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Volume 35, Numbers 1 and 2, March and September - Special Issue on
Women, HIV/AIDS and Human Rights Sponsored by UNESCO, New Delhi.

1 Harrison, Faye V. The Gender Politics of HIV/AIDS as a Human Rights Problem, pp. 1-8.
2 Mitra Channa, Subhadra. Women, AIDS and Human Rights: An Introduction, pp. 9-14.
3 Ritu, Priya and Sunita Reddy. Understanding Cultural Resources for AIDS Control: An Interdisciplinary Control, pp. 15-32.
4 Mathur, Nita. Anthropology and the Crisis of AIDS: Competing Perspectives, pp. 33-44.
5 Baru, Rama V. Disease and Suffering: Towards a Framework for Understanding Health Seeking Behavior, pp. 45-52.
6 Cohen, Patrice. Women, AIDS and Maternity in India: A Critical Perspective of Biomedical and Popular Categories, pp. 53-68.
7 Kshatriya, Gautam K., Aruna Bhattacharya and Mansi Gauniyal. Biological and Behavioural Aspects of HIV/AIDS, pp. 69-82.
8 Sharma, Prarthi. Women and AIDS in India Seen Through a Gender Lens, pp. 83-95.
9 Roy, Chandreyee. Human Rights and HIV/AIDS with Special Reference to Women, pp. 97-110.
10 Patnaik, S.M. and Nilika Mehrotra. HIV/AIDS and Indian Tribes: Implications of Community Norms of Sexual Behavior, pp. 111-122.
11 Acharya, Sanghmitra S. and Rajib Dasgupta. HIV/AIDS and Adolescents: Some Issues and Concerns from India, pp. 123-137.
12 Amatya, Shirisha. Gender and HIV/AIDS in Nepal: Some Observations, pp. 139-152.
13 Vemula, Ravindra Kumar. Communicating Sexual Health in Street Children: The Behavior Change Communication Model, pp. 153-164.
14 Hampton, Bonita. “I Know I’m Not Alone”: The Cultural Context of Spirituality and Religion Among African American Women Coping with HIV/AIDS, pp. 165-174.
Book Reviews, pp. 175-191.
Posters, pp. 192-194.
Professional News: General Secretary’s Report, pp. 195-196.

Conference Report

Mehrotra, Nilika and Supriya Singh. Women, HIV/AIDS and Human Rights, pp. 197-207.