Max Waltman, Sweden. Professor Waltman has published on legal challenges to sexual exploitation (prostitution/trafficking), and on legal challenges to pornography and its association to sex inequality and gender-based violence. He has been consulted by legislative bodies domestically and abroad, and works with prostitution/trafficking survivors and feminist groups on policy initiatives. His work covers Canada, Sweden, the United States, and international law. Waltman’s research has been published by Harvard J. Law & Gender, Political Research Quarterly, Michigan J. Int'l Law, and Women’s Studies Int’l Forum. His op-eds have appeared in New York Times, Toronto Star, in Swedish daily newspapers (DN, SvD, GP) and on various online news sites. He participates in international conferences and teaches at Stockholm University and Södertörn University. In the past, Waltman has stayed at the University of Michigan Law School as a visiting research scholar. He holds a PhD in political science from Stockholm University. Waltman was recently granted a full-time postdoctoral scholarship from the Swedish Wenner-Gren Foundation for doing research abroad up to three years, starting fall 2016. His visit at Harvard is also supported by the Sweden-America Foundation.