index
Note: Page numbers in italics indicate figures.
Acholi people, narrative of, 20–23
affect: of quiet, 4, 31, 41–42; viewing
and, 67, 91
African Diaspora: fugitivity in, 10, 32,
43; identity and difference, 22–23;
photographic archive of, 3, 7–10, 18,
23–24, 71, 75, 98; refusal in, 4, 9, 10;
studies, 10; transfiguration in, 6, 26,
31, 43, 45; visibility and, 7
Afro-Caribbean community, 24, 28–29,
33–34, 43, 121n11
Ament, Aharona, 119n3
“American Grammar Book” (Spillers).
See “Mama’s Baby, Papa’s Maybe”
(Spillers)
anteriority of futurity, 17, 82, 114, 116
apartheid, 57
Athanasiou, Athena, 32
Atlantic slave trade, 15, 16–17, 51
Azoulay, Ariella, 6
Bacigalupo, Martina, 20–22
Balsall Heath images, 24–45
Bavenda tribe, 55
Bertillon, Alphonse, convict photograph
methodology, 30, 75, 78–81
biopower, 76
Birmingham City Archives, 23–24, 28
Black Atlantic transfiguration, 6, 26, 31,
43, 45
black feminism. See under black futurity
black futurity, 8; anteriority of, 17, 82,
114, 116; black feminist, 15–18, 108,
114, 116; defined, 15; frequencies of,
28–29, 32–45, 107; fugitivity in, 43,
97, 109, 113, 114, 116; grammar of,
10–11, 17, 59, 107, 114, 116; possibility
and, 50, 59; practicing refusal and,
108–16; quotidian practices and, 9, 11,
34, 42–43; refusal and, 43, 108–16;
temporality in, 59; tense of, 17
Black Photo Album, The (Mofokeng), 10, 60,
60–65, 61–62, 67
bna. See British Nationality Act (1948)
Breakwater Prison albums, 72–82,
73–74, 76, 78–80, 83, 85–86, 94–97,
95, 99; “Book of Innocents,” 84–88,
87; “Description Registers,” 88–89;
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