INDEX
Aborigines, 95, 103–5, 107–8, 109
Adams, Henry, 280–81
Adams, Rachel, 293–94
Adoption, 345–63; domestication of
poverty and, 350–51, 357–58; imperi-
alism and, 361–62; interpretations of,
349–51; truth commissions and, 358–61
African Americans: internal colonial-
ism and, 431–41; literature of, 180–81;
Native Americans and, 154–55, 165–
74, 185 n.30. See also Race; Racial
classification
Alaska, 297–98, 301–15
Alien Land Law (1921), 130–31
America as category, 363 n.1
Anderson, Benedict, 12, 31, 241
Anderson, Warwick, 15, 19, 20
‘‘Anglo-Saxon,’’ 249–51, 257, 264–65, 282,
369. See also Race; Whiteness; White
supremacy
Anti-imperialist movement. See Social
reform
Archeology, 297, 301
Archives: colonial Russia and, 299–300;
constraints of national, 19–20, 55;
construction of new, 135; household
guides as, 215–16, 236–37; missionaries
and, 462, 466; as site of knowledge
production, 196, 203, 455–56
Arendt, Hannah, 9
Argentina, 359–60
Armstrong, Nancy, 345, 362
Atlantic slave trade, 191–92. See also
Slavery
Australia, 95, 104–5, 109, 111, 112 n.8, 348
Balibar, Etienne, 275
Bartholet, Elizabeth, 346–51
Belonging, 3, 13, 132, 458, 462, 465. See
also Citizenship
Benevolence, 97, 166, 408, 441. See also
Sympathy
Bhabha, Homi, 31
Binet, Alfred, 328–29
Biopolitics: as an analytic, 13–14; in
colonial education, 101–2, 106–8; in
imperial formations, 25–26; psycho-
metrics and, 326–27
‘‘Black,’’ 153, 259, 260, 263–65. See also
Race; Racial classification
Blauner, Bob, 431
Blood, 13, 107–8, 149–50, 245, 247–48,
263–64
Boarding schools: colonization and, 348;
Native Americans and, 46, 48–50,
284. See also Education; Reformatory;
Vocational schools
Bodies: ‘‘body work’’ and, 214–15, 236;
cartographies of, 214–16, 219–22, 234–
36, 448–49; imperial formations and,
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