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2017 Elona Toska, Lucie D. Cluver, Marija Pantelic, and Rebecca Hodes To know or not to know? HIV-status disclosure and protective sexual practices among adolescent girls and boys in South Africa ASRU Working paper
2017 Rebecca Hodes Too many rights? Reproductive freedom in post-apartheid South Africa ASRU Working paper
2017 Elona Toska , Marija Pantelic , Franziska Meinck , Katharina Keck , Roxanna Haghighat , Lucie Cluver Sex in the shadow of HIV: A systematic review of prevalence, risk factors, and interventions to reduce sexual risk-taking among HIV-positive adolescents and youth in sub-Saharan Africa ASRU Journal article
2016 Robert Morrell and Lindsay Clowes The Emergence of Gender Scholarship in South Africa – reflections on Southern Theory ASRU Working paper
2016 Rebecca Hodes and Robert Morrell South African Social Science in the Global HIV/AIDS Knowledge Domain ASRU Working paper
2016 Toska, E. Cluver L. Boyes, M. Isaacsohn, M. Hodes, R. Sherr, L. School, supervision and adolescent-sensitive clinic services: combination social protection and reduced unprotected sex among HIV-positive adolescents in South Africa ASRU Journal article
2016 Toska, E. Gittings, L. Hodes, R. Cluver, L.D. Govender, K. Chademana, K. E. Gutiérrez, V.E. Resourcing resilience: social protection for HIV prevention amongst children and adolescents in Eastern and Southern Africa ASRU Journal article
2016 Hodes, R. Toska, E. Gittings, L Babies for bling: Are teenage girls having children to access grants? ASRU Journal article
2016 Cluver, L. D. Toska, E. Orkin M. Meinck. F. Hodes, R. Yakubovich, A. and Sherr, L. Achieving equity in HIV-treatment outcomes: can social protection improve adolescent ART-adherence in South Africa? ASRU Journal article
2016 Nicoli Nattrass, Rebecca Hodes and Lucie Cluver Changing donor funding and the challenges of integrated HIV treatment ASRU Journal article
2016 Rebecca Hodes The Culture of Illegal Abortion in South Africa ASRU Chapter in book
2015 Lesley Gittings Community care worker approaches to working with HIV-positive male clients in Cape Town, South Africa ASRU Working paper
2015 Cluver L, Hodes R, Toska Elona, Kidia Khameer, Sex and secrecy: how HIV status disclosure affects safe sex among HIV – positive adolescents. ASRU Journal article
2015 Cluver, L, R. Hodes, L. Sherr, F. M. Orkin, F. Meinck, P. Lim ah Ken, N. Winder-Rossi, J. Wolfe, M. Vicari, Social Protection: Potential for improving HIV outcomes among adolescents ASRU Journal article
2015 Geffen N, Aagaard P; Gorbellie GM; Meulbroek M; Peavy D; Rappoport C; Schwarze S; Collins Simon Community perspective on the INSIGHT strategic timing of antiretroviral treatment (START) trial ASRU Journal article
2015 Hodes, R, Schumaker Lyn Science and Scandal: An Introduction ASRU Journal article
2015 Hodes, R. Kink and the colony: sexual deviance in the medical history of South Africa c. 1893-1939 ASRU Journal article
2015 Lucie D. Cluvera, Rebecca J. Hodes , Elona Toska , Khameer K. Kidiad , F. Mark Orkina, Lorraine Sherrf and Franziska Meincka ‘HIV is like a tsotsi. ARVs are your guns’: associations between HIV-disclosure and adherence to antiretroviral treatment among adolescents in South Africa ASRU Journal article
2015 Rebecca Hodes HIV on Documentary Television in Post-Apartheid South Africa ASRU Chapter in book
2014 Nattrass, N. and J. Seekings Job Destruction in Newcastle: Minimum Wage Setting and Low-Wage Employment in the South African Clothing Industry ASRU Journal article
2014 Nattrass, N Millennium Development Goal 6: AIDS and the International Health Agenda ASRU Journal article
2014 Rebecca Hodes Broadcasting the Pandemic: A History of HIV on South African Television ASRU Book
2014 Rebecca Hodes Ancestors and Antiretrovirals: The Biopolitics of HIV/AIDS in Post-Apartheid South Africa and Breaking the Silence: South African Representations of HIV/AIDS: Review ASRU Journal article
2014 Rebecca Hodes Dubul’ ijuda: Shoot the Jew ASRU Journal article
2014 Eduard Grebe Civil society and the state in Uganda’s AIDS response ASRU Working paper
2014 Rebecca Hodes ‘“Kink” and the colony: sexual deviance in the medical history of South Africa, c. 1893–1939’ (forthcoming) ASRU Journal article
2014 Clara Rubincam Alternative explanations about HIV and AIDS: re-examining distrust among young adults in Cape Town, South Africa ASRU Working paper
2014 Rebecca Hodes 'Kink' and the colony: sexual deviance in the medical history of South Africa ASRU Conference presentation
2014 Clara Rubincam Peer educators’ responses to mistrust and confusion about HIV and AIDS science in Khayelitsha, South Africa ASRU Working paper
2014 Rebecca Hodes Promoting Adolescent Antiretroviral Adherence and Sexual and Reproductive Health Uptake: Interim Findings from the Mzantsi Wakho study in the Eastern Cape of South Africa ASRU Conference presentation
2014 Nattrass, N. and V. Varma. Macroeconomics Simplified: An Introduction to Keynesian and Neo-Classical Macroeconomic Systems ASRU Book
