Completed a 3-year project, co-editing a special issue of New Centennial Review with Mia du Plessis (USC, associate professor, Comparative Literature.) and Kathleen Chapman (VCU, associate professor, Art History) entitled: AIDS: Remains. My own contribution is “Mourning Becomes Electric: AIDS’ Vanishing Act” and a co-authored introduction, “No Nostalgia.”
I also delivered the keynote address for a conference organized by the graduate students from various disciplines: Conceiving the (Un)Quiet Mind. The title of my talk was: “He could live and love like you never could—and never will again": The Rise and Fall of the Modern Homosexual.