Dan Royles is a historian of the modern United States, with interests in African American life and culture, public health, sexuality, social movements, and the human body. He received a PhD in American History from Temple University in 2014, and is an Assistant Professor of History at Florida International University. His first book, To Make the Wounded Whole: African American Responses to HIV/AIDS, is under advance contract with the University of North Carolina Press. As part of his research on African American AIDS activism, he is working on an oral history project and digital archive dealing with the history of African American AIDS activism. He also contributes regularly to Notches, Nursing Clio, OutHistory, and Chronicle Vitae. Follow him on Twitter @danroyles.