2009 | The Symptoms of Public Health Policy: Invisible Injuries, the Gendered Body, and the Law

Event Title

The Invisible Injuries of HIV/AIDS: What the Law Overlooks in Domestic Violence, Sex Work, and HIV Testing

Presenter Information

Jane Stoever
Svati Shah
Matthew Pierce

Location

Duke Law School

Start Date

27-2-2009 11:15 AM

End Date

27-2-2009 12:00 PM

Description

Jane Stoever, Director of the Domestic Violence Clinic, American University, Washington College of Law “The Presence of HIV/AIDS in the Domestic Violence Context”

• Svati Shah, postdoctoral fellow, Duke University “Sex Work, Criminalization, and Public Health in India’s Informal Sectors”

• Matthew Pierce, postdoctoral fellow, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill “Opting Out of the Opt-in/Opt-out Distinction in HIV Testing”

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Feb 27th, 11:15 AM Feb 27th, 12:00 PM

The Invisible Injuries of HIV/AIDS: What the Law Overlooks in Domestic Violence, Sex Work, and HIV Testing

Duke Law School

Jane Stoever, Director of the Domestic Violence Clinic, American University, Washington College of Law “The Presence of HIV/AIDS in the Domestic Violence Context”

• Svati Shah, postdoctoral fellow, Duke University “Sex Work, Criminalization, and Public Health in India’s Informal Sectors”

• Matthew Pierce, postdoctoral fellow, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill “Opting Out of the Opt-in/Opt-out Distinction in HIV Testing”