INDEX
Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations.
Accession, of Portugal to eu, xiii–xiv,
xvi–xvii, 2–5, 27, 42–43; effect on
small-scale entrepreneurs and ag-
ricultural cooperatives, 90
acime. See Alto Commissário das
Minorias Étnicas
Addicts, 113, 122; as citizens, 102; gar-
bage sweepers vs., 103; as police
informants, 100–103
Africa, as destination for Portuguese
emigrants, x, 4. See also individual
nations; Portuguese Africa
African immigrants, 2, 21, 31, 47, 112–
13; as artists in Portugal, 32–33;
citizenship and, 44–45; commu-
nity building among, 114–15, 120;
as construction workers, 20, 41,
45, 88, 133; as domestic workers,
56; perceptions of, 137–38; police
relations with, 113–14; women,
23, 29
Africanity, 20; Cape Verdean emi-
grants as agents of, 25; ‘‘compul-
sory’’ Africanity, 32–36; utility
of, 63
Agamben, Giorgio, 14, 107
Agriculture, xiv, 2
Alentejo, 129; contrasted with
Lisbon, 19
Algés: city, 85; train station, 2, 93
Alto Commissário das Minorias Ét-
nicas (High Commission for Eth-
nic Minorities), 46
Americas, x–xi, 4
America’s Cup, 85
Amoreiras, 46
Angola, 2, 21, 74; Angolan immi-
grant/peixeira interaction, 117–19;
civil war, 41, 47; as colony of Por-
tugal, ix, 37; labor recruitment
and, 21; reference to, as sign of in-
timacy, 80; reference to, to legiti-
mate racism, 82, 99–100
Antiracism, 82; campaign, 7, 38–39,
40, 50; city as sponsor of political
correctness, 52, 79, 88–89; indi-
vidual expressions, 54–55; politi-
cal correctness, 8, 55, 75, 81, 161;
political correctness and the ter-
minology of race, 51, 53. See also
Multiculturalism; Racism
Arrastas, 25, 89
Asia, x
Asimilados, 31–32
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