Index
Abish, Walter, 7
Abjection, 3, 21, 129, 184–85, 189, 196,
200, 202, 248, 312
Adelson, Leslie A., 12, 128, 133
Agamben, Giorgio, 127–28, 151, 208,
226, 298
Agency, 20, 196, 202, 244, 312
Akın, Fatih, 188
Almanyalı/almanayalı/almancı, 1, 57,
73, 228, 241, 243–44, 246, 247, 350
n. 16
Alevilik, 20, 249, 251, 260, 264–65, 268–
72, 273–74, 278
Alevis: and Alevistan, 233, 272, 273–74;
in Berlin, 248–49; and change, 291–
93; and dissimulation, 20, 92, 263;
headscarves, 303–4; and identity,
271–87; mimetism, 101–6; music, 76,
102, 176, 260, 263, 280, 281–83, 284,
286; religion, 20, 252, 279, 292; and
Sunnis, 92, 102, 251–55, 265, 281, 306;
territoriality, 260; wedding customs/
rituals, 168–74
Alienation, 200–201
Alternativen, 87, 90, 96–98, 146
Anatolia: as inherited landscape, 164;
Kurds, 92, 102, 154, 157–58, 251; mar-
riage rites, 170; music in Berlin, 75,
176, 282; representations, 190;
returning to, 242; villages, 17, 19;
worship practices, 263
Anderson, Perry, 16
Anthropology, urban, 82
Antinomianism, 252
Anti-Semitism, 53, 64, 126, 128, 130, 137,
138–40, 216
Appadurai, Arjun, 84, 246
Aptes, 254
Arendt, Hannah, 226–27
Aryan myth, 8, 208
Assimilation, 12, 163, 292, 307, 317
Asylum law, 61–62
Asylum seekers, 63, 73, 209, 230, 316,
348 n. 22, 356 n. 4
Auschwitz concentration camp, 127–28
Ausländer: Ausländerproblematik, 31–
32; defined, 55, 80; and equality, 88;
and nation building, 31; as political
touchstone, 67; representation of, 75;
status, 51, 63, 91; term, 93, 99; Turk-
ish Germans as, 10–11, 87, 162
Ausländer-seven, 126, 192–94
Aussiedler: and authenticity, 213; and
Germanness, 211; and identity, 5, 7;
immigration of, 67–71, 155; and inte-
gration, 159, 217; and xenophobia, 54
Authenticity: vs. cosmopolitanism, 48;
and deracination, 200; as elusive,
185; and ethnicity, 20, 96, 99, 146;
and food, 312; of Germans, 89, 159,
206, 208, 212–13; and headgear, 297–
303; vs. inauthenticity, 346 n. 4; of
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