The Art of AIDS
From Stigma to Conscience
Baker, RobPublisher: Continuum, New York NY 10017, USA
Year Published: 1994 First Published:
Pages: 256 Price: $24.95 ISBN: 0-8264-0653-X
Resource Type: Book
Examines AIDS as an increasingly common theme in drama, dance, music, film,television, painting, photography and theatre. Reveals not only the expected themes of death and dying, but also the issues of spirituality and healing, political and social action, sexuality and responsibility, isolation and community, racism and heterosexism.
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