INDEX
accidents, agency of, 152–56
Adams, John, 104–5, 107
Afghanistan, U.S. occupation of,
122–24, 142–46
Agoncillo, Teodoro, 178–82
Aguinaldo, Emilio, 21, 27–28, 38–42,
60, 178
Akaka, Daniel, 101–3
Alvarez, Santiago, 37–42
American English: dominance in
Philippines of, 43–44, 203n4; global
significance of, 100–103, 221n3; his-
torical evolution of, 103–8; nation-
alism linked to, 108–15; systematic
privileging of, 109–15
American Revolution: American
English after, 104; Philippine Revo-
lution and, 30
American slang, 57–58
Anderson, Benedict, 63, 192, 205n19,
215n24; area studies and, 156–61
Anderson, Perry, 157–61
anonymity: of crowding, 85–92;
military protocols for interpreta-
tion and, 131–37; in photography,
166–72; sociality and, 73–74; texting
and, 79–82
anti-Americanism in Philippines,
46–50; Reynaldo Ileto and, 183–87
aporia of translation: elusiveness of,
12–14, 206n35; limits of counter-
insurgency and, 141–46; meta-
language and, 8–12
Appadurai, Arjun, 149, 158–61
Aquino, Cory, 168, 231n17
Arabic language: U.S. invasion of Iraq
and translation of, 115–19; U.S. mili-
tary language training in, 125–26
area studies: Cold War ideology,
149–50; language and, 149–61;
post–Cold War influences on,
150–56; role of translation in, 15–18
Ateneo de Manila University, 178,
203n4
Atkinson, Fred, 53
authorship, authority and, 177–80
autobiography, 16–17; Ileto’s use of,
177–80
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