(i) Key recent feminist texts on HIV/AIDS

ACTUP/New York Women and AIDS Book Group. (1990). Women, AIDS and Activism. Boston, MA: South End Press.

Doyal, Lesley, Jenny Naidoo, and Tamsin Wilton. (eds). (1994). AIDS: Setting a Feminist Agenda. London: Taylor and Francis.
Doyal, Lesley. HIV and AIDS: Putting Women on the Global Agenda.
Kitzinger, Jenny. Visible and Invisible Women in AIDS Discourses (pp. 95-112).
Richardson, Diane. AIDS: Issues for Feminism in the UK (pp. 42-60).
Wilton, Tamsin. Feminism and the Erotics of Health Promotion.
Holland, Janet, Ramazanoglu, Caroline, Sharpe, Sue and Thomson, Rachel. Achieving Masculine Sexuality: Young Men’s Strategies for Managing Vulnerability.
Richardson, Diane. Inclusions and Exclusions: Lesbians, HIV and AIDS.

Goldstein, Nancy, and Jennifer L. Manlowe. (eds). (1997). The Gender Politics of HIV/AIDS in Women: Perspectives on the Pandemic in the United States. New York University Press.

Gorna, Robin. (1996). Vamps, Virgins and Victims: How Can Women fight AIDS?. London & New York: Cassell.

Hogan, Katie. (2001). Women Take Care: Gender, Race, and the Culture of AIDS. Cornell University Press.

Holland, Janet, Caroline Ramazanoglu, Sue Sharpe, and Rachel Thomson. (1998). The Male in the Head: Young People, Heterosexuality and Power. London: Tufnell Press

Jenkins, Sharon Rae. (ed). (2000). Sex Roles, Special Issue: Gender, Power, and Women’s Relationships: Implications for HIV. Vol.42, Iss.7/8, April.
Introduction to the special issue: Defining gender, relationships, and power / Sharon Rae Jenkins;
Factors affecting HIV contraceptive decision-making among women / Gail E Wyatt et al.;
Sexual communication in relationships: When words speak louder than actions / Kathryn Quina et al.;
The close relationship context and HIV/AIDS risk reduction among Mexican Americans / Donna Castaneda;
Toward an understanding of (Em)Power(Ment) for HIV/AIDS prevention with adolescent women / Lorraine Gutierrez et al.;
Gender roles, power strategies, and precautionary sexual self-efficacy: Implications for black and Latina women’s HIV/AIDS protective behaviors / Lisa Bowleg et al.;
Measuring sexual relationship power in HIV/STD research / Julie Pulerwitz et al.;
HIV/STD risk factors for women with violent male partners / Blair Beadnell et al.;
Safer sex among HIV + women: The role of relationships / Jane M Simoni;
Women, ethnicity, and AIDS: What’s love got to do with it? / Pamela Trotman Reid;
On the margin: Power and women’s HIV risk reduction strategies / Hortensia Amaro and Anita Raj;
Toward theory development and measure evolution for studying women’s relationships and HIV infection / Sharon Rae Jenkins.

Panos Institute. (1990). Triple Jeopardy: Women and AIDS. London: The Panos Institute .

Patton, Cindy. (1985). Sex and Germs: The Politics of AIDS. Boston: South End Press.

Patton, Cindy. (1988). AIDS: Lessons From the Gay Community. Feminist Review, 30, Autumn .

Patton, Cindy. (1990a). Inventing AIDS. New York: Routledge.

Patton, Cindy. (1994). Last Served? Gendering the HIV Pandemic. London: Taylor and Francis.

Roth, Nancy L., and Kate Hogan. (eds). (1998). Gendered Epidemics: Representations of Women in the Age of AIDS. New York & London.

Roth, Nancy L., and Linda K. Fuller. (eds). (1998). Women and AIDS: Negotiating Safer Practices, Care, and Representation. New York: Harrington Park Press.

Schneider, Beth E., and Nancy E. Stoller. (1994). Women Resisting AIDS: Strategies of Empowerment. Philadelphia : Temple University Press.

Sherr, Lorraine, Catherine Hankins, and Lydia Bennett. (eds). (1997). AIDS as a Gender Issue: Psychosocial Perspectives. London: Taylor & Francis.

Singer, Linda. (1993). Erotic Welfare: Sexual Theory and Politics in the Age of Epidemic. New York: Routledge .

Squire, Corinne. (ed). (1993). Women and AIDS: Psychological Perspectives. London: SageIncludes Lown, E. Anne. Tossin’ and Tweakin’: Women’s Consciousness in the Crack Culture. .

Waldby, Cathy. (1996). AIDS and the Body Politic: Biomedicine and Sexual Difference. London & New York: Routledge.

Wilton, Tamsin. (1992a). Antibody Politics: AIDS and Society, Cheltenham: New Clarion Press (Includes Chapter 3. Weaker vessels: HIV/AIDS and Women).

Wilton, Tamsin. (1997). Engendering AIDS: Deconstructing Sex, Text and Epidemic. London: Sage.

Worth, Heather, Cindy Patton, and Diane Goldstein (eds.) (2005) Sexuality Research and Social Policy, Special Issue: Reckless Vectors: The Infecting “Other” in HIV/AIDS Law, June, Vol. 2, No. 2.
Criminalization, Cultural Studies, and Other New Territory for SRSP / Terry S. Stein.
Introduction to Reckless Vectors: The Infecting “Other” in HIV/AIDS Law / Heather Worth, Cindy Patton, Diane Goldstein.
Legislating the Pandemic: A Global Survey of HIV/AIDS in Criminal Law / Heather Worth, Cindy Patton, Margaret T. McGehee.
Medical Vectors: Surgical HIV Transmission and the Location of Culpability / Catherine Waldby, Annette Houlihan, June Crawford, Susan Kippax.
African Immigrant Damnation Syndrome: The Case of Charles Ssenyonga / James Miller.
Mad and Bad: HIV Infection, Mental Illness, Intellectual Disability, and the Law / Alistair MacDonald, Heather Worth.
Outlaw Territory: Criminality, Neighborhoods, and the Edward Savitz Case / Cindy Patton.
Social Responses to HIV: Fearing the Outlaw / Mary S. Petty.
Commentary on Reckless Vectors;
In the Shadow of Extremes: Commentary on Reckless Vectors / Stephanie C. Kane.
Around the Bush Yet Again: Reflection on Reckless Vectors, Past and Present / Ivan Emke.
Vectors of Hope and Possibility: Commentary on Reckless Vectors / Gary Kinsman.