Gendered epidemic : representations of women in the age of AIDS / edited by Nancy L. Roth and Katie Hogan.

Weaving together theoretical, critical, and practical perspectives, Gendered Epidemic questions the "add women and stir" model that governs most HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment efforts. This collection describes conflicts and contradictions, and poses new theories and practices. Written...

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Other Authors: Roth, Nancy L., 1957-, Hogan, Katie, 1960-
Format: Book
Published: New York : Routledge, 1998.
Table of Contents:
  • Women, Write, AIDS / Cindy Patton
  • Gendered epidemic / Nancy L. Roth and Katie Hogan
  • Ambiguous elements: rethinking the gender/sexuality matrix in an epidemic / John Nguyet Erni
  • Constituting the "clean and proper" body: convergences between abjection and AIDS / Karen Zivi
  • Transmission, transmission, where's the transmission? / Amber Hollibaugh
  • The good and the bad / Carmen Vazquez
  • Fierce fists / Cynthia Madansky
  • A conversation about sex: developing a women-centered approach to HIV prevention / Marion Banzhaf and Chyrell Bellamy
  • Maybe next year: feminist silence and the AIDS epidemic / Paula Treichler and Catherine Warren
  • Scarlett begat Kim: a counter-biography / Carra Lea Hood
  • Gendered visibilities in Black women's AIDS narratives / Katie Hogan
  • The person with AIDS: the body, the feminine, and the NAMES Project Memorial Quilt / Flavia Rando
  • Make a video for me: alternative AIDS video by women / Alexandra Jahasz.