INDEX
Note: Items in boldface indicate a table; items in italics indicate a figure; n indicates an
endnote
accidents: attempt to control risk of
(Bogotá), 75, 95–96; as future events,
222n6; household and domestic, 59,
95–96, 100; industrial, 74, 218n48; re-
sponse mechanisms (Colombia), 68, 71
accountability: demo cratic transparency
and, 212; government, 42, 46, 54, 113;
house hold, 96; neoliberal vs. populist
policies of, 108; state under denuncias
prospectivas, 180–81, 184, 188–90; willful
personal risk, 113
accumulation: capital, 17–19, 172, 192, 200,
235nn80–81, 236–37n2, 237n5; by dispos-
session, 17–18, 21, 22, 218n53, 219n71;
expense of others, 113, 242n39; Lockean
rationality, 113; primitive, 17
Afro- Colombians (afrodescendente): Jairo,
142–45, 148, 156; ste reotypes and assump-
tions, 144–45, 157–58
Agamben, Giorgio, 214–15n14, 222n4,
235n79, 235–36n82, 236n84
Angelus Novus, 175
Anjaria, Jonathan Shapiro, 198
Anthropocene, 32, 211, 212, 245n6
anticipation: anticipatory urbanism,
161–65, 170, 176, 180–85, 189–90, 191–92;
in “at risk” populations, 163, 166, 172–76;
denuncias prospectivas, 180–81, 188–90,
192; and endangered city (concept of),
27, 30, 205; of future harm as a basis
for governance, 1, 5, 27, 50, 60, 205,
222n4; government control and, 192;
government failure in, 180–85, 189–90;
government responsibility for, 42, 50,
54, 180–81; November 1985 tragedies,
42, 46, 58, 60; politics of temporality,
176–77, 190, 191–92, 236–37n2; produc-
tive force, 31, 38, 132, 170–72, 191–92,
237n3, 237n5; resource and danger,
172–75, 191–92; risk management, 37,
60; socioeconomic improvement and,
172–76, 191; state- subject interactions,
189–90; subjunctive state, 170–72,
191; threats under lying “voluntary”
resettlement, 170, 191; uncertainty and
insecurity, 5. See also foresight; future;
possibility
Appadurai, Arjun, 177
architects: Caja staff, 16, 64, 76, 106, 117,
173; city and its future as a concern for,
199, 215–16n25, 219–20n73, 244n68; risk
and security, 164–65, 191
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