index
Aborigines’ Rights Protection Society
(aRPs),
90, 93, 237n94
Abyssinia. See Ethiopia
Aeschylus, 135
Africa and the World, 6, 111–12, 140,
242n204
Africa House Defence Committee, 88
African art, 71–74
African Sentinel, 111–12, 120, 242n204
Afro- Victorianism, 21, 220n31
Aggrey House, 88, 173, 236n81
America, 8–9, 76, 80, 100, 105, 110, 118,
121, 177, 200, 204; American Civil
War, 58, 185; American Revolu-
tion, 198; race and racism, 21, 24–25,
67–68; scholarship in, 174–75; Trot-
skyist movement in, 75, 198–99, 205,
214. See also American Civilization
(James); Association for the Study
of Negro Life and History; National
Association for the Advancement
of Colored People; National Negro
Congress; Scottsboro campaign
American Civilization (James), 126–27
anthropology, 72–74
Aristotle, 173
Arlott, John, 125
Arnold, Matthew, 14, 17–18, 28–29, 34,
38, 206, 214, 222n70, 222nn74–75,
223n101; ideas of, 17, 26–27, 30–31, 33,
35–36, 223n88, 223n96. See also indi-
vidual works
Arnold, Thomas, 125, 141
Association for the Study of Negro Life
and History, 200
Attlee, Clement, 122
Austen, Jane, 173
Austin, H. B. G., 132
Azikiwe, Nnamdi, 241n191
Bach, J. S., 44, 82
Bagot, Geoffrey, 82
Baldwin, Stanley, 93
Barnes, Leonard, 105, 201, 239n153
Barnes, Sydney, 50–51, 228n73
Beacon, The, 25–26, 28, 34, 162, 221n62
Beard, J. R., 164, 248n17
Beckles, Hilary, 132–33
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 44, 82
Belloc, Hilaire, 161
Benjamin, Walter, 85–86, 178, 192
Bennett, Arnold, 7, 144
Bergson, Henri, 84–85
Besson, William, 160
Beyond a Boundary (James), 4, 17,
20–21, 30–31, 36, 125–28, 137, 147,
153–54, 215, 234n43, 245n56
Black Jacobins, The (James), 4, 7, 14–15,
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