This World AIDS Day, Paul Attinello explores perspectives on how we think and talk about HIV/AIDS, and his own thinking over the last four decades. 1 December has been World AIDS Day since 1989.
Second Chances: Surviving AIDS in Uganda edited by Susan Reynold Whyte (Duke University Press, 2014). Second Chances: Surviving AIDS in Uganda is an account of the lives of the first generation of people to experience
‘AIDS: Don’t Die of Prejudice’ by Norman Fowler (Biteback Publishing, 2014) AIDS: Don’t Die of Prejudice by Norman Fowler draws heavily on the author’s personal experience both at the height of the AIDS crisis
‘Alternative Medicine’ by Rafael Campo (Duke University Press, 2013) Rafael Campo’s sixth poetry anthology, Alternative Medicine, is not about alternative medicine in the sense of ‘traditional medicines’; rather the Alternative Medicine to which the title
‘Love, Money and HIV: Becoming a Modern African Woman in the Age of AIDS’ by Sanyu A. Mojola (University of California Press, 2014) In Love, Money and HIV: Becoming A Modern African Woman in the