Abakuá societies (Cuba), 303–4
Abenon, Lucien Réne, 314
Aborigines (Australia), 72–73, 91–94;
Australian public history and, 13–14,
30, 74, 77, 78–81, 83–90, 94–96; politi-
cal activism by, 13, 82, 89, 93
Adélaide-Mérlande, Jacques, 314, 318
Africa House (Casa de Africa, Havana),
280, 282, 294–95
African Americans, 100, 144, 147, 150–51,
152
African National Congress (anc), 157,
163, 164, 169, 170
Afrikaans cultural revival, 167, 175
Afrikaners, 160–67. See also Voortrekker
Monument
Afrocentrism, 167, 170
Afrocuban religion, 282–83; folklorici-
zation of, 285, 292, 298; government
policies toward, 284–85, 289–92, 293,
304; in museums, 283–84, 286–89,
292–93, 294, 298, 304–5
Afrocubans, 282, 289–90, 297; cultural
performances of, 280–83, 284–85, 297,
298, 299–304, 305; national cultural
identity and, 282, 291, 292. See also
Afrocuban religion
Afro-mestizos, 216–17
Aguiar, Roberto, 256
Alamo, the, 122, 129–30; background to
battle of, 126–28. See also Alamo myth
Alamo myth, 15, 122, 123–26; attempts to
counter, 122–23, 128–31, 134; modern-
ism and, 9, 15, 131–34; origins of, 131–34;
racial categories and, 22–23, 100, 128–31
Almaráz, Félix, Jr., 129
Alvarez, Sonia, 250
American Family Immigration Center
website, 142, 149
Anglobalization, 14, 123
Anthropologists, 10, 12, 23, 24, 52, 60–61,
275; Cuban, 290–91, 316n26. See also
Ortiz, Fernando
Aotearoa/New Zealand. See New
Zealand
Apartheid, 160, 163, 166, 169, 170, 171
Archaeologists, 11, 92, 189, 190; Cana-
dian Museum of Civilization and, 61,
64. See also MacDonald, George
Arias, Enrique Desmond, 255
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