The book moving politics emotion and act ups fight against aids deborah b gould is published by university of chicago press moving politics emotion and act ups fight against aids gould about. A participant herself in act up chicago she has the analytic clarity to describe the movements eventual fissioning especially over the amount of attention to give to the different health challenges of gay white men or of women and people of color among aids victims. A very dense but eminently readable look at the power of emotional politics and political emotion gould uses her own experiences in act up aids activism to explore politics in both a very personal and infinitely expansive way. Get this from a library moving politics emotion and act ups fight against aids deborah b gould in the late 1980s after a decade spent engaged in more routine interest group politics thousands of lesbians and gay men responded to the aids crisis by defiantly and dramatically taking to the . Moving politics emotion and act ups fight against aids by deborah b gould university of chicago press 2009 536 pages 65 cloth 23 paper in moving politics gould conducts a multi sited historical examination of the rise and fall of the aids coalition to unleash power by integrating the work of emotions scholars with problems and
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