Index
Abyssinia, 27
Adorno, T. W., 139, 140, 178; Dialectic of
Enlightenment, 188–89, 190
Aeschylus, 12, 140–41, 156, 158, 160–61,
168, 182; Prometheus, 151, 173–
74, 176; Prometheus Bound, 173, 191;
Oresteia, 173; Agamemnon, 183
Africa and Africans in the Making of the
Atlantic World, 1400–1800 (Thornton),
108–11, 114
Age of Extremes, The (Hobsbawm), 25–26
American Civilization (James), 12, 14, 139,
145, 148
American Revolution, 21, 85, 215–16
anticolonialism, 6, 7, 9, 14, 18–19, 29–
30, 34, 64, 94, 102, 118, 144, 172,
209; anticolonial vindicationism, 55
Arendt, Hannah, 21, 64; On Revolution,
21, 211, 214–15, 218–19; revolution
viewed by, 88–89; on tragedy, 211–13
Aristotle, 16, 152–53, 156, 162, 182; ha-
martia and, 153–54, 167; Poetics, 153–54
Arnold, Matthew, 70
Asad, Talal, 8–9, 19, 107, 115–19, 129
Auden, W. H., 25
Austin, J. L., 52, 64
Bandung, 1, 30, 57, 210
Begriffsgeschichte (conceptual history), 42,
45
Bennett, Louise, 143
Beyond a Boundary (James), 12, 14, 145,
148
Billy Budd, Sailor (Melville), 213
black historiography, 14
Black Jacobins, The (James), 9–12,
23, 29, 58; revised edition of
13–14, 16, 19, 123, 132, 145,
152, 163, 165–66; as Penguin
11; Tempest and, 15–16; probl
history and, 18, 22, 31–32, 3
37, 39, 40; Romanticism and
19, 55, 59, 96; Michelet and,
Trotsky and, 19; enlightenm
20, 170–71, 175; On Revolutio
21, 213–14, 218–20; sovereig
22; tragedy and, 22, 51, 133–
53, 175; English Romantics a
61–62; anticolonialism and,
57; Marxism and, 38; emplo
and, 50; as Romance, 50, 59
as kind of linguistic action,
slavery and, 64, 92–96, 106,
myth of the hero and, 71, 74
biography and, 71; vindicatio
and, 84, 87; idea of revolutio
88–89, 92–96; image of Afri
102, 104–5, 108; modernity a
123, 125–29; African decolon
and, 124; West Indian identi
124; as tragedy of enlighten
176, 182, 190, 206–8, 221
Black Napoleon, The (Waxman), 8
black Romanticism, 55
Black Spartacus, 100
Blassingame, John, 104
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