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Author: Vanessa Noble
Title: Books on Africa and HIV/AIDS, 2003-2005
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: MPublishing, University of Michigan Library
June 2005

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Source: Books on Africa and HIV/AIDS, 2003-2005

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Compiled by Vanessa Noble, Ph.D. student in History and Women's Studies, University of Michigan [1]


Tony Barnett and Alan Whiteside. Aids in the Twenty-First Century: Disease and Globalization. 2nd Edition. Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.

Karen M. Booth. Local Women, Global Science: Fighting Aids in Kenya. Indiana University Press, 2003.

Louise M. Bourgault. Playing for Life: Performance in Africa in the Age of Aids. Carolina Academic Press, 2003.

Jayati Ghosh, Ezekiel Kalipeni, Susan Craddock and Joseph R. Oppong (eds). HIV &Aids in Africa: Beyond Epidemiology. Blackwell Publishers, 2003.

Emma Guest. Children of Aids: Africa's Orphan Crisis. 2nd Edition. Pluto Press, 2003.

Susan Hunter. Black Death: Aids in Africa. Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.

Susan Hunter. Who Cares?: Aids in Africa. Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.

Ezekiel Kalipeni, Susan Craddock, Joseph R. Oppong and Jayati Ghosh. HIV & Aids in Africa: Beyond Epidemiology. Blackwell Publishers, 2003.

Gideon Mendel. A Broken Landscape: HIV & Aids in Africa. Blume, 2003.

Arvind Singhal and W. Stephen Howard. The Children of Africa Confront Aids: From Vulnerability to Possibility (Research in International Studies. Africa Series No, 80). Ohio University Press, 2003.


Frank Ham. Aids in Africa: How did it Ever Happen? Kachere Series, 2004.

Colleen O'Manique. Neoliberalism and the Aids Crisis in Sub-Saharan Africa (International Political Economy Series). Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.

Nana K. Poku and Alan Whiteside. The Political Economy of Aids in Africa (Global Health). Ashgate Publishing, 2004.


Amy S. Patterson. The African State and the Aids Crisis (Global Health). Ashgate, 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 recent books are selected from a much broader collection of recent publiscations on HIV/AIDS and Africa.

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