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This front matter section of this book titled Aids and Religious Practice in Africa contains the table of contents. The book addresses the role of religious institutions in care, and of religious ideas in negotiating appropriate preventative measures. It focuses on the way people rely on shared religious practice and notions and on personal religious commitments in order to conceptualise, understand and thereby to act upon the epidemic, and on the suffering and loss that it brings about, so as to pursue life and creativity in spite of it.

Keywords: Africa; epidemic; religious practice

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