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1. HIV/AIDS Concordia Lecture Series.
Upcoming is researcher Barry Adams who is looking at the connection between Masculinity, Neoliberlism, and HIV. For more information about the event visit: aids.concordia.ca/lectures
Watch past lectures including Alexandra Juhasz's "Remembering Aids Online : Networking, Viruses, Virality and Arteries" here: aids.concordia.ca
2. New Directions for Critical Perspectives on HIV
When: Monday April 23rd
Where: Montreal, Que
Why: To provide a much needed opportunity to bring together junior, middle, and senior level HIV researchers, people living with and/or affected by HIV, services providers, clinicians, community advocates, and activists interested in advancing critical social science and humanities perspectives in Canadian HIV studies and practice.
Follow the latest at: thinkinghiv.ca
3. Two Great Blogs
Not everyone can go to lectures and meetings, let alone get to Canada. So we are grateful for these wonderful blogs that spur interesting discussion, and don't pretend to have all the answers.
Talk to the Hump by Ken Monteith, "The Ravings of Gay Man Living With AIDS and Lipodystrophy"
Positive Lite, "Canada's Online HIV Magazine"
p.s. Just in case you think Canada is perfect, check out the news surrounding the country's new crime law: Texas to Canada: Harper's Crime Bill a huge mistake