index
Abrahams, Roger, 188, 217–18n27
affect, 128; definitions of, 15–16, 206n9; im-
portance of, 141; as prepersonal, 15; rever-
berations of, 134
affiliates and familial circuits of kin, 162–63
affiliation, 54, 58; and military membership,
59; and photography, 9, 13
affiliative relation, 58
Africa, 23–24, 147
African American community and vernacular
photography, 8. See also vernacular photog-
raphy
African diaspora, 68, 70, 114; and black Ger-
man diaspora, 24; counterparts in, 37–38; as
disruptive historical account, 37; in Europe,
13, 23; and family and affiliation, 13; photo-
graphic archive of, 36–37; photographic
portraits and transatlantic migration as part
of, 147; and photography, 5, 20, 23; and
racialization, 70; and sensate photographic
registers, 13; and seriality and circulation, 13.
See also Afro- Caribbeans; Afro- Germans;
black diaspora; black Germans
Afro- Caribbeans, 214–15n2; in Britain, 19, 119,
125, 127, 139, 147, 150, 164, 174, 176–79, 190,
194–95, 197–98; and dress and self- image,
160–63; in Picture Post, 181; and studio por-
traiture and British society, 197–98; white
British public’s anxiety over, 188; and Wind-
rush generation, 170, 173, 181, 188. See also
African diaspora; black diaspora; Caribbean
culture; West Indians
Afro- Germans, 19, 41, 67–68, 107; collective
migration as exception for, 23–24; as eu-
genic threat, 53; in military uniforms, 65;
as Other within, 100, 110; recognition of,
through military affiliation, 109; as Rhine-
land bastards, 42; sterilization of, 53–54. See
also African diaspora; black diaspora; black
Germans
Agassiz, Louis, 75
agency, 79–80, 212n4
Ahmed, Sara, 214n12
Alonzo, Christine, 30, 211n36
amateur photography, 105. See also snapshots
Annie Wood Community Resource Center,
156–57, 162
anthropology, 207n7
archival encounter, 20
archive, 36
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