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Treffry-Goatley Astrid Jane

Clinical epidemiologist - Africa Centre for Population Health

P.O. BOX 2744, Hillcrest, 3650 / 17 Warrior road, Hillcrest 3650
South Africa

E: atreffreygoatley@africacentre / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
T: +27 (0)84 2890125

WELLCOME TRUST – PI: Astrid Treffry-Goatley ‘Food across the ages: South African Reflections’ Dates: November 2014  – July 2015. GBP: 3,000

WELLCOME TRUST – PI: Astrid Treffry-Goatley ‘Public engagement with HIV drug adherence through audiovisual media (aka Adherence Stories)’. Dates: January 2012 – September 2015. GBP: 75,000.

PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Treffry-Goatley, A. 2015. Narratives of illness in post-apartheid cinema: what 
can popular culture teach us about HIV? Popular Culture as Pedagogy. Sydney: 
Sense Publishers (in press).
Treffry-Goatley, A. 2014. Communicating Science for social inclusion and political engagement: Reflections on the PCST Conference, Brazil 2014. JCOM, 13(03),  R01-03.
Treffry-Goatley A, Mahlinza M, Imrie J. 2013. Public engagement with HIV in a rural South African context: an analysis of a small-media, taxi-based edutainment model applied in Jiving with Science. Critical Arts: South-North Cultural and Media Studies, 27(1): 112-126.
Treffry-Goatley, A.  2011. Digital cinema:  An alternative model for post-apartheid cinematic production and consumption? Ilha do Desterro: South Africa Literature and Media 61, pp. 315 – 354.
Treffry-Goatley, A.  2009. South African cinema after apartheid: a political-economic exploration. Communicatio 36 (1), pp. 37 – 57
Treffry-Goatley, A.  2009. Representation, creativity and commercialism in the post-apartheid film industry. Kinema Journal Fall, pp. 5 – 14
Treffry-Goatley A, Tomaselli K. 2009. The devil you dance with: a critical review of North American writing about South African cinema. Journal of Africa Cinema 2(1), pp. 65 – 76
Treffry-Goatley A. 2004. Inyoni Kayiphumuli: the bird that does not rest. The Talking Drum (21), pp. 22-24.

BOOKS & CATALOGUES

Botha, A, D. Olsen and A.Treffry-Goatley. 2013. Good Health: Impilo Engcono 
Catalogue. Wellcome Collection. ISBN [978/0/620/56063/4]
Treffry-Goatley, A and T de Oliveira. 2013. Community Impressions of Good 
Health. Foreign Bodies Common Ground Exhibition. London: The Wellcome Trust, pp. 32-35.

FILMS CREATED

2014 Impilo Yami (producer)
2006 Artist inside Me (writer/director)
2004 Inyoni Kayiphumuli: the bird that does not rest (writer/director)
2002 Brother Clement Sithole and Inyoni Kayiphumili Children’s Home 
(writer/director)

2016

Treffry-Goatley, A., Lessells, R., Sykes, P., Bärnighausen, T., de Oliveira, T., Moletsane, R., & Seeley, J. (2016). Understanding Specific Contexts of Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence in Rural South Africa: A Thematic Analysis of Digital Stories from a Community with High HIV Prevalence. PLOS ONE, 11(2), e0148801. http://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0148801

2015
Treffry-Goatley, A. 2015. Narratives of illness in post-apartheid cinema: what 
can popular culture teach us about HIV? Popular Culture as Pedagogy. Sydney: 
Sense Publishers (in press).

2014
Treffry-Goatley, A. 2014. Communicating Science for social inclusion and political engagement: Reflections on the PCST Conference, Brazil 2014. JCOM, 13(03).

2013
Treffry-Goatley A, Mahlinza M, Imrie J. 2013. Public engagement with HIV in a rural South African context: an analysis of a small-media, taxi-based edutainment model applied in Jiving with Science. Critical Arts: South-North Cultural and Media Studies, 27(1): 112-126.

Public engagement research