2014 Collins,Simon and Nathan Geffen Community Views: Balancing the Public Health Benefits of Earlier Antiretroviral Treatment with the Implications for Individual Patients - Perspectives from the Community ASRU Journal article
2014 Nattrass, N The South African Variety of Capitalism’ ASRU Chapter in book
2014 Eduard Grebe and Marcus Low Transnational mobilisation on access to medicines: The global movement around the imatinib mesylate case and its roots in the AIDS movement ASRU Working paper
2014 Geffen, N., Robinson M., Venter, F. and Low, M One size doesn’t fit all: Tailoring adult antiretroviral treatment ASRU Journal article
2014 Nicoli Nattrass Deconstructing Profitability under Apartheid: 1960–1989 ASRU Journal article
2014 Wienand, Annabelle &Santu Mofokeng Alternative Ways of Seeing (1996-2013) ASRU Journal article
2014 Nicoli Nattrass Macro-economic visions and the labour-market question ASRU Chapter in book
2014 Nattrass, N A South African Variety of Capitalism ASRU Journal article
2014 Nattrass, N Meeting the Challenge of Unemployment? ASRU Journal article
2013 Nathan Geffen South Africans are living longer: Antiretroviral treatment vindicated ASRU Journal article
2013 Nicoli Nattrass The South African Variety of Capitalism ASRU Chapter in book
2013 G.Oberth and P.Tucker Count Us In:The need for more comprehensive global data on HIV/AIDS prevention,testing and knowledge among LGBT populations ASRU Chapter in book
2013 Rebecca Hodes The Medical History of Abortion in South Africa, c. ASRU Journal article
2013 Gabrielle Kelly Regulating access to the disability grant in South Africa, 1990-2013 ASRU Working paper
2013 Rebecca Hodes You know what a bad person you are? HIV, abortion and reproductive healthcare for women in South Africa ASRU Chapter in book
2013 Nicoli Nattrass MDG6: AIDS and the Moral Economy of International Health Policy ASRU Working paper
2013 Nathan Geffen World Health Organization guidelines should not change the CD4 count threshold for antiretroviral therapy initiation ASRU Journal article
2013 Catherine Jury and Nicoli Nattrass Parental presence within households and the impact of antiretroviral therapy in Khayelitsha,Cape Town ASRU Journal article
2013 Rehana Kader,S.Seedat, Rajen Govender, J.R.Koch and C.D.Parry Hazardous and Harmful use of Alcohol and / or Other Drugs and Health Status Among South African Patients Attending HIV Clinics ASRU Journal article
2013 Nicoli Nattrass Understanding the origins and prevalence of AIDS conspirancy beliefs in the United States and South Africa ASRU Journal article
2013 Nicoli Nattrass US Foreign Aid and the African AIDS epidemic ASRU Journal article
2013 Nicoli Nattrass A South African Variety of Capitalism? ASRU Journal article
2013 Annabelle Wienand David Goldblatt: In times of AIDS ASRU Journal article
2012 Annabelle Wienand Potraits,Publics and Politics:Gisele Wulfsohn's photographs of HIV/AIDS,1987-2007 ASRU Journal article
2012 Harriet Deacon and Kirsten Thomson The Social Penis. Traditional Male Circumcision and Initiation in Southern Africa, 1800-2000: A Literature Review ASRU Working paper
2012 Sarah Harper The Fungibility of Aid Earmarked for HIV/AIDS Control Programs ASRU, SSU Journal article
2012 Chris Desmond Priority setting and HIV/AIDS: Formulas and Processes ASRU Working paper
2012 Eduard Grebe Global advocacy in an era of resource constraints and shifting global priorities ASRU Incidental paper
2012 Elizabeth Vale ‘You must make a plan or [...] some story’: Community Health Workers’ Re- appropriation of the Care Manual ASRU Working paper
2012 Nicoli Nattrass Understanding the origins and prevalence of AIDS conspiracy beliefs in the United States and Soth Africa ASRU Journal article
2012 Elizabeth Vale ‘Looking for greener pastures’: Locating Care in the Life Histories of Community Health Workers ASRU Working paper
2012 Amy Nunn,Samuel Dickman,Nicoli Nattrass,Alexandra Cornwall and Sofia Gruskin The impacts of AIDS movements on the policy responses to HIV/AIDS in Brazil and South Africa: A Comparative analysis ASRU Journal article
2012 Elizabeth Vale ‘I know this person. Why must I go to him?’ Techniques of Authority Among Community Health Workers in Cape Town ASRU Working paper
2012 Jacquilene Marshall How does being a student in a tertiary educational institution influence condom use in the Western Cape? ASRU Working paper
2011 Paul L. Cichello, Colin Almeleh, Liberty Mncube, and Morne Oosthuizen Perceived Barriers to Entry into Self-employment in Khayelitsha, South Africa: Crime, Risk, and Start-up Capital Dominate Profit Concerns ASRU Working paper
2011 Rebecca Hodes, Jennifer Thorpe and Orly Stern Structure and Agency in the Politics of a Women’s Rights Coalition in South Africa: The Making of the South African Sexual Offences Act, 2007 ASRU Research report
2011 Eduard Grebe and Minka Woermann Institutions of Integrity and the Integrity of Institutions: Integrity and ethics in the politics of developmental leadership ASRU Research report
2011 Rebecca Hodes and Anna Grimsrud The antiretroviral moratorium in the Free State Province of South Africa: Contributing factors and implications ASRU Working paper
