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Book Jacques P├ępin (2021)
The Origins of AIDS. (/isis/citation/CBB084551418/) unapi

Chapter Betsey Behr Brada (2021)
Narrowed Passages, Increased Pressures: Adult Hypertension and Paediatric Hiv in Botswana. (pp. 298-321). (/isis/citation/CBB856890161/) unapi

Book Jose Catalan; Barbara Hedge; Damien Ridge (2020)
HIV in the UK: Voices from the Epidemic. (/isis/citation/CBB023067137/) unapi

Article Clay Davis (December 2020)
Homo adhaerens: Risk and adherence in biomedical HIV prevention research. Social Studies of Science (pp. 860-880). (/isis/citation/CBB559629478/) 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 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 P. Wenzel Geissler; Ruth J. Prince (2020)
Layers of Epidemy: Present Pasts During the First Weeks of COVID-19 in Western Kenya. Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (pp. 248-256). (/isis/citation/CBB437749650/) unapi

Book Frank M. Snowden (2019)
Epidemics and Society: From the Black Death to the Present. (/isis/citation/CBB694307322/) 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 Renilde Loeckx (2017)
Cold War Triangle: How Scientists in East and West Tamed HIV. (/isis/citation/CBB891292434/) unapi

Article Aaron T. Norton (October 2017)
Foreskin and the molecular politics of risk. Social Studies of Science (pp. 655-680). (/isis/citation/CBB510383345/) unapi

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

Chapter Monica H. Green; Michael Petraglia; Nicole Boivin; et al. (2017)
The Globalisations of Disease. (pp. 494-520). (/isis/citation/CBB185533457/) unapi

Book Richard Andrew McKay (2017)
Patient Zero and the Making of the Aids Epidemic. (/isis/citation/CBB093085222/) unapi

Book Kenneth Maes (2016)
The Lives of Community Health Workers: Local Labor and Global Health in Urban Ethiopia. (/isis/citation/CBB528353819/) unapi

Article Jenna M. Grant (April 2016)
From subjects to relations: Bioethics and the articulation of postcolonial politics in the Cambodia Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis trial. Social Studies of Science (pp. 236-258). (/isis/citation/CBB531101853/) unapi

Article Adam Isaiah Green (April 2016)
Keeping gay and bisexual men safe: The arena of HIV prevention science and praxis. Social Studies of Science (pp. 210-235). (/isis/citation/CBB306798345/) unapi

Book K. Pienaar (2016)
Politics in the Making of HIV/AIDS in South Africa. (/isis/citation/CBB593288041/) unapi


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