Homo havoc: Queer citizenship, AIDS, and dance

Homo havoc: Queer citizenship, AIDS, and dance

Garth Grimball


This paper explores the connection of queer identification, dance, AIDS, stigma, and legacy within the San Francisco Bay region. via ethnographic examine with 4 homosexual male dancers and choreographers who lived in the course of the AIDS epidemic of the overdue Nineteen Eighties and early Nineties within the Bay region, actual and highbrow sorts of cultural transmission are vetted, explicated, and lived in the constellation of those shared lived reviews. This examine delves into the connections among trauma and cultural construction, stigma and legacy, and remembering and reenacting, and the way those connections coalesce to notify what it ability to be a queer citizen.

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