HIV/AIDS in the Nordic region
How did the HIV/AIDS epidemic hit Scandinavia? What were the political and activist responses to the epidemic in the 1980s and 1990s? And how is the HIV preventive drug PrEP experienced and imagined in current medical and social landscapes? These are some of the questions that are investigated in a series of articles in Kvinder, Køn & Forskning's brand new special issue on "Scandinavian HIV/AIDS stories".
We launch the issue at Copenhagen Pride with a glass of cava and a series of short 5-10 minutes presentations by researchers from the University of Copenhagen who have contributed to the special issue, presenting the most important points from their research.
- Postdoc Tobias de Fønss Wung-Sung (Center for Gender, Sexuality and Difference, UCPH): A Danish HIV/AIDS history
- Professor Morten Skovdal (Department of Public Health, UCPH): The workings of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) citizenship amongst queer men in Denmark
- Postdoc Bolette Frydendahl Larsen (Center for Gender, Sexuality and Difference, UCPH): Remembering HIV: Body maps
- Associate Professor Michael Nebeling Petersen (Center for Gender, Sexuality and Difference, UCPH): Danish AIDS campaigns' representation of HIV/AIDS 1983-1996.
Please contact Michael Nebeling Petersen in case you have any questions.