INDEX
Page references in italics indicate illustrations, and t indicates a table.
abandonment, 17–18, 293n23. See also
ethnic topographies of labor, racism,
and abandonment
abjection: definition of, 292n11; eco-
nomic, 6; of indigenous/racialized
women, 155, 160, 171, 176, 178, 213;
neoliberal interpretations of, 165; and
vulnerability, 149, 178
abortion, 209, 315n19
acdi- fundamyf (Agricultural
Cooperative Development
International– Fundación Mujer y
Familia Andina), 108, 112, 319n18
addition, meta phors of, 301n66
adoption, 316n22
Africa, development in, 26
Agamben, Giorgio, 295n3
Agrarian Census (2003), 110
agrarian frontier programs, 50
Agrarian Reform (1964), 48
Agrarian Reform (1973), 297n25
Alausí (Chimborazo province, Ec uador):
comunas in, 230; eu rural women’s
project in, 133–38, 135, 146, 171, 175,
177; indigenous majority in, 128, 136;
poverty in, 133; women’s health rights
in, 315n6; women’s role in government
in, 248
Alianza País party, 320n27
Aliméntate Ec ua dor, 322n10
allegados/arrimados system, 41
Almeida, Milena, 166–67
Alonso, Ana Maria, 194
Amazonia, 48–50, 61, 297–98n29,
305n33, 306n48, 315n6, 318n6
American Indians, 289–90
Ana (case study), 94–95, 228
Ana Maria (case study), 135, 137, 169,
245–46
Andean Mission, 45–46, 46, 297n19
Andrade, María, 80, 183, 276
Andrea (case study), 229, 240
Anthias, Floya, 194, 310n26
antiviolence statutes, 249
Aurora (case study), 2, 5, 23, 205, 241,
252, 318n9
axis, definitions of, 72–73
Aysabucha, Magdalena, 117, 173, 178,
280, 311n32, 313n17
Ayuda Pop u lar Noruega (apn),
320n33
bananas, 50, 86–87, 303nn17–18
Banivanua, T., 41
bare life, 38–39, 99, 207, 257, 277, 279,
295n3
Bebbington, Anthony, 52–53, 77
Bhabha, Homi: on coloniality, 16–17,
63, 285, 313n20; on the epistemic
violence of the postcolonial system,
43; on ethnic per formance, 298n35; on
female indigeneity, 63, 165; on global
postcolonial dynamics, 294n31; on
third space, 195, 211
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