AIDS Workshop with Jennifer Brier, PhD

ImStillSurvivingFri Nov.6th | 12-2pm | CEREV | Concordia University | LB 671.00

In this interactive workshop Dr. Brier will provide an in-depth look at the “I’m Still Surviving” project – a collaboration between History Moves and the Women’s Interagency HIV Study (WIHS), the world’s longest running clinical research study on women living with HIV. 

Dr. Brier’s interactive workshop will focus on research methodology and the ethics/politics of oral histories in relation to HIV/AIDS, and will include a consideration of research questions that participants bring to the table. Participants must have attended her lecture the previous evening.

Due to limitations on seating, workshop spaces will be reserved for the staff and membership of any HIV/AIDS-related community group in Montreal and all students and faculty in the departments of History, Applied Human Sciences, Cinema, Sexuality, Communications and the Simone de Beauvoir Institute.

If you are interested in attending but don’t meet this criteria, send an email to

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