• Annotated Bibliography

    Suite Triomphale (A Triumphant Sequel) Annotated Bibliography 2

    Introduction This post concerns my research into the relation between subculture and the HIV epidemic. Through this research I will learn about deeper connections between artifacts and the culture all around us. By finding these deeper connections this research will uncover the true meaning of the different cultures our materialistic world embodies, finding connections we wouldn’t have noticed otherwise. These connections found in the sources will bond together to form a bigger picture and therefore a better understanding of the HIV epidemic, and the subculture it embodies. Source 1 Research Question: What is the relationship between club culture embodied¬† in the quilt and the HIV/AIDS epidemic? Source Used:¬†Buckland, Fiona. Impossible…

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    Activity 2 Research Question part 2

    What is the Relationship between club culture embodied in the quilt and the HIV/AIDS epidemic? Buckland, Fiona. Impossible dance: Club culture and queer world-making. Wesleyan University Press, 2002. https://ebookcentral-proquest-com.ezproxy.gsu.edu/lib/gsu/reader.action?docID=776819&query= End Citation: The author Fiona Buckland is a researcher from Wesleyan University and discusses in the book the “improvised social dancing in queer clubs.” (Buckland 2) Buckland provides a multitude of bibliographies from people immersed in the club culture. This source was created to inform the general public of the under exposed side of queer clubs and the dancing involved there. This book would mostly interest those keen to learn more about queer club culture. Queer activists might find this information…