2011 Rebecca Hodes and Trude Holm Naimak Piloting ART in South Africa: the role of partnerships in the Western Cape’s provincial roll-out ASRU Working paper
2011 Eduard Grebe and Nicoli Nattrass AIDS Conspiracy Beliefs and Unsafe Sex in Cape Town ASRU Journal article
2011 Matthew MacDevette Needling the entitlement balloon: Assumptions, cost projections and flaws in the Centre for Global Development’s AIDSCost model ASRU Working paper
2011 Matthew MacDevette Disease burden, proportionality and the AIDS funding debate – Towards clarity on whether the world is spending ‘too much’ on HIV/AIDS ASRU Working paper
2011 Eduard Grebe The Treatment Action Campaign's Struggle for AIDS Treatment in South Africa: Coalition-building Through Networks ASRU Journal article
2011 Eduard Grebe Complexity and the human sciences: beyond reductionism and relativism ASRU Conference presentation
2011 Rebecca Hodes The Making of South Africa’s Sexual Offences Act (2007): Structure and Agency in a Women's Rights Coalition ASRU Working paper
2011 Brendan Maughan-Brown, Atheender Venkataramani, Nicoli Nattrass, Jeremy Seekings and Alan Whiteside A cut above the rest: Traditional Male Circumcision and HIV Risk Among Xhosa men in Cape Town, South Africa ASRU Journal article
2010 Timothy L. Mah Prevalence and Correlates of Concurrent Sexual Partnerships Among Young People in South Africa ASRU Journal article
2010 Fidelis Hove Using cross country panel regression analysis to relook at the relationship between armed conflict and HIV prevalence in Africa ASRU Working paper
2010 Rebecca Hodes 'It's a beautiful struggle': Siyayinqoba/Beat It! and the HIV/AIDS treatment struggle on South African television ASRU Chapter in book
2010 Letsema Mbayi The Impact of a Pro-Male Circumcision (MC) Approach towards an HIV/AIDS Prevention Strategy in Botswana ASRU Working paper
2010 Joanne Wreford Loosening the Bonds of Historical Prejudice: Traditional Practitioners as Agents of Reconciliation and Change in Contemporary South Africa ASRU Chapter in book
2010 Claire Allan Is the backlash against AIDS-specific funding justified? An examination of the health systems impacts of AIDS spending and a critical review of proposed alternative funding methods ASRU Working paper
2010 Benjamin Stanwix The Story of HIV/TB – The Terrible Twins ASRU Working paper
2010 Hanne Jensen Haricharan ‘Let Me Be Quiet’: The Dilemma of HIV Disclosure ASRU Working paper
2010 Rebecca Hodes Televising Treatment: The Political Struggle for Antiretrovirals on South African Television ASRU Journal article
2010 Keeletsang Heather Warren HIV and Male Circumcision in Swaziland, Botswana and Lesotho: An Econometric Analysis ASRU Working paper
2010 Nicoli Nattrass and Eduard Grebe Prevalence and determinants of AIDS conspiracy and AIDS denialist beliefs and implications for risky sexual behaviour among young adults in Cape Town, South Africa ASRU Conference presentation
2010 Rebecca Hodes and Anna Grimsrud Causes and Implications of the 2008/2009 Antiretroviral Moratorium in the Free State province of South Africa ASRU Conference presentation
2010 Peter Navario, Nicoli Nattrass et al. Special Report on the State of HIV/AIDS in South Africa ASRU Incidental paper
2010 Eduard Grebe Contingency, contestation and hegemony: The possibility of a non-essentialist politics of the left ASRU Chapter in book
2010 Tafara Ngwaru Is intimate partner violence associated with HIV among women in Zimbabwe? ASRU Working paper
2010 Eduard Grebe Negativity, Difference and Critique: The Ethical Moment in Complexity ASRU Chapter in book
2010 Nathan Geffen Debunking Delusions: The Inside Story of the Treatment Action Campaign ASRU Book
2010 Nicoli Nattrass Still Crazy After All These Years: The Challenge of AIDS Denialism for Science ASRU Journal article
2010 Matthew Wilhelm-Solomon Stigmatization, Disclosure and the Social Space of the Camp: Reflections on ARV Provision to the Displaced in Northern Uganda ASRU Working paper
2010 Carolyn Logan and Robert Mattes Democratizing the measurement of democratic quality: Public attitude data and the evaluation of African political regimes ASRU Working paper
2009 Joanne Wreford The pragmatics of knowledge transfer: an HIV/AIDS intervention with traditional health practitioners in South Africa ASRU Working paper
2009 Alexander Andrews The Dispensing Fee for Medications: The Negative Effects of Pricing Uncertainty on Pharmacy Practise in South Africa ASRU Working paper
2009 Eduard Grebe Leaders, networks and coalitions in the AIDS response: A comparison of Uganda and South Africa ASRU Working paper
2009 Rene Brandt Putting Mental Health on the Agenda for HIV+ Women: A Review of Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa ASRU Journal article
2009 Joanne Wreford Worlds Apart? Religious interpretations and witchcraft in interpretations and witchcraft in for HIV/AIDS in South Africa. ASRU Working paper
2009 H.B Jaspan, R. Li, L. Johnson and L-G. Bekker The emerging need for adolescent-focused HIV care in South Africa ASRU Journal article
2009 Nicoli Nattrass Poverty, Sex and HIV ASRU Journal article
