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Queer pride and protest: A reading of the bodies at Uganda's first gay beach pride.
(The University of Chicago Press, 2014)
How does one read the gendered bodies on display at a queer pride event in any context? In this article, I give my interpretation of the actions of celebrants and protesters who participated in Uganda’s first Beach Pride ...
Homosexuality, sex work, and HIV/AIDS in displacement and post-conflict settings: The case of refugees in Uganda.
(Taylor and Francis, 2013)
This article aims to disrupt the silence, invisibility and erasures of non-heteronormative sexual orientations or gender identities, and of sex work, in HIV/AIDS responses within displacement and post-conflict settings in ...
Ethnography and PRA among Gambian traditional birth attendants: A methods discussion.
(Sage Publications, 2007)
Ethnographers are often sceptical of employing Participatory Rapid Appraisal (PRA) tools in their research, calling them `a quick and dirty' approach. However, ethnography has limitations as a research method. We therefore ...
'African sex is dangerous!' Renegotiating 'ritual sex' in contemporary Masaka district.
(Cambridge University Press, 2008)
The sexual culture of sub-Saharan African peoples is variously utilized as an explanation for the high incidence of HIV in Africa. Thus it has been the target of behaviour change campaigns championed by massive public ...