We are pleased to announce that Punishing Disease: HIV and the Criminalization of Sickness by Trevor Hoppe is the recipient of the Lambda Literary Award for LGBTQ Studies. #Lammys #PrideMonth
Praise for Punishing Disease
“A thoroughly researched, detailed account of how the promotion of a model of individual responsibility for a fatal disease such as HIV serves to transform a medical problem into a criminal problem… Recommended.”—Choice
“A wake-up call about the dangers of punitive approaches to stopping the spread of disease.”—Steven Epstein, author of Impure Science and Inclusion
“This important book should be read not only by those who are interested in America’s response to HIV but also by everyone who cares about public health policy.”—Wendy E. Parmet, Northeastern University
Read and Learn More
Read Trevor’s op-ed in the Washington Blade about whether we should punish the sick. And read an interview with Undark, an interview with The Body and an interview by Mark S. King.
You can see Trevor at the Law and Society Association conference in Toronto (June 7-10). #LSA2018 #LSACA18
And you can read an excerpt of this award-winning book.
Congratulations, Trevor, on this prestigious award.