INDEX
Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations.
Abd-el-Krim, 75
Abetz, Otto, 54
Action Française, 49–50
administration of the colonies:
anthropological overview, 12, 124
nn. 9–10; Delavignette’s psy-
chological profile, 17–21; Euro-
pean inferiority complex, 20–21;
Gauthereau’s ironic distance, 1–
5, 10–13, 123 n. 8; ideal person-
ality traits of administrators, xii,
14–21; Messmer’s morale/moral
analysis, 14–17, 124–25 n. 14, 125
n. 16; modernist social experi-
ments, 10–11; Orwell’s ambiva-
lence toward imperial role, 5–13;
structural functionalist anthro-
pology, 12. See also sahibism
aesthetic modernism, 60–86, 134–
35 n. 3, 140 n. 37, 142 n. 55;
Baudelaire’s ahistoricity, 61–67,
86; creativity of the colonial
unconscious, 73; demise of
France as creative center, 83–85;
detachment from society, 116;
fascist versions, 75–77, 139 n. 31;
Haussmann’s destruction of old
Paris, 62–63; linkage with colo-
nial Other, 60–78, 83–86; Ne-
grophilia, 70–76, 138 n. 24; ori-
entalism, 137–38 n. 2; painters
and sculptors, 68–70; primitiv-
ism, 68–70, 138 n. 23; récits de
voyage (travel writing), 67–68;
separation of art from morality,
85; surrealism, 75, 85, 138 n. 27,
139 n. 28. See also
postmodernism
aesthetic realism, 35–36, 38–39, 48,
77, 128 n. 10. See also Renoir, Jean
‘‘Africa Remix’’ exhibition, 153 n. 8
Algeria, xiii, 82–83, 114–15
Althusser, Louis, 102–3, 125 n. 19
Amerindian art, 75
Anderson, Perry, 101, 112, 141 n. 45
Andrew, Dudley, 35–36, 39
Animal Farm (Orwell), 13
Annales School, 108
Annaud, Jean-Jacques, 2, 70
anthropological sciences: Bour-
dieu’s unified humanity, 30–33;
funding, 25–26; historic evolu-
tion in France, 23–30, 126 nn. 4–
5; structural functionalism, 12,
124 n. 9. See also social sciences
Appleby, Joyce, 112
Aragon, Louis, 46, 50–51
Aron, Raymond, 31–32
arts and imperialism, ix, xii–xv,
60–86; aesthetic modernism,
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