghanistan of alleged killer Robert Bales was anything but unexpected. More »
The author, professor emerita of Penn State University, describes the culture that produced the recent scandal—and suggests a path to a needed focus on the victims of such abuse. More »