This book traces the emergence of a vibrant and multi-faceted national gay medical infrastructure during the 1970s.
Patient Zero and the Making of the AIDS Epidemic
How did a single gay man become blamed for causing the North American AIDS epidemic?
Local Sexual Cultures and the Response to HIV/AIDS Along the Uganda-Tanzania Border
Is it helpful to conceive of one African epidemic, with one set of universal causes? And how is the history of HIV understood within African communities?
Resisting the Virus of Prejudice: Sex Workers Fight the AIDS Panic
Sex workers, working as peer researchers, mapped the epidemiology of HIV in 1985.
The Curious Connections between Marriage Equality and HIV/AIDS
HIV/AIDS and the marriage equality have been the two events that have most affected LGBT lives.
The Calendar of Loss: Dagmawi Woubshet on Race, Sexuality, and Mourning in the Early Era of AIDS
The politics of mourning in the early years of the AIDS epidemic both in the United States and Ethiopia.
AIDS, Sexuality and American Religion: An Interview With Anthony Petro
Religious responses to the emergence of AIDS in the United States in the 1980s and 90s.