World AIDS Day
December 1
A Select Bibliography of Resources at Palomar College Library 

WEBSITES (federal government website)

Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS

World AIDS Day

AVERT - an international AIDS charity

Global HIV/AIDS Timeline-Kaiser Family Foundation

AIDS Memorial Quilt


The books listed below may be found at Palomar College Library; for location and additional information about each title, click on the blue hyperlink.  Search our catalog for related books or search the catalogs of other libraries.

QR189.5 .A33 C64 2001
Cohen, J. (2001).
Shots in the dark: The wayward search for an AIDS vaccine. New York: Norton.

RA643.86 .A35 E674 2007
Epstein, H. (2007). The invisible cure: Africa, the West, and the fight against AIDS. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

RA644 .A25 H663 1999
Hooper, E. (1999).
The river: A journey to the source of HIV and AIDS. Boston: Little, Brown and Co.

RC607 .A26 I52 1995
Howe, M. & Klein, M. (Eds.) (1995).
In the company of my solitude: American writing from the AIDS pandemic. New York: Persea Books.

RC607 .A26 M34 1999
McGovern, T. (1999).
Bearing witness (to AIDS). New York: A.R.T. Press.

RA644 .A25 N65 2007
Nolen, Stephanie. (2007). 28: Stories of AIDS in Africa. New York: Walker & Co.

QR359.72 .P56 A3 2012
Piot, Peter. (2012). No time to lose: A life in pursuit of deadly viruses. New York: W.W. Norton & Co.


The full-text of the following articles may be found by clicking on the blue hyperlink.  Find additional articles in other online databases.  Passwords are required for off campus access to these databases.

Bristol, N. (2007, October 26). Battling HIV/AIDS. CQResearcher, 17, 889-912. Retrieved November 15, 2007, from CQResearcher Online.

Chong, J.R. (2007, October 30). Analysis clarifies route of AIDS; The Virus reached U.S. by way of Haiti, genetic study shows. Los Angeles Times, A8. Retrieved November 15, 2007, from ProQuest Newspapers database.

Jefferson, D. (2006, May 15). How AIDS changed America; The plague years: it brought out the worst in us at first, but ultimately it brought out the best, and transformed the nation. The story of a disease that left an indelible mark on our history, our culture and our souls. Newsweek, 36.  Retrieved November 1, 2006, from Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center database.

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