2009 Atheendar Venkataramani, Brendan Maughan-Brown, Nicoli Nattrass & Jennifer Ruger Disability grants and individual and household welfare among HAART patients in South Africa ASRU Working paper
2009 Feri Gwata Traditional male circumcision: What is its socio-cultural significance among young Xhosa men? ASRU Working paper
2009 Brendan Maughan-Brown Changes in HIV-related stigma among young adults in Cape Town, South Africa ASRU Working paper
2009 Nicoli Nattrass Cultural obstacles to the rollout of antiretrovirals: language, region and the backlash against AIDS funding ASRU Working paper
2009 Brendan Maughan-Brown, Atheendar S. Venkataramani and Timothy L. Mah Concurrent sexual partnerships among individuals on HAART in South Africa: An opportunity for HIV prevention ASRU Working paper
2009 Dianna Kane Multi-Dimensional Forms of Poverty Experienced by Unemployed HIV-positive Mothers Living in Khayelitsha ASRU Working paper
2009 Nicoli Nattrass and Gregg Gonsalves Economics and the Backlash against AIDS-Specific Funding ASRU Working paper
2009 Nicoli Nattrass Still Crazy After All These Years: The Challenge of AIDS Denialism for Science ASRU Journal article
2009 Daniel Mackintosh The politicisation of HIV/AIDS in South Africa: Responses of the Treatment Action Campaign and South African government, 1994-2004 - A literature review ASRU Working paper
2009 Sara Cooper and Jane Harries ‘If I Could Properly Understand and Get the Right Information’: A Qualitative Study on the Sexual and Reproductive Health Needs and Rights of HIV-positive Women ASRU Working paper
2009 Elizabeth Mills and Brendan Maughan-Brown Ties that Bind: HIV-Disclosure as Consequence and Catalyst of Stigma and Support in Households ASRU Working paper
2009 Hannah Lane Factors influencing the decision to voluntarily test for HIV: The perceived threats of being HIV positive ASRU Working paper
2009 Nathan Geffen and Edwin Cameron The deadly hand of denial: Governance and politically-instigated AIDS denialism in South Africa ASRU Working paper
2009 Joanne Wreford The pragmatics of knowledge transfer: an HIV/AIDS intervention with traditional health practitioners in South Africa ASRU Journal article
2009 Dianna Kane Responding to Multi-Dimensional Poverty: Exploring the Impacts of Government, Community, and the Individual Resilience of HIV-positive Unemployed Mothers in Khayelitsha ASRU Working paper
2009 Elizabeth Mills and Busisiwe Magazi From Rhetoric to Reality: An Empirical Appraisal of South Africa’s 2007-2011 HIV/AIDS National Strategic Plan ASRU Working paper
2009 Atheendar S. Venkataramani , Brendan Maughan-Brown, Nicoli Nattrass and Jennifer Prah Ruger Social Grants, Welfare, and the Incentive to Trade-Off Health for Income among Individuals on HAART in South Africa ASRU Journal article
2009 Joanne Wreford Adaptations, alterations and shifted strategies: the pragmatics of knowledge transfer in HIV and AIDS interventions in South Africa ASRU Working paper
2009 Timothy L. Mah and Brendan Maughan-Brown Social and Cultural Contexts of Concurrency in Khayelitsha ASRU Working paper
2009 Rene Brandt The mental health of people living with HIV/AIDS in Africa: a systematic review ASRU Journal article
2009 Nicoli Nattrass AIDS Denialism versus Science ASRU Chapter in book
2009 Rachel Li Growing up on HAART: The experiences and needs of HIV positive adolescents in care and treatment in the Western Cape Province of South Africa ASRU Working paper
2009 Elizabeth Mills, Marina Manuela de Paoli and Arne Backer Grønningsæter Love in the Time of AIDS: The Relational Gender Dynamics of Prevention, Testing and Treatment ASRU Working paper
2009 Nathan Geffen Justice After AIDS Denialism: Should There Be Prosecutions and Compensation? ASRU Journal article
2009 Nicoli Nattrass and Seth C. Kalichman The Politics and Psychology of AIDS Denialism ASRU Chapter in book
2009 Eduard Grebe Contingency, contestation and hegemony: The possibility of a non-essentialist politics for the left ASRU Journal article
2009 Nathan Geffen Beyond HAART: scientists and activists need to work together ASRU Journal article
2009 Alizanne Collier Getting the whole story: How managerial perspectives on Antamina Mining Company’s environmental strategy can alter the received wisdom about the role of international NGOs in shaping policy ASRU Working paper
2008 Nicoli Nattrass Government Leadership and ARV Provision in Developing Countries ASRU Working paper
2008 Joanne Wreford Myths, masks and stark realities: traditional African healers, HIV/AIDS narratives and patterns of HIV/AIDS avoidance. ASRU Working paper
2008 René Brandt The mental health of people living with HIV/AIDS in Africa: A systematic review ASRU Working paper
2008 Joanne Wreford, Monika Esser and Stefan Hippler Involving traditional health practitioners in HIV/AIDS interventions: Lessons from the Western Cape Province. ASRU Working paper
2008 Timothy Mah and Daniel Halperin Concurrent sexual partnerships and the HIV epidemics in Africa: Evidence to move forward. ASRU Journal article
