Beyond Biological Citizenship: HIV/AIDS, Health, and Activism in Europe Reconsidered

Rosengarten, Marsha; Sekuler, Todd; Binder, Beate; Dzuiban, Agata and Baenziger, Peter-Paul. 2021. Beyond Biological Citizenship: HIV/AIDS, Health, and Activism in Europe Reconsidered. Critical Public Health, 31(1), pp. 1-4. ISSN 0958-1596 [Article]

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This special section reflects on the challenges and achievements of HIV/AIDS activism in the historico-political context of the European region. While there is substantial literature on activist-driven policy shifts in the different and, particularly, the early stages of the epidemic, much of this has studied Western Europe. Considerably less attention has been given to the broader European region and its constituent countries, especially those along its economic, social and political peripheries. Against this background, through a series of case-studies from differing disciplinary perspectives, this collection offers insights into the evolving conceptions of state state-citizenship relations in the complex and entangled histories of HIV/AIDS in Europe.

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Sociology > Centre for Study of Invention and Social Process (CSISP) [2003-2015]


10 November 2020Accepted
30 November 2020Published Online
1 March 2021Published

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27 Nov 2020 09:40

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