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Movement, Knowledge, Emotion: Gay activism and HIV-AIDS in Australia

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Interviews

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Baume, Peter 1992, Professor Peter Baume, Head of the School of Public Health, University of New South Wales and former Liberal Senator for New South Wales, Interviewed by Dr John Ballard, 18 March, Oral History Project: The Australian Response to AIDS, TRC 2815/1, Oral History Section, National Library of Australia, Canberra.

Baxter, Don 1993, Don Baxter, former President of the AIDS Council of NSW, Interviewed by James Waites, 26 November, Oral History Project: The Australian Response to AIDS, TRC 2815/75, Oral History Section, National Library of Australia, Canberra.

Bowtell, Bill 2005a, Bill Bowtell interviewed by Jennifer Power, 28 May, Unpublished transcript.

Brown, Bruce 1992, Bruce Brown, Interviewed by Martyn Goddard, 7 June, Oral History Project: The Australian Response to AIDS, TRC 2815/6, Oral History Section, National Library of Australia, Canberra.

Carswell, Phil 2005a, Phil Carswell interviewed by Jennifer Power, 23 July, Unpublished transcript.

Carswell, Phil 2005b, Phil Carswell interviewed by Jennifer Power, 17 December, Unpublished transcript.

Carswell, Phil 2005c, Unpublished speaking notes for presentation at conference Retrospectives: HIV/AIDS in Australia, Historical Perspectives on an Epidemic, 27 May 2002, University of New South Wales, Unpublished notes and personal communication with Jennifer Power, 23 July 2005.

Carswell, Phil 2006, Personal communication with Jennifer Power, 25 October, Melbourne.

Crooks, Levinia 2005, Levinia Crooks interviewed by Jennifer Power, 28 January, Unpublished transcript.

Davis, Ken 2004, Ken Davis interviewed by Jennifer Power, 4 November, Unpublished transcript.

Dwyer, John 1993, Interview with Professor John Dwyer, Clinical Director, Prince of Wales Hospital and member of NACAIDS, Interviewed by Stewart Harris, Oral History Project: The Australian Response to AIDS, TRC 2815/51, Oral History Section, National Library of Australia, Canberra.

Lowe, David 2005, David Lowe interviewed by Jennifer Power, 12 July, Unpublished transcript.

Mark, Steve 1993, Interview with Steven Mark, lawyer and President, NSW Anti-Discrimination Board, Interviewed by Diana Ritch, 12 August, Oral History Project: The Australian Response to AIDS, TRC 2815/52, Oral History Section, National Library of Australia, Canberra.

Plummer, David 2004, David Plummer interviewed by Jennifer Power, 30 August, Unpublished transcript.

Power, Prue 2004, Prue Power interviewed by Jennifer Power, 25 May, Unpublished transcript.

Power, Prue 2006, Personal communication with Jennifer Power, 26 May, Unpublished transcript.

Rankin, Ian 2004, Ian Rankin interviewed by Jennifer Power, 26 July, Unpublished transcript.

Ross, Jennifer 1993, Jennifer Ross, Executive Director, Haemophilia Foundation of Australia, Interviewed by Heather Rusden, 11 February, Oral History Project: The Australian Response to AIDS, TRC 2815/18, Oral History Section, National Library of Australia, Canberra.

Thorley, Terry 1993, Terry Thorley, Interviewed by Diana Ritch, 25 August, Oral History Project: The Australian Response to AIDS, TRC 2815/54, Oral History Section, National Library of Australia, Canberra.

Whittaker, Bill 2004, Bill Whittaker interviewed by Jennifer Power, 6 November, Unpublished transcript.

AIDS Movement Campaign Materials and Community-Generated Information

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AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP) 1990b, Cut the Red Tape, Media briefing, AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power, Sydney.

AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP) 1991, Cut the Red Tape, Media briefing, ACT UP Demonstration, Sydney.

AIDS Council of NSW (ACON) 1989, Future Directions for the AIDS Council of NSW: A Strategic Planning Document, AIDS Council of NSW, Sydney.

AIDS Council of NSW (ACON) 2006, Community Support Network, AIDS Council of NSW web site, viewed 20 May 2006, <http://www.acon.org.au>

AIDS Treatment Action Committee (ATAC) 1991a, National Media Kit, July, AIDS Treatment Action Committee, Sydney.

AIDS Treatment Action Committee (ATAC) 1991b, The Economic, Social and Ethical Costs of HIV/AIDS, Adapted from AIDS Council of NSW 1990 ‘The Trialing, approval and marketing of treatments and therapies for HIV/AIDS and related diseases: a policy document’ ACON, Sydney, AIDS Treatment Action Committee, Sydney.

Andrews, Dean 1991, ‘HIV and AIDS Treatments: Action Campaign Gears Up’, Sydney Star Observer, 28 June, p. 1.

