Smith. She teaches courses on gender, law and public policy,... trafficking, sexual harassment, and reproductive justice. She holds a B.A.... Carrie N. Baker

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Carrie N. Baker is an Assistant Professor in the Program for the Study of Women and Gender at
Smith. She teaches courses on gender, law and public policy, including topical courses on sex
trafficking, sexual harassment, and reproductive justice. She holds a B.A. in Philosophy from
Yale University and an M.A., J.D. and Ph.D. in Women’s Studies from Emory University. Her
primary areas of research are women’s legal history, gender and public policy, and women’s
social movements. Her work has been published in several journals, including Feminist
Studies and the Journal of Women’s History, and her book, The Women's Movement Against
Sexual Harassment (Cambridge University Press, 2008), won the National Women’s Studies
Association 2008 Sara A. Whaley book prize. She has also written a feature article on domestic
minor sex trafficking that appeared in the Summer 2010 issue of Ms. magazine and that won the
Jane Velez-Mitchell Journalism Award.
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