inDex
Abercrombie,​Neil,​42,​53n15
Abu-​Lughod,​Lila,​193n2
Abya​Yala​(mature​and​fertile​earth),​85,​
119n3
Academia​de​las​Lenguas​Mayas​de​
Guatemala​(Academy​of​Maya​Lan-
guages​of​Guatemala),​205–6
Academia​de​Lenguas​Mayas​de​Guate-
mala,​173n9
academic/activist​collaboration,​5,​9.​
See also​collaboration​and​historical​
writing
Acción​Católica​(Guatemala),​209
Acteal​massacre​(Chiapas,​Mexico,​1997),​
154–55,​174n17
activism,​activists:​academics​and,​5,​9,​
124,​131,​137,​140;​antiracist,​176;​assas-
sinated​in​Chiapas,​164,​167;​Mapuche​
intellectuals​as,​9–10
“Agreement​of​Wills”​(“Cession”​and​
“Proclamation”;​Rapa​Nui,​1888),​
56–57,​68,​73,​75n2,​76n11
agriculture,​80,​111–12,​164–65
aico​(Indigenous​Authorities​of​
Colombia),​142n8
Akaka,​Daniel​Kahikina,​27–28
Akaka​bill,​27–29,​35–43,​48–50,​52n10,​
52–53n14
Albarracín,​Roberto,​118
Albert,​Bruce,​128
Albó,​X.,​93
Alfabeto Único para el Idioma Quechua​
(Unified​Alphabet​for​the​Quechua​
Language),​120n16
Alfred,​Taiaiake,​15
Allen,​C.,​142n5
American​Indian​Law​Alliance,​44,​​
53n19
American​Indian​Religious​Freedom​Act​
(U.S.,​1996),​50n1
Americas,​the,​and​the​Pacific,​6–7,​24,​
219
Añaskitu,​120n14
Anaya,​A.,​93
Andean​Communication​and​Devel-
opment​Center,​89,​110–12,​120n7,​
120n14,​121n23
Annals of the Kaqchikels,​199–200
anthropology,​2,​122,​129.​See also​col-
laboration​and​historical​writing;​
ethnography
antimiscegenation​laws,​181,​193n3
Anzaldúa,​Gloria,​17
Apology​Resolution​(U.S.,​1993),​36,​
52n13
Archipelago​of​Juan​Fernández,​70,​
72–73
ariki​(chief​or​king),​56–57,​75n3
Arnold,​D.,​121n25
Asad,​Talal,​125–26
Atacama​desert​(Bolivia​and​Peru),​56
Atamu​Tekena,​king​of​Rapa​Nui,​56–57,​
60
Aubry,​Andrés,​146,​148,​171n1,​174n17,​
174n20
Australia,​on​indigenous​rights,​45
authenticity,​193n2
authority,​intellectual​/cultural,​4
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