Index
Abject, the, 14, 106, 110, 113, 144. See
also Kristeva, Julia
Abuse, 78, 107, 141–42; human rights,
36, 122
Abya Yala, 3, 4, 146 n.3. See also Resis-
tance 500 events
African, 117; blood, 117; language, 98;
men with European women, 149
n.22; women with Anglo men, 149
Afro-mestizo, 49
After the New Criticism (Lentricchia), 74
Against Literature (Beverley), 114
Alarcón, Francisco, 122–23. See also
Mesoamerican
Alarcón, Norma, 29–33, 59, 96, 105,
117–18. See also Feminism
Albuquerque (Anaya), 88
Aldama, Juan, and Ignacio, xix, 146
All My Relatives (TuSmith), 78
All My Sins Are Relatives (Penn), 77,
152
Almanac of the Dead (Silko), 93
Althusser, Louis, 20–21, 23, 30, 59. See
also Hailing; Interpellation
American Encounters (Limón), 50
American Indians, 4, 10, 12, 14, 17–18,
72, 76, 78–79, 90, 138, 146; activist,
4; in film and television, 137
American Southwest, 19, 52, 72, 86, 88,
102, 111, 121, 132, 151 n.28, 154 n.24
American West, 19, 106, 132
Ancestors, 7, 88
Ancient Society (Morgan), 11, 147
Anglo, 15, 37, 61, 88, 103, 126, 136, 141;
based solidarity groups, 6; blood,
94, 117; centric U.S. film industry,
138; community, 97, 123; culture, 151
n.28; dominated political economy,
97; feminism, 30; identity, 77; im-
migrant, 104; institutions of power,
123; language centrism, 17; men, 149
n.22; patriarchal system, 126; point
of view, 124; workers, 66
Anglo-American, xi, 107; culture, 18;
democracy, 107; empire, 108–9;
feminism, 29; racial superiority, 108;
tradition, 97; in the U.S., 71
Anthropology, 12, 33, 44, 56–58, 87,
153; cultural, 57, 74, 152 n.5, 155 n.13;
Euro-American, 45; European, 45;
Mexican, 42–43; National Anthro-
pology Museum in Chapultepec
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