2008 Joanne Wreford Shaming and blaming: Medical myths, traditional health practitioners and HIV/AIDS in South Africa. ASRU Working paper
2008 Nicoli Nattrass AIDS and the scientific governance of medicine in post-apartheid South Africa. ASRU Journal article
2008 Jo Wreford 'Working with spirit': Experiencing Izingoma healing in contemporary South Africa ASRU Book
2008 Harriet Deacon AIDS and heritage management in South Africa: The case of traditional male circumcision ASRU Working paper
2008 Nicoli Nattrass Are country reputations for good and bad leadership on AIDS deserved? An exploratory quantitative analysis. ASRU Journal article
2008 Nicoli Nattrass AIDS inequality and access to antiretroviral treatment: A comparative analysis ASRU Chapter in book
2008 Kerry Mauchline Official government justifications and public ARV provision: a comparison of Brazil, Thailand and South Africa. ASRU Working paper
2008 Nicoli Nattrass Gender and Access to Antiretroviral Treatment in South Africa. ASRU Journal article
2008 Sumaya Mall Attitudes of HIV positive patients in South Africa to African traditional healers and their practices. ASRU Working paper
2008 Celeste Coetzee The impact of highly active antiretroviral treatment (HAART) on employment in Khayelitsha ASRU Journal article
2008 Peter Schwardmann A cross-country analysis of the determinants of antiretroviral drug coverage ASRU Working paper
2008 Joanne Wreford and Monika Esser Including traditional African healers in HIV programmes: Preliminary experience from the Western Cape. ASRU Journal article
2008 Eduard Grebe Networks of influence: A theoretical review and proposed approach to AIDS treatment activism ASRU Working paper
2008 Nicoli Nattrass Are country reputations for good and bad leadership on AIDS deserved: An exploratory quantitative analysis ASRU Working paper
2008 Nicoli Nattrass Sex, poverty and HIV ASRU Working paper
2008 Eduard Grebe Transnational networks of influence in South African AIDS treatment activism ASRU Working paper
2008 Peter Schwardmann Microeconomic perspectives on risky sexual behaviour ASRU Working paper
2008 René Brandt Is it all chaos, loss and disruption? The narratives of poor, HIV-infected South African women ASRU Working paper
2008 Timothy Mah Concurrent Sexual Partnerships and HIV Transmission in Khayelitsha, South Africa ASRU Working paper
2008 Nicoli Nattrass The (political) economics of antiretroviral treatment in developing countries ASRU Journal article
2008 Nadia Oshry Is the Treatment Action Campaign effective? A literature review. ASRU Working paper
2008 Timothy Mah Concurrent Sexual Partnerships and HIV/AIDS among Youths in the Cape Metropolitan Area ASRU Working paper
2008 Beth Mills ‘Swimming in Confusion’: A Qualitative Appraisal Of Factors Affecting Uptake And Adherence To HAART Through South Africa’s Public Health System. ASRU Working paper
2008 Walter Lindop Mutual Monitoring and HIV/AIDS: A case study of a Labour-Intensive SME ASRU Working paper
2007 Per Strand Comparing AIDS Governance: A Research Agenda on Responses to the AIDS Epidemic ASRU Working paper
2007 Caroline Kuo and Don Operario Challenging dominant policy paradigms of care for children orphaned by AIDS: Dynamic patterns of care in Kwazulu-Natal, Republic of South Africa. ASRU Working paper
2007 Rachel Bray and René Brandt Childcare and poverty in South Africa: an ethnographic challenge to conventional interpretations ASRU, SSU Journal article
2007 Alex Sienaert Examining AIDS-related Adult Mortality in the KwaZulu-Natal Income Dynamics Surveys: Employment, Earnings and Direct Mortality Costs ASRU Working paper
2007 Andrew Dawes, Rachel Bray, Amelia van der Merwe Monitoring Child Well-Being: A South African rights-based approach ASRU, SSU Edited collection
2007 Nicoli Nattrass Modelling the relationship between antiretroviral treatment and HIV prevention: limitations of the Spectrum AIDS Impact Model in a changing policy environment ASRU Journal article
2007 Joanne Wreford Rapprochement or Resistance? Utilising Traditional Healing  Principles and Practice to Enhance HIV/AIDS Treatment in South Africa ASRU Chapter in book
2007 Sara Cooper and Don Foster The Aura Of Silence: A Psychosocial Analysis Of Stigma Amongst Students Working In The Field Of HIV And AIDS At The University Of Cape Town ASRU Working paper
2007 Nathan Geffen Encouraging Deadly Choices: AIDS Pseudo-Science in the Media ASRU Working paper
2007 Lene Leonhardsen Existing Sexual Risk Behaviour Among Patients Receiving Antiretroviral Treatment In Umlazi, Kwazulu-Natal ASRU Working paper
2007 Brendan Maughan-Brown Experiences and perceptions of HIV/AIDS-related stigma amongst people on antiretroviral treatment in Khayelitsha, South Africa ASRU Working paper
2007 Annabelle Wienand Visual learning approaches to HIV/AIDS education ASRU Working paper
2007 Andrew Dawes, Amelia van der Merwe and René Brandt A monitoring dilemma: orphans and children made vulnerable by HIV and AIDS ASRU Chapter in book
2007 Nicoli Nattrass Modelling the relationship between antiretroviral treatment and HIV prevention: The limits of Spectrum’s AIDS Impact Model in a changing policy environment ASRU Working paper
