Reading generalised HIV epidemics as a woman
"In this paper, I want to read generalised epidemics as a woman might (Cranny- Francis et al. 2003:120) and to rework the discourse on such epidemics to articulate and include a specifically feminine voice. In using the phrase “reading as a woman”, my aim is not to develop a singular different voice, a universalised, essentialised feminine persona. Rather, it is to explore, in the words of Lorraine Code (1995:155), “whose voices have been audible, and whose muffled, in the articulations of...[Show more]
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