The Sociologists’ AIDS Network (SAN) was founded by a group of sociologists, including the late Martin Levine, who were concerned with HIV/AIDS. SAN aims:
- to increase the use of sociological perspectives in HIV/AIDS research and prevention,
- to increase inclusion of HIV/AIDS concerns in all branches of sociology, and
- to serve as a community resource for sociologists working in HIV/AIDS.
At the annual American Sociological Association meeting, SAN sponsors sessions on HIV/AIDS and makes awards for outstanding scholarship on HIV/AIDS.
Are you a sociologist or social scientist studying HIV/AIDS? Join today!