Monday, October 21, 2013
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM

Indiana University, Bloomington

107 S. Indiana Avenue
Bloomington, Indiana

Fariba Nawa will spend five days speaking to lecture halls, classes and cultural centers about a variety of topics she has written about and worked on during her career. Subjects include sex trafficking, domestic violence, drug trafficking, investigative reporting, and representation of Islamic societies in the media. The following is a schedule of her talks on the IU campus.

-Digging Deep in the Drug Trade: Investigative Reporting Abroad, open to public

Monday, 10/21/2013  7 – 9 PM Ernie Pyle Hall

-Sex Trafficking and Drugs: How They Intersect, a luncheon with faculty/students

Tuesday, 10/22/2013  12 PM – 1:30 PM Center for the Study of Global Change

-Women in Foreign Correspondence: Challenges and Triumphs

Tuesday, 10/22/2013 2:30 to 4 PM Reporting a Global World journalism class

-Representation of Islamic Societies in the Media: How to Avoid the Pitfalls, a luncheon with honor students

Wednesday, 12/23/2013  12 PM – 1:30 PM, Hutton Honors College

-Domestic Violence in Immigrant Communities: Stories from California

Thursday, 12/24/2013  2:30 to 4 PM, Sex Trafficking class with student activists

-Afghanistan’s Sex Trade: the Story of Darya

Thursday, 12/24/2013  5 – 6 PM International Studies class on human trafficking 

-Afghanistan, Women, and Heroin

Thursday, 12/24/2013  7 – 8 PM Asian Cultural Center, open to public