Abercrombie, Thomas, 265 n.2
Aboriginality: the body and, 60, 129,
133, 151, 153; the bush and, 24, 113,
174–75, 186–87, 206, 234–35; class
and, 60, 66–67, 77, 111–14, 129, 161,
163, 174–75, 186–87, 196, 201, 229;
dancing and, 150–53; ethnic hierar-
chies and, 112–14, 129, 133, 150–51,
156, 159–61, 184–85; local knowl-
edge and, 184–85; party politics
and, 234–38; poverty and, 19, 24,
160, 174–75, 184, 187, 201–5, 229. See
also Ethnicity
Adorno, Theodor, 255–56
Agency: concept of, 256
Agriculture, 30, 268 n.14, 268 n.15
Alienation: concept of, 137, 256–57.
Seealso Estrangement
Amariglio, Jack, 138
Ancient ones, 10, 21, 267 n.2; cattle
and, 62, 224; clashes with the
army, 62–65, 66, 196–97; their
‘‘ignorance,’’ 57, 62, 65, 70–71; mis-
sionaries and, 69, 73–77; physical
strength of, 58, 65, 71, 173, 185; on
the plantations, 56–59, 60, 66–68;
warfare and, 54–56, 68, 71, 78, 99,
224, 228; wealth and, 206
Anderson, Benedict, 169
Anglican missionization, 5, 11, 17;
agriculture and, 82, 225; the army
and, 85–87, 196–97; arrival in the
Argentinean Chaco, 72–73, 270 n.1
(ch.4); the bush and, 84, 87, 96–
99, 225; devil imageries and, 8,
88–92, 95–96, 97, 124, 138, 194–95;
discipline and, 79–80, 88–99, 116,
153–55, 225; education and, 17, 80–
81; foraging and,
(ch.6); handicraft
278 n.1 (ch.15); he
80; plantations an
protection provid
87, 197, 271 n.1, 27
and, 79, 89–91, 94
with government
Toba leaders and,
270–71 n.2 (ch.5);
Seealso Misión El
Appadurai, Arjun, 1
Arengo, Elena, 51
Army, 2; campaign i
campaign in 1911,
the Toba, 62–63,
of, 65–68; massac
84, 86; in Misión
plantations and, 5
Arnott, John, 266 n.
Arreglo grande, 59,
145, 198
Astrada Domingo, 5
Autonomy: from th
60–61, 65–66, 196
2, 5, 43–44, 60–61
235, 251; from exp
43–44, 59–61, 165–
224; gender relati
235–36; from miss
149–51, 153–55; fro
234–38
Balzac, Honoré de,
Bean farms, 10, 34–3
on, 210–11, 217–19
219–20; sex on, 21
on, 209–10, 217; w
278 n.6, 279 n.7
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