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Engaging perspectives on global health and HIV/AIDS research from across social science, biomedicine, and related disciplines, Dialogues aims to bring scholars, researchers, authors, activists, and students into conversation with one another and with their audiences. Our aims with this forum are multiple. First, we seek to create a space in which authors can reflect in an open-ended and conversational way …

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Podcasts of SfAA conference session on HIV

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The Society for Applied Anthropology has begun posting podcasts of selected sessions from the 2009 conference; they include one which may be of particular interest to our readers: “Studies of HIV and STIs in the Western Hemisphere.” The session is divided into two parts, available here and here.

Here’s the abstract for the session:

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