Index
Acting out: and working through, 113,
164, 188
Activism, 5–6, 13–14, 242; and affect,
156–57, 159–60, 162–63, 166–74, 189–
97, 202–12, 227–38; and burn out, 160,
171, 262; and civil disobedience, 169,
186–87, 227; cultural, 158, 232–33, 314
n.4; definitions of, 317 n.30; depa-
thologizing, 188; direct action, 185–89,
286; documentation of, 158–60,
165–68, 189–90, 194–95, 205–6, 210,
230–31, 235, 262–67, 270–71; memories
of, 205–6, 227–38; and mourning,
162–66, 205–10, 220, 228–30, 235–38,
266–67, 270–71; and political conflict,
197–204; and relationships, 168–74,
183–85, 189–97, 207–10, 235, 237–38;
and sexuality, 202–4. See also act up;
Archive; Documentary
act up, 13–14, 156–60, 162, 165, 167–
209, 226–38, 246, 289–90; as affective
public culture, 168–82; archives of,
243, 246, 248–49; Austin, 157; and
class, 175, 177–78, 181–82; diva-tv
collective, 158, 161, 208, 247, 254, 267;
dyke dinners, 183–85; and feminism,
170, 174–75, 177, 183, 198, 201; and
gender differences, 181–82, 188; and
Jewish identity, 173, 177–78, 187–88;
Latino Caucus, 178; leaving, 231–32;
lesbians and, 158–59, 167–68, 174–85;
moratorium, 198–201; 1989 Stop the
Church protest, 188, 208, 267; and
queer identity, 159, 173, 191–97; and
race, 174, 178–80; and relationships,
168–74, 183–85, 191–97, 208–9, 235,
237–38; and women’s issues, 188, 197–
201; and the 076 clinical trial, 197–201,
234. See also Activism; aids
Affect: and activism, 156–57, 166–82,
185–97, 202–10, 230–31; and citizen-
ship, 11–12; and class, 81–82; and
humor, 23–27; and migration, 118–
19, 123–24, 153–54; and oral history,
160, 166–68, 189–90, 210, 283; and
performance, 20–29; and public cul-
ture, 9–12, 16–17, 20, 25, 47–48, 81–82,
118–19, 153–54, 168–74, 280–81, 286–
87; and queer theory, 47–48, 285. See
also Emotion; Feelings, Mourning;
Trauma
African American culture, 71, 73, 119–20,
126–27, 252
African American studies, 6, 20, 37–38,
285
aids: activism, 5–6, 10, 13–14, 29, 130,
156–60, 167–202, 205–12, 220, 227–
38, 249, 254–55, 262, 266–67, 269–71,
285, 289–90; archive, 267, 270–71;
and caretaking, 29, 159–60, 210–
26, 286; cdc definition of, 198, 229;
crisis, 5–6, 47, 156, 255, 269; and glob-
alization, 233–34; and mourning,
5–6, 16, 47, 156, 162–65, 205–10, 220–
22, 225–26, 228–32, 235–38, 249–50,
262–67, 269–71; as national trauma,
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