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abandonment, 18, 22, 23, 28, 298, 303,
304
Abdul, Lida, 16
Abir (Anglo- Belgian India Rubber and
Exploration), 39–48, 50, 55–56, 60n2
Abu El Haj, Nadia, 20, 33n73
Abu Ghraib, 3
acoustic debris, 47–50
acoustic register, 17, 39, 51, 58
activism, 133–34, 136, 140, 142, 154, 156,
158n11, 314
Adorno, Theodor, 228
affect, 22, 72, 88; affective connection,
238; affective coordinates, 254, 262;
affective space, 33n66; affective states,
29, 256, 316; fear, 48, 50, 74, 150–52,
253, 255–58, 266, 277–79, 281; resent-
ment, 27–29, 316; terror, 4, 45, 124–25,
196, 230, 237, 239, 255–56, 258, 275,
281. See also emotional management
Afghanistan, 19, 115, 164–65, 247
African National Congress (aNc), 139
Agamben, Giorgio, 23, 137, 166–67
Agee, James, 24–25; Let Us Now Praise
Famous Men, 24–25
Agent Orange, 13, 26, 35nn104–5
Aida Refugee Camp, 20–21
Algeria, 10, 29
Algerian War, 29
Alumni, José, 242–43
Amazon, 18, 24, 118–23, 125–27, 175–76,
230
America. See United States
American South, 24–25
Andes, 227, 229–30, 233, 243–44
Andhra Pradesh, 287–89, 295, 304, 307,
310, 313
Antigua, 15
apartheid, 17–18, 133–40, 142, 144–46,
148–56
Arabs, 20, 44, 198, 211–14
archives, 47–48, 68, 72, 166, 176; apart-
heid and, 135, 148, 158n19; Jacques
Derrida and, 272–73; mode of reading,
58–59; postcolonial scholarship and,
4, 12; the state and, 168, 171–72, 182
Arendt, Hannah, 28, 113n80, 202–4,
222n7
Aretxaga, Begoña, 181
Argentina, 2, 23, 123–24, 134, 243
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