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Special Issue: Focus on Gender and HIV/AIDS

Gender and HIV/AIDS in Africa south of the Sahara: interventions, activism, identities
Debbie Epstein, Robert Morrell, Relebohile Moletsane, Elaine Unterhalter, 1-16 

‘I told them not to love one another!’ Gender, Christianity and the role of adult education in the Ugandan response to HIV/AIDS
Marc Fiedrich, 17-41 

Men, male sexuality and HIV/AIDS: Reflections from studies in rural and urban East Africa
Margrethe Silberschmidt, 42-58 

Living life on the edge: Examining space and sexualities within a township high school in greater Durban, in the context of the HIV epidemic
Alex A. Kent, 59-75 

The Treatment Action Campaign, HIV/AIDS and the government
Zackie Achmat, 76-84

Hope, involvement and vision: reflections on positive women’s activism around HIV
Jo Manchester, 85-103 

AIDS Discourses and the South African State: Government denialism and post-apartheid AIDS policy-making
Mandisa Mbali, 104-122

Masculinities, multiple-sexual-partners, and AIDS: the making and unmaking of Isoka in KwaZulu-Natal
Mark Hunter, 123-153

Interview with Edward Kirumira: Can an Analysis of Social Identity Contribute to Effective Intervention Against the HIV/AIDS Pandemic?
Edward K. Kirumira, Relebohile Molestane, 154-159 

Reviews

The Impact of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic on the Education Sector in sub-Saharan Africa: a synthesis of the findings and recommendations of three country studies (review)
Claudia Mitchell, 160-163

AIDS in the 21st Century: Disease and Globalization (review)
Kerry Cullinan, 164-165 

The Moral Economy of AIDS in South Africa (review)
Tim Quinlan, 166-167