Date: 4-7pm, Friday November 9th 2018
Location: Friends’ Meeting House, 6 Mount St, Manchester M2 5NS
You can now register for FREE for the LHIVES: Narratives of HIV event in November 9, 4-7pm in Manchester city centre. Tickets are running out fast. Snacks and drinks will be provided! Register at https://www.bugchasingproject.org/lhives.
This will discuss the role of stigma and diversity in people’s experiences of HIV through a multidisciplinary approach combining media studies, psychology, philosophy, sociology and nursing. The event will launch with a workshop run by the George House Trust, where an expert in HIV and a person living with HIV will talk about their experiences and answer questions from the public. Then, we will have a roundtable with the following speakers:
- Rusi Jaspal (Professor of Psychology and Sexual Health, De Montfort University),
- Brian Heaphy (Professor of Sociology, University of Manchester),
- Jamie Hakim (Lecturer in Media Studies, East Anglia University),
- Phil Hutchinson (Lecturer in Philosophy, Manchester Metropolitan University) and
- Michelle Croston (Nursing, Manchester Metropolitan University).
After the roundtable, there will be an exhibition of photographs taken as part of Angelia Cabeza’s research for there PhD at the University of Manchester. Free refreshments and cakes will be available.
Where? Friends’ Meeting House (6 Mount St, Manchester M2 5NS)
When? Friday November 9, 2018, 4-7pm.
Event funded by the ESRC and Department of Sociology at The University of Manchester. For any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org