INDEX
Note: page numbers in italics refer to illustrations.
ޏAbayas (full black cloaks), 120, 169, 172
Abdel Aal, Ghada, 28
Abdel Fattah, Alaa, 43
Abdel Salam, Shahinaz, 44– 45
Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, King of
Saudi Arabia, 171
Abu Sofian, 59
Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi (akp) (Justice
and Development Party), Turkey, 221,
227– 30, 236
Aden, Southern Yemen: al- ޏAidrus Revo-
lution Square, 91– 92, 92; civil disobedience
Saturdays and Wednesday, 89; flags in, 89;
history of, 90; Khormaksar Revolution
Square, 95– 97, 96; Midan Revolution
Square, 92– 95, 94; municipal services
failures, 89; urban squares and revolution
symbols in, 90– 91
Aden Live tv, 97, 103n47
Adler, Amy, 199
aesthetic body politics in Elmahdy’s nude
activism, 204– 9, 207
affective performance in Egyptian women’s
blogs, 32– 36
affective politics, 26– 27, 247
affective recognition, 31, 36, 41, 46
Ahmed, Leila, 103n44
al- ޏAidrus Revolution Square, Aden, 91–
92, 92
akhdam social group (Yemen), 91, 102n39
Akkad, Mustpha, 63
al- Ali, Nadje, 154
Allen, John, 100n18
AlMutawakel, Boushra, 101n29
AlRashed, Balqis, 175, 176, 182
Amar, Paul, 13
Amer, Kareem, 196, 207
Amwaj island, Bahrain, 109– 10, 132n19
anime, 67– 68
Ansar Allah, 100n15
Ansar al- Shariޏa, 91, 103n40
Aouragh, Miriyam, 11
Aquarium Theater, 158
Arabic language: archaic, 63; formal, in Egyp-
tian blogs, 32– 33; in Morocco, 147– 48; in
Ramadan religious tv and film, 63; Tunisia
and Arabophone- Francophone binary, 54;
Tunisian secularism and, 68
Arab revolutions and uprisings, overview of,
1– 3. See also specific cases
Arendt, Hannah, 4, 139
al- Asfur, Nafissa, 125
assassinations, 52, 53– 54, 72– 73, 100n20
Atatürk, Mustafa Kemal, 229
Atta, Essam, 43
al- Attas, Huda, 91
authenticity, 52, 65
authority, discursive, 33
automobiles as interstitial spaces, 182– 83.
See also Women2Drive campaign, Saudi
Arabia
Al- Ayyam newspaper, 84, 100n16, 126
Azazi, Ziya, 240
azroug (“blue people”), 66
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