|Title:||Books on South Africa and HIV/AIDS Published 2003-2005|
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Books on South Africa and HIV/AIDS Published 2003-2005
no. ns 2, June 2005
BOOKS ON SOUTH AFRICA AND HIV/AIDS PUBLISHED 2003-2005
Catherine Campbell. Letting Them Die: Why HIV/Aids Prevention Programmes Fail (African Issues). Indiana University Press, 2003.
Nicoli Nattrass. The Moral Economy of Aids in South Africa (Cambridge Africa Collections). Cambridge University Press, 2003.
O. Shisana, E. Hall, K.R. Maluleke et al. The Impact of HIV/Aids on the Health Sector: National Survey of Health Personnel, Ambulatory and Hospitalised Patients and Health Facilities 2002. Pretoria: HSRC Press, 2003.
Kyle Dean Kauffman and David L. Lindauer. Aids and South Africa: The Social Expression of a Pandemic. Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
Liz Walker, Graeme Reid and Morna Cornell. Waiting to Happen: HIV/Aids in South Africa. The Bigger Picture. Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2004.
Linda Richter, Julie Manegold and Riashnee Pather. Family and Community Interventions for Children Affected by AIDS. Pretoria: HSRC Press, 2004.
Jim Wooten. We Are All the Same: A Story of a Boy's Courage and a Mother's Love. Penguin Press, 2004.
Adam Ashforth. Witchcraft, Violence, and Democracy in South Africa. University of Chigaco Press, 2005.
Edwin Cameron. Witness to AIDS. Cape Town: Tafelberg Publishers, 2005.
Harriet Deacon, Inez Stephney and Sandra Prosalendis. Understanding HIV/Aids Stigma: A Theoretical and Methodological Analysis. Pretoria: HSRC Press, 2005.
Salim Karim and Quarraisha Karim (eds). HIV/AIDS in South Africa. CambridgeUniversity Press. (Release date: May 21, 2005).
Nobantu Rasebotsa and Meg Samuelson (eds). Nobody Ever Said Aids: Poems and Stories from Southern Africa. Kwela Books, 2005.
Olive Shisana, Karl Peltzer, Nompumelelo Zungu-Dirwayi and Julia Louw (eds). The Health of Our Educators: A Focus on HIV/Aids in South African Public Schools. Pretoria: HSRC Press, 2005.
Liz Walker and Graeme Reid (eds). Men Behaving Differently: South African Men Since 1994. Double Storey Books, 2005.
Robert Morrell and Linda Richter. Ubaba? Men and Fatherhood in South Africa. Pretoria: Human Science Research Council, 2005.
Vanessa Noble is currently completing her Ph.D. in the Joint Program of History and Women's Studies at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. She obtained her master's degree in history at the University of Natal in Durban, South Africa in 1999. Her present research focuses on the social and political history of black medical students in South Africa (particularly those trained at the University of Natal Medical School) during the apartheid period.
1. These works are selected from a much broader collection of recent publications on the challenge of HIV/AIDS in South Africa.
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