Index
Abu El-Haj, Nadia, 71–72, 213n10
affectability, 13
After Columbus (Axtell), 75
Agamben, Giorgio, 153
agency, 160, 203n16
Ahkwesáhsne, 126, 136, 224n49;
boundaries, 116, 127–28
Alfred, Gerald (Taiaiake), 44, 51,
105, 195, 210n11
ancestry, 41, 63–64
Anderson, Benedict, 17
anthropology, 190; American, 77,
82, 85, 102–4; colonialism and,
67, 95, 213n5; Empire and, 112;
and Indigenous politics, 11, 33;
institutionalization of, 88; of
Iroquois literature and tradition,
39, 69–76, 92–93; of Kahnawà:ke,
35, 68–69; law and, 100; mimetic
play in, 77; salvage paradigm of,
99, 208n48
apologies, 20, 204n23
appropriation, 51–53
Armstrong, William H., 80–81,
215n23
assimilation, 187, 205n28; attempts
by Indian Acts, 212n22; of
outsiders, 47, 49; through inter-
marriage, 62, 226n10
Axtell, James, 75
backstreaming, 72–73, 84
Barker, Joanne, 226n12
Beauchamp, William, 92, 215n18
Becker, Mary Druke, 132, 221n15
belonging: community, 173–74, 192;
membership and, 9–10, 12, 109,
185; state, 194
Berlant, Lauren, 173
bestowal, politics of, 157
Bill C-31: legacy in Kahnawà:ke,
110–11; Mohawk Law on Mem-
bership and, 60, 62; and Oka Cri-
sis, 150; reinstatement of status
under, 55–57, 61–62, 211n16
Blanchard, David, 54–55, 195
blood quantum: lineage and, 167,
210n7; membership and, 56, 62,
109, 161, 166, 175, 181, 198; rec-
ognition by, 54–55, 168, 224n48;
requirement for border passage,
120–22, 134, 137–40
Boas, Franz, 125, 213n3
Bonaparte, Darren, 214n17
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