I N D E X
Abbott, James, 387
Abu Ghraib, 304; detainee abuse at, 306–7,
318; torture images from, 388–89
abundance, 208–11
academic freedom, 207
academic- industrial complex, 203
academic- military- industrial complex, 164–65
academics of color, 199
activism: in the acad emy, 203–4; against
hate crimes, 107; ethnic studies and,
205–6, 223, 255; indigenous, 144; intel-
lectualism and, 217–18; labor and, 7,
33, 157–58, 203, 205; role of scholar in,
224–25; scholarship and, 218
adhd (Attention- Deficit Hyperactivity
Disorder): race and, 136n87
Adorno, Theodor, 210–11
affect studies, 117
affirmative action, 423, 431; citizenship and,
162; as color- blind, 162; in employment,
162; in hiring, 195–96; multiculturalism
and, 212; in University of California, 162,
173n8; University of California v. Bakke,
173n8
Af ghan i stan: U.S. invasion of, 377. See also
Af- Pak
Af- Pak, 363, 365, 374n9; as concept, 376;
Durand Line between, 387; imagined
geography of, 384–85; sovereignty of,
386
African Americans: citizenship and, 340n6;
co ali tional politics of, 47–48, 50, 55;
enfranchisement of, 90n45; ethnic
chauvinism of, 57–59; globalization and,
57; immigration politics of, 55, 58; incar-
ceration of, 78; sexuality of, 35; in U.S.
Navy, 326, 328–30, 333–36. See also black
bodies
African American studies, 1. See also black
studies
Afro- optimists, 63
Afro- pessimists, 63, 84n1
Agamben, Giorgio, 15, 307, 484–85; on bare
life, 477; on colonialism, 488; on race,
483, 488
Agathangelou, Anna, 114
Aguilar, Filomeno V., Jr., 401
Ahmed, Sara, 107, 109
Albright, Madeleine, 361
Alcoff, Linda Martin, 422
Alemão massacre, 68–69
Alfred, Taiaiake, 101, 102
Algeria: in de pen dence of, 416
Alito, Samuel, 430
allegory, 275–76
Allen, Ted, 221
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