Rackham Graduate School

  1. Jallicia Jolly: The struggle against HIV often takes a back seat to daily survival in Detroit

    Jolly is interested in the intersection of the personal and political in the lives of black women.  Her dissertation, for example, explores the sexual lives and grassroots politics of young Jamaican women living with HIV/AIDS and their impact on transnational feminist activism and public health. Her work in Detroit complemented this research.