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beyond, as well as drama,71 visual art,72 music, and dance. At least in the United States notoriety surrounded Bill T. Jones’s dance piece—Still/Here— inspired by the death of his lover/partner Arnie Zane, which Arlene Croce refused to review for the New Yorker on the grounds that this was “victim art.” 73 But probably the largest popular impact of the epidemic is through film and television, which insofar as they aim for a mass market are also more aﬀected by the stigma surrounding the disease.
involvement of increasing numbers of international agencies in programs aimed at eradicating the systemic and structural disadvantages experienced by most women. While progress is slow and uneven, the recognition of the empowerment of women as a goal is itself a significant development, and one that grows out of the globalization of certain values and institutions but also, and more importantly, out of the lived experience and struggle of millions of women in shanty towns and villages across the
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on HIV/AIDS, Geneva, July 1998. 37. See Chris Beyrer, War in The Blood (London: Zed, 1998), 32–34. 38. Dennis Altman, AIDS in the Mind of America (New York: Doubleday, 1986), 161–62; Edward King, Safety in Numbers (London: Cassell, 1993), 47–50; Simon Watney, “Safer Sex as Community Practice,” in P. Aggleton, P. Davies, and G. Hart, eds., AIDS: Individual, Cultural, and Policy Dimensions (London: Falmer, 1990), 19–34; JohnManuel Andriote, Victory Deferred (Chicago: University of Chicago Press,