Anonymous 1991, ‘Diary of a D-Day Full of Daredevil Drama’, Melbourne Star Observer, 14 June, p. 3.

Ariss, Robert 1989, ‘Convener’s Report, PLWHA NSW’, Annual Report, People Living With HIV/AIDS NSW, Sydney.

Australian AIDS Memorial Quilt Project 2004, History of the Australian AIDS Memorial Quilt Project, Australian AIDS Memorial Quilt web site, viewed 2 December 2005, <http://www.AIDSquilt.org.au>

Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations (AFAO) 1992, HIV/AIDS and Australia’s Community-Based Sector: A Success Story in Prevention, Paper commissioned by the Commonwealth Department of Health, Housing and Community Services for the National HIV/AIDS Strategy Evaluation, Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations, Canberra.

Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations (AFAO) 2003, HIV on the Rise in Three States: Australia’s National AIDS Strategy Must Be Revitalised, Press release, 29 May, Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations, Newtown, NSW, viewed 2 June 2003, <http://www.afao.org.au>

Bobby Goldsmith Foundation (BGF) 1999, Who Was Bobby Goldsmith?, Bobby Goldsmith Foundation web site, viewed 24 April 2004, <http://www.bgf.org>

Brown, Bruce 1991, Acting Up Down Under (ACT UP Campaign Sheet), AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power, Sydney [paper held at the Noel Butlin Archives, Ref. H3N/12, No. 174/8].

Carr, Adam 1987, ‘President’s Report’, Annual Report, Victorian AIDS Council, Melbourne.

Carr, Adam 1991, ‘Once More Unto the Breach’, Outrage, June, pp. 42–4.

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Carswell, Phil 1985a, ‘Gay Men Should Ignore This Test’, Outrage, February, pp. 5–7.

Carswell, Phil 1986, ‘President’s Report: Where We’ve Been, Where We’re Going’, Annual Report, Victorian AIDS Council, Melbourne.

Croome, Rodney 1992, ‘AIDS as a Euphemism for Homosexuality’, Sydney Star Observer, 1 May, p. 15.

D, Tim 2007, ‘Chasing Bugs in the News’, SameSame, 21 April, <http://www.samesame.com.au/news/local/650/Chasing_Bugs_In_The_News>

Gamma Project Victoria (GAMMA) n.d., GAMMA Project: AIDS Bisexual Men and Their Female Partners, Publicity flyer, Gamma Project Victoria.

Gamma Project Victoria (GAMMA) 1986, GAMMA Melbourne AIDS Public Education and Awareness Project, Media release, Gamma Project Victoria.

Goddard, Martyn 1991, ‘Howe Moves on Drugs’, Melbourne Star Observer, 12 July, p. 1.

Grant, Peter 1987, ‘The Education Working Group’, Annual Report, Victorian AIDS Council, Melbourne.

Keenan, Tony 1992, ‘President’s Report’, Annual Report, Victorian AIDS Council, Melbourne.

McDougall, Michael 1991, ‘D-Day Attack Sydney’, Sydney Star Observer, 14 June, pp. 1 and 9.

McQuarrie, Vanessa 1993, ‘“Keep on Acting” Says Richardson’, Sydney Star Observer, 12 November, p. 7.

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Michael, Dean 1987, ‘The Political Action Working Group’, Annual Report, Victorian AIDS Council, Melbourne.

Morcos, Monica 1986, ‘Money Matters’, Annual Report, Victorian AIDS Council, Melbourne.

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Tabone, Joey 2004, Australia’s Response to HIV/AIDS at Risk Through Lack of Leadership from the Commonwealth Government, Media release, 18 May, AIDS Action Council of the ACT, Canberra, viewed 20 November 2005, <http://www.AIDSaction.org.au/content/media/2004/responsetohivAIDS.php>

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Newspaper Articles and Other Popular Media

Ackerman, Piers 2007, ‘Deadly Game of Privacy Protection’, The Age, 12 April, p. 21.

Bagwell, Sheryle 1985, ‘The Van Grafhosts Learn How to Cope’, The Australian, 18 November, p. 8.

Bagwell, Sheryle and Leser, David 1985, ‘Crisis Point in Gay, Doctor Relationship’, The Weekend Australian, 2 March, p. 3.

Barnard, Michael 1985, ‘AIDS: A Time to Get Tough?’, The Age, 19 March, p. 19.

Barnett, David 1989, ‘Surgeons Alarmed at AIDS Risk’, The Bulletin, 25 April, pp. 38–41.

Border Morning Mail 1983, ‘Gay March on Police Station After Raids’, Border Morning Mail, 28 February, p. 8.

Brown, Malcolm 1985, ‘Homosexuals’ Angry Ad: AIDS Chief Speaks Out’, Sydney Morning Herald, 7 August, p. 13.

