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AIDS (disease)

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Book Jacques Pépin (2021)
The Origins of AIDS. (/isis/citation/CBB084551418/) unapi

Article Michael J. Flexer (2020)
If p0, Then 1: The Impossibility of Thinking Out Cases. History of the Human Sciences (pp. 175-197). (/isis/citation/CBB601183479/) unapi

Article Tasleem J Padamsee (2020)
Fighting an Epidemic in Political Context: Thirty-Five Years of HIV/AIDS Policy Making in the United States. Social History of Medicine (pp. 1001-1028). (/isis/citation/CBB175960205/) unapi

Article Janet Weston; Virginia Berridge (2020)
AIDS Inside and Out: HIV/AIDS and Penal Policy in Ireland and England & Wales in the 1980s and 1990s. Social History of Medicine (pp. 247-267). (/isis/citation/CBB869671221/) unapi

Article Julia Cummiskey (2020)
Early AIDS Research in Rakai: Ugandan Experiences and Expertise in the Creation of the African AIDS Paradigm. International Journal of African Historical Studies (pp. 1-26). (/isis/citation/CBB786980483/) unapi

Article Reiko Kanazawa (2020)
Disease in a Debt Crisis: Financing Global Health, Development and AIDS between WHO and World Bank, 1978–87. Medical History (pp. 303-324). (/isis/citation/CBB495638616/) unapi

Article Charles E. Rosenberg (2020)
What Is an Epidemic? AIDS in Historical Perspective. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (pp. 563-577). (/isis/citation/CBB863207457/) unapi

Article Mariola Espinosa (2020)
Revisiting "What Is an Epidemic?" in the Time of COVID-19: Lessons from the History of Latin American Public Health. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (pp. 627-636). (/isis/citation/CBB636758077/) unapi

Article Shane Doyle (2020)
Pandemics and soft power: HIV/AIDS and Uganda on the global stage. Journal of Global History (pp. 478-492). (/isis/citation/CBB512383773/) unapi

Article Ketil Slagstad (2020)
The Amphibious Nature of AIDS Activism: Medical Professionals and Gay and Lesbian Communities in Norway, 1975–87. Medical History (pp. 401-435). (/isis/citation/CBB683056337/) unapi

Book Frank M. Snowden (2019)
Epidemics and Society: From the Black Death to the Present. (/isis/citation/CBB694307322/) unapi

Thesis Johanna Folland; Eley, Geoff (2019)
Globalizing Socialist Health: Africa, East Germany, and the AIDS Crisis. (/isis/citation/CBB557245604/) unapi

Book Lukas Engelmann (2018)
Mapping AIDS: Visual Histories of an Enduring Epidemic. (/isis/citation/CBB145222575/) unapi

Article Alfred Montoya (December 2018)
The Force of Absent Things: HIV/AIDS, PEPFAR Vietnam, and the Afterlife of Aid. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (pp. 393-415). (/isis/citation/CBB207084143/) unapi

Book Samuel Kline Cohn Jr. (2018)
Epidemics: Hate and Compassion from the Plague of Athens to AIDS. (/isis/citation/CBB325866388/) unapi

Article Nokuthula Hlabangane (2018)
Can a Methodology Subvert the Logics of its Principal? Decolonial Meditations. Perspectives on Science (pp. 658-693). (/isis/citation/CBB850243377/) unapi

Book Katie Batza (2018)
Before AIDS: Gay Health Politics in the 1970s. (/isis/citation/CBB425325889/) unapi

Book Avram Finkelstein (2017)
After Silence: A History of AIDS through Its Images. (/isis/citation/CBB549422522/) unapi

Chapter Guillaume Lachenal (2017)
The Cultural Politics of an African AIDS Vaccine: The Vanhivax Controversy in Cameroon, 2001-2011. (pp. 69-98). (/isis/citation/CBB417939545/) unapi

Book Alan Whiteside (2017)
HIV & AIDS: A Very Short Introduction. (/isis/citation/CBB155086702/) unapi


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