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Living with HIV in Post-Crisis Times: Beyond the End Game

Datum
21. Okto­ber Okto­ber 2021 

Book Launch: Liv­ing with HIV in Post-Cri­sis Times: Beyond the End Game, edit­ed by Dr. David A.B. Murray.


Cen­tre for Fem­i­nist Research at York Uni­ver­si­ty.  
 
Book Launch: Liv­ing with HIV in Post-Cri­sis Times: Beyond the End Game, edit­ed by Dr. David A.B. Mur­ray  
Date: Thurs­day, Octo­ber 21, 2021, Vir­tu­al event 
Time: 1:00pm – 2:30pm EDT ( 6 pm UK time) 
Reg­is­tra­tion: https://yorku.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUudequpjIjGdI1c4Cwle8n7GyHd5f29fQ5 
 
Edi­tor: David A. B. Murray 
 
Con­trib­u­tors: Adia Ben­ton, Clau­dia E. Ordóñez, Colleen Walsh Lang, Jal­li­cia Jol­ly, Jan­ice Gra­ham, Oumy Thion­gane, Pamela Runes­tad, Robert Lor­way, Stephen L. Schen­sul, Vaib­hav Saria, Wesam Hassan 
Over the past decade, effec­tive pre­ven­tion and treat­ment poli­cies have result­ed in glob­al health orga­ni­za­tions claim­ing that the end of the HIV/AIDS cri­sis is near and that HIV/AIDS is now a chron­ic but man­age­able dis­ease. These procla­ma­tions have been accom­pa­nied by stag­nant or decreas­ing pub­lic inter­est in and finan­cial sup­port for peo­ple liv­ing with HIV (PLHIV) and the orga­ni­za­tions that sup­port them, min­i­miz­ing sig­nif­i­cant glob­al dis­par­i­ties in the man­age­ment and con­trol of the HIV pan­dem­ic. The con­trib­u­tors to this edit­ed col­lec­tion explore how diverse com­mu­ni­ties of PLHIV and orga­ni­za­tions that sup­port them are nav­i­gat­ing phys­i­cal, social, polit­i­cal, and eco­nom­ic chal­lenges dur­ing these so-called “post-cri­sis” times.  
 
Join us to hear from the speak­ers and contributors: 
  • Dr. David A.B. Mur­ray, Depart­ment of Anthro­pol­o­gy and School of Gen­der, Sex­u­al­i­ty and Women’s Stud­ies, York University. 
  • Dr. Robert Lor­way, Insti­tute for Glob­al Pub­lic Health, Uni­ver­si­ty of Manitoba 
  • Dr. Adia Ben­ton, Depart­ment of Anthro­pol­o­gy and African Stud­ies Pro­gram, North­west­ern University 
 
The table of con­tent is attached to the email. You can pre­view the book’s intro­duc­tion and first two chap­ters here: