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Academic Year 2005/2006
Anthropology of Aids
ANTH 310 SP
This course examines the human dimensions of the global HIV/AIDS epidemic. We will study the disease from its emergence to the present day, including reactions and effects among particularly hard-hit communities,
and scientific establishments, and bodies politic around the world. We will explore the social contexts of the disease's transmission and treatment, and local and international efforts to contain its effects.
Randy Shilts, AND THE BAND PLAYED ON
Philip Setel, A PLAGUE OF PARADOXES
Paul Farmer, AIDS AND ACCUSATION
Cathy Cohen, THE BOUNDARIES OF BLACKNESS
Hung Fan, AIDS, SCIENCE AND SOCIETY
Hector Carrillo, THE
NIGHT IS YOUNG
LATINO GAY MEN AND HIV
MIchelle Lewis Renaud, WOMEN AT THE CROSSROADS
EXAMINATIONS AND ASSIGNMENTS
Weekly reaction papers and one major paper.
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