index
Abu Talib, Muhammad, 85, 86
Acheson, Dean, 99
African Americans: alliances with
Arabs, 278–79; black radicalism
and, 256–57, 278–79; domestic
racism and, 46, 58–59, 60, 98, 143;
in Hollywood films, 62–70; Islam
and, 256, 273–74, 278–79; Ma-
ghrebi songs and, 59; in the mili-
tary, 33, 34, 36, 37, 46, 64; Negro
press, 33–35, 36–39, 46, 60, 61;
The Negro Quarterly, 33, 71; North
Africa and, 3, 33–37, 66–70, 73–
74. See also The Chicago Defender;
race and racism
Agamben, Giorgio, 104, 113, 315 n.70
Age of Doubt, 93, 142–43
al adab at-Tanji (Tangerian litera-
ture), 80, 86, 116, 130, 138, 201, 203,
242–43
al Amali, Karim, 310 n.85
al-Fassi, ‘Allal, 84
Algeria: French colonialism in, 2, 5,
129, 190–91; The Garden of Allah,
8, 53, 306 n.46; Morocco and, 7,
256, 267; national identity, 106–
9; revolution in, 8, 171, 179, 290;
Soviet Union and, 266; tourism
in, 248, 310 n.80; unveiling in,
190–91
Algiers (film), 43, 306 n.29
Al-Hubb fi al-Dar al-Baida, 74–76
‘Ali, Yusuf, 326 n.27
Allen, Carolyn, 203
Al-Maghrib. See Morocco
‘‘Al Mirikan’’ (Slaoui), 59, 95
‘‘American Century, The’’ (Luce),
49–50, 65–66, 87–88, 113–14,
161–62, 189–90, 315 n.71
American Indians imagery, 34, 51–52,
306 n.45
American national identity: abun-
dance and, 146–47, 148–49; Age
of Doubt, 93, 142–43
American Orientalism, 2–3, 8, 40–
41, 71, 101
American School of Tangier, 131, 132,
139, 149, 180, 317 n.18, 318 n.37
anality, 153–55, 165–66, 174–78
Anthropology: authority of, 239–41;
cultural relativism in, 253–55, 257–
64, 268–72; informants in, 256,
271–72, 290, 291; as literary critics,
293–94, 295–98, 333 n.62; Mo-
rocco represented by, 257; temporal
distancing in, 262; translations of
culture in, 255–56, 294, 295–96,
333 n.67. See also Crapanzano, Vin-
cent; Fernea, Elizabeth; Geertz,
Cli√ord; Kramer, Jane; Rabinow,
Paul
Appadurai, Arjun, 15
Apter, Emily, 3, 105, 315 n.71
Arabian Nights, 30, 147, 282
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