2007 Nicoli Nattrass Disability and Welfare in South Africa’s Era of Unemployment and Aids ASRU Chapter in book
2007 Kermyt G Anderson, Ann M Beutel and Brendan Maughan-Brown HIV/AIDS risk perceptions and first sexual intercourse among youth in Cape Town, South Africa ASRU Working paper
2007 Nicoli Nattrass Mortal Combat: AIDS denialism and the struggle for antiretrovirals in South Africa ASRU Book
2007 Andrew Dawes, Amelia van der Merwe and René Brandt A monitoring dilemma: Orphans and children made vulnerable by HIV and AIDS ASRU Chapter in book
2007 Annabelle Wienand The role of HIV literacy – A community health worker perspective ASRU Working paper
2007 Xanthe Wessels, Nicoli Nattrass and Ulrike Rivett Improving the efficiency of monitoring adherence to antiretroviral therapy at primary health care level: a case study of the introduction of electronic technologies in Guguletu, South Africa ASRU Journal article
2007 Celeste Coetzee The impact of highly active antiretroviral treatment (HAART) on employment in Khayelitsha ASRU Working paper
2006 René Brandt Does mental health matter for poor, HIV-infected women/mothers in the era of HAART? ASRU Working paper
2006 Annabelle Wienand An evaluation of body mapping as a potential HIV/AIDS educational tool ASRU Working paper
2006 Nicoli Nattrass Trading off Income and Health?: AIDS and the Disability Grant in South Africa ASRU Journal article
2006 Joanne Wreford Facilitating relationships between African traditional healing and western medicine in South Africa in the time of AIDS: A case study from the Western Cape ASRU Working paper
2006 Nicoli Nattrass Disability and welfare in South Africa’s era of unemployment and AIDS ASRU Working paper
2006 René Brandt, Andrew Dawes and Rachel Bray Women coping with AIDS in Africa: Contributions of a contextually grounded research methodology ASRU, SSU Journal article
2006 Vezumuzi Ndlovu Gender and reproductive decision making among couples with HIV/AIDS in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe ASRU Working paper
2006 Xanthe Wessels, Nicoli Nattrass and Ulrike Rivett Improving the Efficiency of Monitoring Adherence to Antiretroviral Therapy: A Case Study of the Introduction of Electronic Technologies in Gugulethu, South Africa ASRU Working paper
2006 Ashraf Grimwood, Colin Almeleh, Harry Hausler and Fatima Hassan HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis treatment update ASRU Journal article
2006 Vezumuzi Ndlovu The impact of HAART on the reproductive decision making process of HIV positive people in Zimbabwe in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe ASRU Working paper
2006 Nicoli Nattrass “Antiretroviral Treatment and the Problem of Political Will in South Africa” ASRU Journal article
2006 Nathan Geffen Echoes of Lysenko: State-sponsored pseudo-science in South Africa ASRU Working paper
2006 Celeste Coetzee and Ali Tasiran The Determinants of Perceived Health and Labour Force Participation of People with HIV/AIDS in Khayelitsha, South Africa ASRU Working paper
2006 Nicoli Nattrass When HIV clinicians prevent social scientists from accessing 'their' patients : some ethical concerns ASRU Journal article
2006 Joanne Wreford Talking with the white: Sharing the experiences of white sangoma in contemporary South Africa ASRU Working paper
2006 Lisa Ann Richey Gendering the Therapeutic Citizen: ARVs and Reproductive Health ASRU Working paper
2006 Nicoli Nattrass What Determines Cross-Country Access to Antiretroviral Treatment? ASRU Journal article
2006 Nicoli Nattrass Who consults sangomas in Khayelitsha? An exploratory quantitative analysis ASRU Working paper
2006 Nicoli Nattrass AIDS and the Scientific Governance of Medicine in South Africa ASRU Working paper
2006 Nicoli Nattrass South Africa’s ‘‘Rollout’’ of Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy: A Critical Assessment ASRU Journal article
2006 Annie Devenish Negotiating healing: The politics of professionalisation amongst traditional healers in Kwazulu-Natal ASRU Working paper
2006 Nicoli Nattrass AIDS, Gender and Access to Antiretroviral Treatment in South Africa ASRU Working paper
2006 Elizabeth Mills From the Physical Self to the Social Body: Expressions and Effects of HIV-Related Stigma in South Africa ASRU Journal article
2006 Nicoli Nattrass The quest for healing in South Africa’s age of AIDS ASRU Working paper
2006 Eduardo Bruera The Political Economy of Antiretroviral Drugs ASRU Working paper
2006 Brendan Maughan-Brown Attitudes towards people with HIV/AIDS: Stigma and its determinants amongst young adults in Cape Town, South Africa ASRU Journal article
2006 Adam Ashforth and Nicoli Nattrass Ambiguities of ‘culture’ and the antiretroviral rollout in South Africa ASRU Working paper
2006 Jeremy Magruder and Nicoli Nattrass Exploring attrition bias: The case of the Khayelitsha panel study (2000-2004) ASRU Journal article
2006 Elizabeth Mills HIV illness meanings and collaborative healing strategies in South Africa ASRU Working paper
