Tag: AIDS

The century of pandemics. A conversation with Mark Honigsbaum

Mark Honigsbaum , January 19th, 2022


Medical historian Mark Honigsbaum speaks of a “century of pandemics” that stretches from the Spanish flu of 1918 to our Corona-related present. In an interview with Philipp Sarasin,…


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Steve Black on his book, Speech and Song at the Margins of Global Health

| , September 14th, 2020


Interview by Yeon-Ju Bae https://www.rutgersuniversitypress.org/speech-and-song-at-the-margins-of-global-health/9780813597713 Yeon-Ju Bae: How did you become interested in the South African gospel ch…


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In the Journals – Prisons and Pandemics

allisontedesco , July 13th, 2020


Prisoners’ Round by Vincent Van Gogh via wikimedia Welcome back to In the Journals! My name is Ally, I am a graduate student beginning a Master’s in Anthropology at…


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Weltgesundheitspolitik zwischen Panik und Verdrängung

Thomas Zimmer , June 17th, 2020


Inmitten der Corona-Pandemie steckt die Weltgesundheitsorganisation WHO in der Krise. Ihr Schicksal hängt davon ab, ob sich die wohlhabendsten Staaten der Erde zu einem nachhaltigen Engagement für die…


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„AIDS ist auch nicht mehr, was es mal war“. Was aus der Bedrohung durch HIV im 21. Jahrhundert geworden ist

Henning Tümmers , September 4th, 2019


Die Vereinten Nationen wollen der Erkrankung Aids bis 2030 weltweit ein Ende bereiten. Ist das realistisch? Ein Blick auf die Bundesrepublik offenbart Hindernisse, die dem wünschenswerten Ziel „Kein…


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Epistemologies of Equilibrium Must Fall: Thinking beyond the many turns in Anthropology

Decolonizing Anthropology , August 9th, 2016


This entry is part 13 of 13 in the Decolonizing Anthropology series. By Nokuthula Hlabangane “Modernity will never again, up to the present, ask existentially or philosophically for…


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Public Anthropology

Edward J. Hedican , March 4th, 2016


To mark the publication of Public Anthropology: Engaging Social Issues in the Modern World, the author, Edward J. Hedican, provides us with a few thoughts on the impetus…


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World STI and HIV Congress day 3

Paul Mason , September 15th, 2015


A summary of the third day of the World STI and HIV congress in Brisbane, Australia. Read on… Tuesday, 15 September 2015 Plenary Talks today were delivered by Raphael Valdivia, Jane Hocking,…


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World STI & HIV Congress day 2

Paul Mason , September 14th, 2015


A summary of the second day of the World STI and HIV congress in Brisbane, Australia. Read on… Morning Session on Publishing and Grant Writing for early career…


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Joint World STI & HIV & ASHM Congress

Paul Mason , September 13th, 2015


The World STI and HIV congress and Australasian HIV and AIDS conference are happening back to back this week. Delegates have come from all around the world to attend…


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STI, HIV, AIDS, TB, conferences of this month

Paul Mason , August 6th, 2015


The Joint World STI & HIV & ASHM Congress starts on Sunday 13 September 2015 at the Brisbance Convention Centre! That’s today (in local time)!!! It is the first time the International So…


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Rezension zu ‚Scrambling for Africa‘ von Johanna T. Crane

Konstantin Biehl , July 16th, 2015


Rezension zu: Johanna Taylor Crane 2013 Scrambling for Africa: AIDS, Expertise, and the Rise of American Global Health Science. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press   Johanna Crane beschreibt…


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