Liminal Women: Diamanda Galás' Plague Mass as a work of Death Midwifery

Rienzo, Abigail.


  • Abstract: The United States AIDS crisis of the 1980s and 1990s was a complex space for activism due to its dual nature as a politicized social justice movement and a bona fide public health crisis. To be effective, activist work needed to address the political discrimination that led to the disease's spread, while also acknowledging the ubiquitous nature of the illness. Composer and performer Diam... read more
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