index
Adams, John Quincy: kowtow and, 65
Addictions: deterritorialization and, 55
Adventure stories: imperialism and, 301–
304; Issacs and, 305; race and, 303;
structure of, 301
Advertisements and Boxer Uprising, 188
Agency: Chinese and colonialism, imperi-
alism, 14, 18; Qing dynasty and Great
Game, 166–173. Seealso Qing Central
Asia
Alcock, Rutherford: extraterritoriality
and, 54; recommendations to Qing
government, 146
Allgood, George: Beijing auction and, 85;
publication of memoir, 189
Ament,William: Chinese characteristics
and, 231; defends looting, 236; inter-
view with Wilber Chamberlain, 236;
levies indemnities on villages, 218
American Board of Commissioners of
Foreign Missions, 297–298
Ancillary apparatuses: deterritorialization
and, 22; examples of, 23, 123–124,
142–144
Anderson, Benedict, 125
Anti-Westernism vs. anti-foreignism in
Qing China, 165
Arrow War (Second Opium War), 6, 3–48
passim; smuggling and, 54
Art history: China and, 132–135; interna-
tional markets and, 133
Article 51 (Tianjin Treaty): banned use of
yi (barbarian), 57
Art market: absence of 1900 loot in, 209;
British legation and, 132–133; Chi-
nese objects and, 133–135; treaty ports
and, 92
Asiatic mentality. See Chinese characteris-
tics
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