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Volume 56, Number 1, Fall 2009

Table of Contents

Christianity and HIV/AIDS in East and Southern Africa

Introduction to Special Issue: Engaging Christianities: Negotiating HIV/AIDS, Health, and Social Relations in East and Southern Africa

pp. v-xviii

Faith and the Intersubjectivity of Care in Botswana

pp. 3-20

The "Failures of Culture": Christianity, Kinship, and Moral Discourses about Orphans during Botswana's AIDS Crisis

pp. 23-43

Keep Holy Distance and Abstain till He Comes: Interrogating a Pentecostal Church's Engagements with HIV/AIDS and the Youth in Kenya

pp. 45-64

HIV/AIDS, Pentecostal Churches, and the "Joseph Generation" in Uganda

pp. 67-86

Doing Better? Religion, the Virtue-Ethics of Development, and the Fragmentation of Health Politics in Tanzania

pp. 89-110

Book Reviews

The Pitfalls of Liberal Democracy and Late Nationalism in South Africa (review)

pp. 111-113

Radicalism and Cultural Dislocation in Ethiopia, 1960–1974 (review)

pp. 113-114

Dead Aid: Why Aid is Not Working and How There is Another Way for Africa (review)

pp. 115-117

Books Received

Books Received

pp. 117-118



pp. 119-120

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