Research Outputs

Journal Articles (peer reviewed)
Nicholls, Emily Jay and Rosengarten, Marsha (2019). PrEP (HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis) and its possibilities for clinical practice. Sexualities. OnlineFirst 12th November. DOI: 10.1177/1363460719886556.

Exhibition
Çetin, Zülfukar; Dziuban, Agata; Faust, Friederike; Nicholls, Emily Jay; Oertel, Noora; Struzik, Justyna; Sekuler, Todd and Turan, Alper. 2019. HIVstories: Living Politics. In: “HIVstories: Living Politics“, Schwules Museum, Germany, 13 September – 12 November 2019.

Exhibition Catalogue
Çetin, Zülfukar; Dziuban, Agata; Faust, Friederike; Nicholls, Emily Jay; Oertel, Noora; Sekuler, Todd; Struzik, Justyna and Turan, Alper. 2019. HIVstories: Living Politics.

Witness Seminars
Nicholls, Emily Jay and Rosengarten, Marsha (eds). 2019. Witness Seminar: Antiretroviral Drugs up to and Including the Proposition of TasP and PrEP in the UK. Witness Seminar. Disentangling European HIV/AIDS Policies: Activism, Citizenship and Health (EUROPACH).

Nicholls, Emily Jay and Rosengarten, Marsha (eds). 2019. Witness Seminar: HIV Prevention and Health Promotion in the UK. Witness Seminar. Disentangling European HIV/AIDS Policies: Activism, Citizenship and Health (EUROPACH).

Nicholls, Emily Jay and Rosengarten, Marsha (eds). 2019. Witness Seminar: The Criminalisation of HIV Transmission in the UK. Witness Seminar. Disentangling European HIV/AIDS Policies: Activism, Citizenship and Health (EUROPACH).

Nicholls, Emily Jay and Rosengarten, Marsha (eds). 2019. Witness Seminar: Women and HIV in the UK. Witness Seminar. Disentangling European HIV/AIDS Policies: Activism, Citizenship and Health (EUROPACH).

European HIV/AIDS Archive (EHAA)
As part of my work on Disentangling European HIV/AIDS Policies: Activism, Citizenship and Health (EUROPACH) I contributed to the development of a European HIV/AIDS Archive and am in the process of depositing video-recorded oral history interviews I took as part of my research. You can visit the archive here: https://www.euroethno.hu-berlin.de/de/institut/einrichtungen/european-hiv-aids-archive-ehaa (work in progress).

Conference Papers
Nicholls, Emily Jay. 2019. Testing the boundaries of citizenship: the gendered dimensions of inclusion and visibility in responses to HIV in the UK. Living Politics: Remembering HIV/AIDS Activism Tomorrow. Berlin, Germany.13th September.

Nicholls, Emily Jay. 2018. The Witness Seminar as a Method for Recording HIV/AIDS Histories. Association for the Social Sciences and Humanities in HIV. Amsterdam, Netherlands. 23rd July.

Nicholls, Emily Jay. 2018. Mapping AIDS Activism and Policy in the UK through Oral History Interviews. European Social Science and History Conference. Belfast, UK. 4th April.

Nicholls, Emily Jay. 2014. Clinicians and archivists: between institutions and communities. HIV/AIDS Archive Collections in the UK: Recording an ongoing epidemic (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine). London, UK.5th December.

Nicholls, Emily Jay and Pacho, Agata. 2014. Ethnography in the making: partaking in HIV testing to break the world record. New Methodologies for Interdisciplinarity in HIV and Related Health Fields. London, UK.25th June.

Nicholls, Emily Jay. 2013. The HIV Antibody Test: Enduring and Potent Actor in the Complexities of the Epidemic. Association for the Social Sciences and Humanities in HIV. Paris, France. 10th July.

Panel Organisation
2019. Roundtable: Archiving HIV. Living Politics: Remembering HIV/AIDS Activism Tomorrow. Berlin, Germany. 12th September.

2019. Thinking Critically with Care (stream) (with Fay Dennis and Jade Henry). London Conference in Critical Thought. London, UK. 5–6 July.

Conference and Seminar Organisation
2019. Conference Co-Organiser: Living Politics: Remembering HIV/AIDS Activism Tomorrow. Berlin, Germany. 12-14th September 2019.

2018.  Seminar Series/Reading Group Co-convener: CISP Salon 2018-2019, Ecologies of Care, Centre for Invention and Social Process. London, UK. November 2018-May 2019.

2014.  Conference Co-convener: New Methodologies for Interdisciplinarity in HIV and Related Health Fields. London, UK. 25th June 2014.