INDEX
Aboriginal peoples, 104, 370. See also
Indigenous peoples
Abu El- Haj, Nadia, 42n6, 55n37, 364
Abu Ghraib, 311, 332, 340; photo graphs at,
153, 185n29, 312; torture at, 324, 326. See
also Guantánamo Bay; torture
Abu- Lughod, Ibrahim, 48
administration: of colonies, 212; of military,
323; of Netherlands Indies, 214n24, 219,
225; of U.S. government, 173, 181, 351
Adorno, Theodor, 339
afect, 5, 47, 225, 229–30, 260, 278, 308,
326, 367
afective: analytics of, 302; attachments,
219, 261, 327, 377; contamination,
250; distributions, 239, 310; economy,
188, 216, 270; genealogy, 205; history,
135; injury, 16; knowledge, 167, 209,
227; policing of, 258; practice, 34, 123;
registers, 226, 269, 350, 361; sensibility,
151, 208; space, ix, 147, 201, 231, 236,
363n70; states, 170, 224, 228, 378
Af ghan i stan, 47n17, 181–82, 184, 348, 363,
373n108
Africa, 65, 67n67, 73, 103, 105, 109, 137,
141, 148, 179–80, 193, 251n37, 310, 333,
356, 359; East, 103, 357; pollution of, 3;
Sub- Saharan, 334; West, 369. See also
North Africa; South Africa
Agamben, Giorgio, 22, 36, 77, 105–6,
196n69, 202, 223, 368
Agee, James, Let Us Now Praise Famous Men
(with Walker Evans), 371–72
Agent Orange (Herbicide Orange), 17, 311,
353, 373, 374n110, 375
agricultural colony. See colonies agricoles, les
Aix- en- Provence, 273–76, 279–80, 286,
296, 315
Al- Saji, Alia, 34–35
Aleinikof, Alexander, Semblances of Sover-
eignty, 194. See also sovereignty
Algeria, 90–92, 99–101, 112–14, 120,
123–24, 127, 136–38, 145, 147, 152, 155,
156n109, 157, 160, 170, 305, 317, 320,
348; Algerian War, 48, 109, 125, 131, 135,
144, 148–49, 154, 161, 183–84, 310, 312,
316, 322, 323, 378; camps in, 73, 75, 81,
88, 103, 115, 126; colonial Algeria, 34,
64n58, 94–97, 108, 118, 130n20, 140,
180, 185, 197, 221, 280, 349; in de pen-
dence of, 294; invasion of, 328; labor
in, 150n90; torture in, 143n64, 153
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