Carney, Sean 1988a, ‘AIDS: Most Support Marriage and Hospital Tests’, The Age, 3 December, p. 1.

Carney, Sean 1988b, ‘Support for Wider Use of AIDS Tests’, The Age, 5 December, p. 1.

Carswell, Phil 1985b, ‘Homosexuals Active Against AIDS’, The Age, 26 March, p. 13.

Chadwick, Paul 1982, ‘States Warned of Mystery Killer Disease’, The Age, 20 July, p. 16.

Cook, Sue 1983, ‘Disease Fear Leads Red Cross to Ban Gays as Donors’, The Australian, 10 May, pp. 1–2.

Coultan, Mark 1983, ‘Police Raid on Club Angers Homosexual Community’, Sydney MorningHerald, 31 January, p. 3.

Croft, David 1997, ‘Homosexuals in Schools’, Letter to the Editor, West Australian, 6 August, p. 14.

Cumming, Fia 1982, ‘Homosexual Study Urged Law Reform’, The Australian, 6 July, p. 3.

Daily Telegraph 1989, ‘Tough Action the Only Way to Fight AIDS’, Editorial, Daily Telegraph, 2 August, p. 10.

Darby, Andrew 1990, ‘Tas to Look at AIDS Laws’, Sydney Morning Herald, 28 June, p. 6.

Date, Margot 1992, ‘Storm Continues Over Hollows AIDS Speech’, Sydney Morning Herald, 4 March, p. 2.

Date, Margot 1993, ‘Patient With HIV Denied Surgery’, Sydney Morning Herald, 18 January, p. 5.

Davis, Ian and Birnbauer, Bill 1984, ‘Sinclair Links Labor With Deaths of Three Babies’, The Age, 17 November, p. 1.

Davis, Ken 1992, ‘AIDS: The Right Unveils its Agenda’, Green Left Weekly, (59), 17 June, p. 10.

Dawson, Jim and Dawson, Lyn 1997, ‘Dangers of Indifference’, Letter to the Editor, West Australian, p. 14.

Dennis, Jenny 2001, ‘AIDS Quilt Brings Comfort to Community’, Illawarra Mercury, 26 November, p. 7.

Dewsbury, Ruth 1989a, ‘AIDS Test Urged for Health Workers’, Sydney Morning Herald, 9 March, p. 10.

Dewsbury, Ruth 1989b, ‘Doctors Accused of Silence Over AIDS’, Sydney Morning Herald, 29 April, p. 7.

Dewsbury, Ruth 1989c, ‘Blewett Launches Defamation Actions’, Sydney Morning Herald, 22 July, p. 11.

Dickie, Phil 2004, ‘Probing Shady Places’, The Age, 6 June, p. 13.

Frail, Rod 1985, ‘50,000 Sydney Men Now Carry AIDS’, Sydney Morning Herald, 31 January, p. 1.

Frith, Marion 1993, ‘Honour the Courage of Those Living with AIDS’, The Canberra Times, 23 May, p. 2.

Green, Roger 1985, ‘With Compulsion, Victims Go Underground’, The Canberra Times, 6 September, p. 10.

Heary, Monica 1989, ‘Gay Man Fights AIDS Test Demand’, The Australian, 16 May, p. 7.

Heath, Sally 1990, ‘AIDS Poster Starts a Row Over Safe-Sex Campaign’, The Age, 26 July, p. 6.

Hole, Jacquelyn 1991, ‘HIV Sufferers United in Condemning Report’, Sydney Morning Herald, 5 October, p. 2.

Kent, Simon 1992, ‘Fred Wants to Tell AIDS Story Like It Is’, The Sun-Herald, 22 March, p. 15.

Kraft, Scott 1982, ‘New Illness Strikes Gays’, Launceston Examiner, 13 July, p. 6.

Langley, George and Rice, Margaret 1984, ‘Three Babies Die of Suspected AIDS: QLD Acts Against Donors’, The Australian, 16 November, p. 1.

Lawrence, Tess 1989, ‘AIDS: MPs Soft on the Fight’, Sunday Press, 25 June, p. 9.

McCauley, Carmel 1988, ‘Opposition Looks at Mandatory AIDS Test’, The Age, 1 September, p. 4.

McClelland, Jim 1991, ‘Both Sides Wrong in Outing Case’, Sydney Morning Herald, 14 August, p. 12.

Macdonald, Janine 1997, ‘Anti-Suicide Program “Had Gay Message”’, West Australian, 15 August, p. 11.

McDonnell, Dan 1985, ‘Patient Panic on AIDS Law’, The Sun, 28 September, p. 13.

Mandle, Bill 1993, ‘AIDS Gets Too Much Unjustified Attention’, The Canberra Times, 17 January, p. 26.

