Symposium examining how public health law and policy affect, and are affected by, issues of gender, race/ethnicity, and/or socioeconomic status. Voices from a variety of disciplines shed light on the dynamic relationship between public health law and public health provision, with a particular focus on the gendered body. Sponsored by the Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy.
Conference title: Symptoms of Public Health Policy: Invisible Injuries, the Gendered Body, and the Law
Panel title: The Invisible Injuries of HIV/AIDS: What the Law Overlooks in Domestic Violence, Sex Work, and HIV Testing.
Appearing: Kim M. Blankenship (Duke University), moderator ; Jane Stoever (Washington College of Law), Svati Shah (Duke University) , Matthew Pierce (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill), panelists.
Recorded on February 27, 2009 Duke University, School of Law.