3-1055
EVIDENCE AND THE ENDS OF AIDS: SCIENCE, DISCOURSE, AND POLITICS AT THE END OF THE TREATMENT SCALE-UP ERA
Share |

Reviewed By: Society for Medical Anthropology
Thursday, November 17, 2016: 4:00 PM-5:45 PM

Abstract is available to registrants only. Please log in or register to view abstract text.

This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Students
Organizers:  Nora J. Kenworthy (University of Washington, Bothell) and Matthew A Thomann (Columbia University)
Chairs:  Richard G Parker (Columbia University)
Discussants:  Vinh-Kim Nguyen (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies Geneva)
4:15 PM
Queering the Evidence: Remaking Homosexuality and HIV Risk to ‘End Aids’ in East Africa
Eileen M Moyer (University of Amsterdam), David Bukusi (University of Amsterdam), Emmy Kageha Igonya (University of Amsterdam) and Lucy Mung'ala (University of Amsterdam)
5:00 PM
Temporality and Positive Living in the Age of HIV/AIDS
Thurka Sangaramoorthy (University of Maryland, College Park)
5:15 PM
From a Global Crisis to the “End of Aids”: New Epidemics of Signification
Nora J. Kenworthy (University of Washington, Bothell) and Richard G Parker (Columbia University)
5:30 PM
Discussant
Vinh-Kim Nguyen (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies Geneva)