Margo, Jill 1989, ‘Safe Sex Hailed as AIDS Cases Drop’, Sydney Morning Herald, 5 June, p. 8.

Medew, Julia 2007a, ‘Court Hears of Psychiatrist’s Plea’, The Age, 23 March, p. 3.

Medew, Julia 2007b, ‘Health Chief Apologised Over Failure to Act on HIV Advice’, The Age, 19 April, p. 2.

Medew, Julia and Kissane, Karen 2007, ‘Gays in HIV “Bug Chase”’, The Age, 21 April, p. 1.

Medew, Julia and Stark, Jill 2007, ‘In Pursuit of HIV: Real or Just Fantasy?’, The Age, 31 March, p. 2.

Mercer, Neil 1982, ‘Board Reports on Homosexuality’, Sydney Morning Herald, 6 July, p. 2.

Mercer, Neil 1983, ‘Anti-Labor Threat After Homosexual Club Raid’, Sydney Morning Herald, 28 February, p. 3.

Midweek Truth 1985, ‘Die, You Deviate’, Midweek Truth, 8 December, p. 1.

Needham, Paul 1983, ‘Homosexuals to Fight Lethal AIDS’, Launceston Examiner, 31 May, p. 6.

Newcastle Herald 1985a, ‘7 Children Lend Their Support’, Editorial, NewcastleHerald, 1 October, p. 1.

Newcastle Herald 1985b, ‘AIDS Girl Banned on Biting Count’, Editorial, Newcastle Herald, 14 October, p. 6.

Northern Territory Times 1984, ‘Now Labor Party Blamed for AIDS’, Northern Territory Times, 4 December, p. 1.

Olszewski, Peter 1985, ‘X-Rated Posters Mark Gay AIDS War’, Melbourne Truth, 26 January, p. 13.

Pirrie, Michael 1988, ‘AIDS Experts Reject Compulsory Tests’, The Age, 2 September, p. 10.

Pratt, L. 1997, ‘They Deserve A Future’, Letter to the Editor, West Australian, 7 August, p. 13.

Riley, Mark 1990, ‘Holly is Farewelled, But the Grief Stays’, Sydney Morning Herald, 6 September, p. 9.

Roberts, Brendan 2007, ‘Seedy World Unravels’, The Herald Sun, 31 March, p. 1.

Robinson, Natasha 2007a, ‘Five Years to Tell Police of HIV Case’, The Australian, 23 March, p. 5.

Robinson, Natasha 2007b, ‘Officials Told: Dob in HIV Spreaders’, The Australian, 2 April, p. 5.

Robinson, Natasha 2007c, ‘HIV Policies Flawed as Officials Miss a Bare Reality’, The Australian, 21 April, p. 2.

Rout, Melinda 2008, ‘Piercing Used “To Help Spread HIV”’, The Australian, 20 June, p. 7.

Sampson, John 1989, ‘Date Set for AIDS Summit’, Sydney Morning Herald, 10 April, p. 9.

Sanderson, Wayne 1985, ‘Gays May Refuse AIDS Test’, Daily Telegraph, 14 January, p. 5.

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Sattler, Howard 1991, ‘Silence Is Not So Golden’, Sunday Times, 24 March, p. 39.

Stannard, Bruce and Murphy, Kevin 1989, ‘More Than a Million Australians? Still Glad to be Gay?’, The Bulletin, 10 October, pp. 50–7.

Stapleton, John and McCarthy, Phillip 1991, ‘Gay Guerillas Come Out to Prey’, Sydney Morning Herald, 10 August, p. 36.

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Sydney Morning Herald 1993, ‘Shame and Grief Mark the Death of a Small Teacher’, Sydney Morning Herald, 22 November, p. 3.

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The Age 1982, ‘Homosexuals Should Get Rights, Says NSW Board’, The Age, 6 July, p. 5.

The Age 1983, ‘Gays Form AIDS Group’, The Age, 8 August, p. 5.

The Age 1989, ‘A Tougher Approach to AIDS Prevention’, Editorial, The Age, 10 June, p. 11.

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The Canberra Times 1983, ‘Gay Protest’, The Canberra Times, 6 February, p. 3.

The Canberra Times 1984, ‘QLD Considers Manslaughter Charges: Sir Joh Cites ALP on AIDS’, The Canberra Times, 4 December, p. 1.

The Canberra Times 1993, ‘5000 March in Sydney Candlelight AIDS Rally’, Editorial, The Canberra Times, 24 May, p. 3.

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The Courier-Mail 1989, ‘AIDS Isolation Might Be Necessary: Church’, The Courier-Mail, 15 February, p. 16.

The Mercury 1989, ‘Making it Tougher in War on AIDS’, Editorial, The Mercury [Hobart], 23 November, p. 8.

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