2006 Colin Almeleh Why do people disclose their HIV status? Qualitative evidence from a group of activist women in Khayelitsha ASRU Journal article
2006 Nicoli Nattrass South Africa’s ‘rollout’ of highly active antiretroviral therapy: a critical assessment ASRU Working paper
2006 Trude Holm Naimak Antiretroviral treatment in the Western Cape: A Success Story facilitated by the Global Fund ASRU Working paper
2006 Colin Almeleh Why do people disclose their HIV status? Qualitative evidence from a group of activist women in Khayelitsha ASRU Working paper
2006 Brendan Maughan-Brown Quantifying Stigma in the Adult Population of Cape Town ASRU Working paper
2005 Nicoli Nattrass Who Consults Sangomas in Khayelitsha? An Exploratory Quantitative Analysis ASRU Journal article
2005 Nicoli Nattrass Rolling out antiretroviral treatment in South Africa: economic and ethical challenges ASRU Chapter in book
2005 Stephen Porter and Kim Wale The Amy Biehl HIV/AIDS peer educators programme: An impact assessment of the valued benefits and disbenefits for the programme participants ASRU Working paper
2005 Nicoli Nattrass AIDS, unemployment and disability in South Africa: the case for welfare reform ASRU Journal article
2005 Nicoli Nattrass Economic growth and transformation in the 1940s ASRU Chapter in book
2005 Nicoli Nattrass The Quest for Healing in South Africa’s Age of AIDS ASRU Journal article
2005 Jeremy Seekings & Nicoli Nattrass Class, Race, and Inequality in South Africa ASRU, SSU Book
2005 Elizabeth Mills HIV Illness Meanings and Collaborative Healing Strategies in South Africa ASRU Journal article
2005 Sumaya Mall Attitudes of Health Care Professionals in South Africa to the Use of Traditional Medicine by their Patients on Antiretroviral Treatment: A Research Note ASRU Journal article
2005 Nicoli Nattrass Social Dynamics: AIDS and healing strategies in South Africa ASRU Edited collection
2005 Nathan Geffen Echoes of Lysenko: State-Sponsored Pseudo-Science in South Africa ASRU Journal article
2005 Annie Devenish Negotiating Healing: Understanding the Dynamics amongst Traditional Healers in Kwazulu-Natal as they Engage with Professionalisation ASRU Journal article
2005 Lawrence Edwards Has South Africa liberalised its trade? ASRU Journal article
2005 Adam Ashforth and Nicoli Nattrass Ambiguities of ‘Culture’ and the Antiretroviral Rollout in South Africa ASRU Journal article
2005 Adam Ashforth Muthi, Medicine and Witchcraft: Regulating ‘African Science’ in Post-Apartheid South Africa? ASRU Journal article
2005 Joanne Wreford ‘We can help!’ - A literature review of current practice involving traditional African healers in biomedical HIV/AIDS interventions in South Africa ASRU Working paper
2005 Poul Rohleder and Kerry Gibson “We are not fresh”: HIV-positive women talk of their experience of living with their spoiled identity ASRU Working paper
2005 Nicoli Nattrass An Exploratory Analysis of Cross-Country Access to Antiretroviral Treatment ASRU Working paper
2005 Joanne Wreford ‘Sincedisa – We Can Help!’ A Literature Review of Current Practice Involving Traditional African Healers in Biomedical HIV/AIDS Interventions in South Africa ASRU Journal article
2005 René Brandt Coping with HIV/AIDS: A case study of the psychological experiences of poor, HIV positive mothers and women caregivers on HAART ASRU Working paper
2005 Joanne Wreford Missing Each Other: Problems and Potential for Collaborative Efforts between Biomedicine and Traditional Healers in South Africa in the Time of AIDS ASRU Journal article
2005 Nicoli Nattrass and Richard Walker Unemployment and reservation wages in working-class Cape Town ASRU Journal article
2005 Nicoli Nattrass and Jeremy Seekings The political economy of the basic income grant in South Africa ASRU, SSU Chapter in book
2005 René Brandt Maternal well-being, childcare and child adjustment in the context of HIV/AIDS: What does the psychological literature say? ASRU Working paper
2005 Nicoli Nattrass and Nathan Geffen The impact of reduced drug prices on the cost-effectiveness of HAART in South Africa ASRU Journal article
2005 Joanne Wreford Negotiating relationships between biomedicine and sangoma: Fundamental misunderstandings, avoidable mistakes ASRU Working paper
2004 Anya Subotzky Mapping Bodies: Corporeal Erasure and Re-presentation in AIDS-Related Stigma ASRU Working paper
2004 Gioconda Vasquez Body Perceptions of HIV and AIDS: The Memory Box Project ASRU Working paper
2004 Nicoli Nattrass Unemployment and AIDS: The social-democratic challenge for South Africa ASRU Chapter in book
2004 Celeste Coetzee and Nicoli Nattrass Living on AIDS treatment: A socio-economic profile of Africans receiving Antiretroviral Therapy in Khayelitsha, Cape Town ASRU Working paper
2004 Brendan Maughan-Brown Measuring HIV/AIDS Stigma ASRU Working paper
2004 Daniel Beck Men and ARVs: How does being a man affect access to antiretroviral therapy in South Africa? Exploring attitudes among Xhosa-speaking men in Khayelitsha, South Africa ASRU Working paper
2004 Nicoli Nattrass Trading-off income and health: AIDS and the disability grant in South Africa ASRU Working paper
