INDEX
Note: Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations.
able- bodiedness, 142, 145–46, 147
ableism, 106
Academy Awards, 200n7
actuality, 2, 4, 98, 194, 197n2
Adair, John, 168; Navajo Film Themselves
Project, 16–17, 54–59, 204n65, 204n67;
Through Navajo Eyes, 28, 202n46
Adorno, Theodor, 221n75
affect, 52, 97, 98, 153, 158, 164, 215n67; affec-
tive transference and, 36, 37; neoliberal-
ism and, 28, 50; political affects and, 176;
voice and, 125, 131
African Americans, as Hurricane Katrina
victims, 11, 81, 85. See also bodies: black
Agamben, Giorgio, 70, 93, 94, 96, 97, 99,
206n21, 218n25; on anthropological ma-
chine, 161–62; on bare life, 20, 95; on
homines sacri, 7; The Open, 8; thanatopol-
itics of, 67, 94
agency, 53, 165; of children, 51–52; human,
81; nonhuman modes of, 21, 161, 164, 168;
Roberts’s, 82, 92, 100; speaking and, 105;
Tele Geto and, 66, 71–72
Agre, Philip, 158, 164–65
allochronism, 47
Althusser, Louis, 37
American Psychiatric Association, 125,
212n35
Amnesty International, 36
animal, animals, 127, 128; abuse of, 14; an-
imality and, 7; autopoiesis of, 218n31;
as collaborators, 22; consciousness of,
161; humanity of, 164; humanizing, 8;
intelligence of, 4, 152; liberation of, 154,
157–58; marginalization of, 160; percep-
tual world of, 167; rights of, 153, 159, 166,
182; selfhood of, 21, 154; studies of, 14,
166, 221n84; suffering of, 217n15; with
video cameras, 185–86; welfare of, 152; in
zoos, 160
anthropocentrism, 169, 190
anthropological machine, 8–9, 161–62
anthropology, anthropologists, 28, 54, 55,
107, 202n46, 221n75. See also ethnography
Ariès, Philippe, 38
Aristotle, 126, 128, 213n39
Arora, Poonam, 32–33
art, 48, 50, 53, 152, 154, 164, 173, 180; abstract
expressionism, 153, 163; animal, 18, 155,
165; education and, 37; elephant, 152–
53, 160, 162–63; galleries for, 31, 45, 49,
160; Haitian, 62, 63; photography as, 47;
primitive, 58, 163; reform and, 27; in To-
ronto, 183, 184
Asian Elephant Art and Conservation
Project, 153, 163
Asperger, Hans, 125, 212n34
asylum, 23, 37, 142, 143
Atis Rezistans (Artists of Resistance), 62,
205n3, 205n4
audiovisual hierarchy, 112, 118, 135, 140
autism, 24, 125, 144; approaches to, 212–
13n36; cure for, 104, 106, 142–43, 210–
11n9; diagnostic history of, 125, 212n34,
219n52; as emergency, 112; films on,
112–13; Foucault and, 141–42; spectrum
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