INDEX
abolition, 3, 30, 71, 74–75, 82, 84, 86, 93,
172
Africa, 38, 48–54, 70–74, 90–91, 94;
Black liberation and, 154–56, 160;
Blacks and, 11–13, 25–27, 91–92;
colonial conquest and, 20, 45, 56–58,
115; as mystery, 40–41, 50; precolo-
nial, 47, 91, 99. See also Chris tian ity;
colonialism; Islam; race; slave trade
African lit er a ture, 120–25
African nationalisms, 88, 119, 171
Africanism, 27
Africanity, 88, 91
Africanization, 54
Africanness, 25, 91
Afrikaners, 57
Afro- Caribbeans, 25
Afrocentrism, 178
Afro- Iberians, 14
Afro- Latins, 15
Algeria, 22, 108–9, 113, 160–61, 163–68
Algiers, 109
American Colonization Society, 27
American Revolution, 15–16, 81
Americanness, 25
anarchism, 30, 41, 43, 77
anticolonialism, 15–16, 41–42, 76–77,
88, 172
antieconomy, 31
anti- Semitism, 21, 62
apartheid, 3, 21, 35, 45, 56, 78, 161,
200n16
Apollinaire, Guillaume, 69
Arabic, 98
Arendt, Hannah, 56, 58
art, 27, 41–43, 63, 126, 173–74, 180
Asia, 45, 71, 154
assimilation, 62, 87, 97
Atlantic slave trade. See slave trade
avant- garde, 40–41
Azores, 13
back- to- Africa movement, 91–92
Bacon’s Rebellion, 44
Baker, Josephine, 69–70
Baldwin, James, 25, 39
Barbados, 25, 81
Bataille, Georges, 36
Baudelaire, Charles, 68
Bay of Biafra, 14
Behn, Aphra, 75
Benjamin, Walter, 98
Bentham, Jeremy, 55
Berber, 98
bioeconomy, 36
biology, 2, 5, 7, 20–23, 35–36, 55–56, 66,
73, 89, 159
biopolitics, 22, 24, 33, 80
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