2004 Fredah Medupe and Kathleen Collins Treatment for HIV/AIDS in the workplace: A Case Study of a Mine in Botswana ASRU Working paper
2004 Lauren Kahn Experiences of HIV/AIDS diagnosis, disclosure and stigma in an urban informal settlement in the Cape Peninsula: A qualitative exploration ASRU Working paper
2004 Nicoli Nattrass Unemployment and AIDS: the social-democratic challenge for South Africa ASRU Journal article
2004 Colin Almeleh The Longlife AIDS-advocacy Intervention: An Exploration into Public Disclosure ASRU Working paper
2004 Brett Simchowitz Social Security and HIV/AIDS: Assessing “Disability” in the Context of ARV Treatment ASRU Working paper
2004 Elizabeth Mills Beyond the Disease of Discrimination: A Critical Analysis of HIV-Related Stigma in KTC, Cape Town ASRU Working paper
2004 Nicoli Nattrass and Jeremy Seekings The ‘new (global) economy' and inequality in South Africa ASRU, SSU Chapter in book
2004 Nicoli Nattrass The Moral Economy of AIDS in South Africa ASRU Book
2003 Jo Stein Sorrow makes Children of us all: A Literature Review on the Psycho-Social Impact of HIV/AIDs on Children ASRU Working paper
2003 Celeste Coetzee Hiring Patterns, Firm-Level Dynamics and HIV/AIDS: A Case Study of Small Firms on the Cape Flats ASRU Working paper
2003 Nicoli Nattrass The state of the economy: A crisis of employment ASRU Chapter in book
2003 Jo Stein, Tayla Soskolne and Kerry Gibson Working with Ambivalence: Finding a Positive Identity for HIV/AIDS in South Africa. ASRU Working paper
2003 Jonathan Morgan & the Bambanani Women’s Group Long Life: Positive HIV Stories ASRU Book
2003 Nathan Geffen, Nicoli Nattrass and Chris Raubenheimer The Cost of HIV Prevention and Treatment Interventions in South Africa ASRU Working paper
2003 Suzanne Leclerc-Madlala Transactional Sex and the Pursuit of Modernity ASRU Journal article
2003 Talia Soskolne Moving Beyond the Margins: A Narrative Analysis of the Life Stories of Women Living with HIV/AIDS in Khayelitsha ASRU Working paper
2003 Joanne Stein HIV/AIDS stigma: The latest dirty secret ASRU Journal article
2003 Nicoli Nattrass AIDS, economic growth and income distribution in South Africa ASRU Journal article
2003 Jo Stein What’s News: Perspectives on HIV/AIDS advocacy in the South African Media ASRU Working paper
2003 Joanne Stein What’s news: perspectives on HIV/AIDS advocacy in the South African print media ASRU Journal article
2003 Nicoli Nattrass Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy and Risky Sex: Is there a Link? ASRU Working paper
2003 Nicoli Nattrass and Nathan Geffen Providing Antiretroviral Treatment for All Who Need it in South Africa ASRU Working paper
2003 Jo Stein HIV/AIDS Stigma: The Latest Dirty Secret ASRU Working paper
2002 Carolyn Kennedy From the Coalface: A Study of the Response of a South African Colliery to the Threat of Aids ASRU Working paper
2002 Nicoli Nattrass AIDS Growth and Distribution in South Africa ASRU Working paper
2002 Louise Kuhn Beyond Informed Choice: Infant Feeding Dilemmas for Women in Low-Resource Communities of High HIV Prevalence ASRU Working paper
2002 Suzanne Leclerc Madlala Youth, HIV/AIDS and the Importance of Sexual Culture and Context ASRU Working paper
2002 Susan Levine and Fiona Ross Perceptions of and Attitudes to HIV/AIDS Among Young Adults at the University of Cape Town ASRU Working paper
2002 Nicoli Nattrass Should youth unemployment be targeted as part of a comprehensive welfare policy in South Africa? ASRU Journal article
2002 Nicoli Nattrass AIDS and Human Security in Southern Africa ASRU Working paper
2002 Andrew Boulle, Christopher Kenyon, ]olene Skordis and Robin Wood Exploring the costs of a limited public sector antiretroviral treatment programme in South Africa. ASRU Journal article
2002 Jolene Skordis and Nicoli Nattrass Paying to waste lives: the affordability of reducing mother-to-child transmission of HIV in South Africa ASRU Journal article
2002 Jeremy Seekings and Nicoli Nattrass Class, Distribution and Redistribution in Post-Apartheid South Africa ASRU, SSU Journal article
2002 Richard Walker and Nicoli Nattrass ‘Don’t owe, won’t pay!’: a critical analysis of the Jubilee SA position on South African government debt ASRU Journal article
2002 Nicoli Nattrass AIDS and Human Security in Southern Africa ASRU Journal article
2001 Nicoli Nattrass High Productivity Now: a critical review of South Africa's growth strategy ASRU Journal article
2001 Veni Naidu The Impact of HIV/AIDS on the Macro Market Environment ASRU Working paper
2001 Jolene Skordis and Nicoli Nattrass Paying to Waste Lives: The Affordability of Reducing Mother-to-Child Transmission ASRU Working paper
2001 Nicoli Nattrass and Jeremy Seekings Democracy and Distribution in Highly Unequal Economies: The Case of South Africa ASRU, SSU Journal article
2001 Nicoli Nattrass and Jeremy Seekings "Two Nations"? Race and Economic Inequality in South Africa Today ASRU, SSU Journal article
2001 Nicoli Nattrass Ethics, Economics and AIDS Policy in South Africa ASRU Working paper
2001 Donald Skinner How do the Youth in Two Communities make Decisions about Using condoms? ASRU Working paper