New Blog Post: Ian Bradley-Perrin and Mary Caple on Process and HIV/AIDS Historiography in the Public Sphere

image: Avram Finkelstein and Ian Bradley-Perrin in the Exhibition Lab in January

CEREV MA affiliate Ian Bradley-Perrin and Administrative Assistant Mary Caple share their reflections on the organizing process behind the “Collective Strategies for Visual Production on the Issue of HIV Criminalization” workshop and recent developments in the the historiography and public history of HIV/AIDS. This post is the final piece in a series of blog posts reflecting on projects that our affiliates, staff, and students have been producing this year that deal with HIV/AIDS.

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