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Notes Preface (Second Edition) 1. For example, the work of Douglas Crimp, Jan Zita Grover, Cindy Patron, Tony Whitehead, Jeffrey Weeks, and many others. 2. Stuart Hall, "Brave New World", Marxism Today (London), October 1988, p. 24. 3. For example, see such accounts as Susan Sontag, AIDS and its Metaphors (New York) Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1988; and Elizabeth Fee et al (eds), AIDS: The Burdens of History (Berkeley) University of California Press, 1988.With the exception of Paula Treichler's magnificentcontribution to the latter, both books collude with a wholesale depoliticisation of the epidemic. 4. Jaqueline Rose, Sexuality in the Field of Vision (London) Verso, 1986.p. 5. 5. Marek Kohn, "Ways of seeing pornography", New Statesman (London) 11 December 1987. 6. Leo Bersani, "Is the Rectum a Grave?", October no. 43 (CambridgeMA), 1987, p. 219 7. Paul Hirst, "Psychoanalysis And Social Relations", m/fnas. 5/6 (London), 198], p. 91. 8. Michel Foucault, "Polemics, Politics, And Problemadzations", in Paul Rabinow (ed.). The Foucault Reader (Harmondsworth), Peregrine, 1986, p. 385. 9. See Simon Warney, "Introduction", in Erica Carter & Simon Watney (eds), Taking Liberties: The Cultural Politics of AIDS (London) Serpent's Tail, 1989. 10. Simon Watney, "Katharine Hepburn and the Cinema of Chastisement", Screen (London) vol.26, no. 5, September-October 1985, p. 60. Preface (Third Edition) 1. See Washington Post Service, "HIVIs Transmissable Via Mouth, Study Says", International Herald Tribune, 8 June, 1996, p.4, Paris; and Tim Radford, "Oral sex added to HIV risk list", Guardian, 7 June, 1996,p.2, London. For intelligent, informed commentary on this story, see Edward King, "Just another blow job",The Pink Paper, issue 434, 14 June, 1996,p.22, London. On protease inhibitors, see Keith Alcorn, "Getting proteases inhibitors", Aids Treatment Update, issue 40, April 1996, pp.1-3, London. 2. Adam Gopnik, "Read All About It", New Yorker, 12 December, 1994, pp. 86-87, New York. 3. Jill Tweedie, "Of all the callosities produced in Thatcher's Britain, a majority of our Press is the most callous", Guardian, 11 October, 1983, p. 10, London. 157 POLICING DESIRE Introduction 1. Observer, 5 October,1986. 2. Richard Goldstein, "A Plague On All Our Houses", Village Voice, vol.xxxi, no. 36, 16 September, 1986. 3. Julia Neuberger, "Aids and the cruelty of panic", Guardian, 9 December, 1985. 4. Simon Watney, "TheRhetoric of AIDS", Screen, vol. 27, no.1, January-February,1986. 5. David M. Lowe, "Where Do We Go From Here?", Sentinel (San Francisco) vol. 14, no. 16, 1 August,1986. 6. Ibid. Chapter One:Sex,diversity and disease 1. Iris Murdoch, The fire And The Sun,Oxford, 1976,p. 87. 2. Jeffrey Weeks, Sexuality and its Discontents: Meanings, Myths & Modern Sexualities, R.K.P., 1985,p. 45. 3. Richard Dyer, "TheCelluloid Closet", Birmingham Arts Lab.Bulletin, IApril 30 June, 1982, p. 43 4. Allan Barnet, "Saving Sex",New York Native, issue 161, 19 May.1986. 5. Jacqueline Rose, The Case Of Peter Pan, or The Impossibility of Children 's fiction, Macmillan, 1984,p. 16. 6. Allan M. Brandt, No Magic Bullet: A Social History of Venereal Disease in The United States Since 1S80,Oxford University Press, 1987, p. 202. 7. Ibid., p.203. 8. Larry Kramer, " 1,112 And Counting", New York Native, issue 59,14-27 March, 1983. 9. Richard Goldstein, "Heartsick: Fear and Loving in the Gay Community", Village Voice, vol. xxvii, no. 26, 28 June, 1983. 10. Ibid. 11. Guardian, 15 March, 1986. 12. Dennis Altman, The Homosexualisation of America, Beacon Press, 1982, p. xi. 13. Michel Foucault, Discipline and Punish, Peregrine, 1979,pp. 25-26. 14. Dennis Altman, op. cit., p. 188. 15. SeeMichel Foucault, "Power and Sex",Telos, no. 32, 1977. 16. Carole S. Vance, "TheMeese Commission on The Road", The Nation, 2-9 August, 1986. 17. Casey L. Klinger, Jocfe, January,1986. 18. See Rick Bebout and Doug Grenville, "No More Shit", The Body Politic, no.127, June, 1986. 19. Michel Halberstadt, "TheArgot of Dreams" New York Native, issue 167, 30 June, 1986. 20. Wayne C. Olson, "Transcending Gayness", New York Native, issue 160, 12 May, 1986. 21. Joseph Puccia, "Going Underground", New York Native, issue 160, 12 May, 1986. 22. Jeffrey Weeks, Sexuality, Tavistock, 1986, p. 73. 23. Ibid., p. 24. 158 NOTES Chapter Two: Infectious desires 1. Gayle Rubin, "Thinking Sex: Notes for a Radical Theory of the Politics of Sexuality", in Pleasure and Danger: Exploring Female Sexuality, Carole S. Vance (ed.), R.K.P., 1984, p. 267. 2. Maurice Blanchot, The Writing of The...


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