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Caruth, C. Keenan, T. (1991). “The AIDS Crisis is Not over”: A Conversation with Gregg Bordowitz, Douglas Crimp, and Laura Pinsky. Am. Imago, 48(4):539-556.

(1991). American Imago, 48(4):539-556

“The AIDS Crisis is Not over”: A Conversation with Gregg Bordowitz, Douglas Crimp, and Laura Pinsky

Cathy Caruth and Thomas Keenan

[The following conversation took place in New York City on Wednesday, 25 September 1991. Gregg Bordowitz is an activist, video-maker, and writer who for the past six years has been involved in the movement to end government inaction on AIDS. Douglas Crimp is editor of AIDS: Cultural Analysis/Cultural Activism and co-author (with Adam Rolston) of AIDS Demo Graphics; he teaches gay and lesbian studies at Sarah Lawrence College and contemporary art issues at the Cooper Union. Laura Pinsky is a psychotherapist in private practice and at the Columbia University Health Service, and director of the Columbia Gay and Lesbian Health Advocacy Project; she is completing psychoanalytic training at the New York Freudian Society, and has co-authored (with Paul Harding Douglas) The Essential AIDS Fact Book and a forthcoming book on the treatment of HIV disease.]

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