INDEX
Figures in italics.
Abromowitz, David, 50
Abt, Clark, 225
academia, 5, 63, 159, 176, 279–80,
291; appropriation of, 158; branding
of, 123; communities of practice in,
140–43, 163, 166; expertise in, 18;
feminism in, 204–6; knowledge
transfer in, 262, 264; popular cul-
ture in, 40–41, 52; publication and,
182–83; reenactments and, xiv, 19,
157, 166, 208–9, 278; restructuring
of, 201, 204–6, 257, 295; trans-
disciplinarity in, 257, 266
academic capitalism, x, 19, 102–3,
106, 158, 179, 201, 218–23, 254,
297; definition of, 6, 220–22; Fen-
ner conferences and, 256–57; intel-
lectual entrepreneurs and, 189;
knowledge transfer as, 232
actor-network theory, 85–86, 102, 271
a&e , 8; Digging for the Truth (2005–7),
129–30
affect, 7, 13, 103, 201, 213, 258, 286;
affective melodrama, 132, 140; as
cognition, 14–17, 20; in commu-
nities of practice, 41, 91–93, 105,
143–44, 176–77; gaming and, 232–
34; globalization and, 26; history
and, 98, 159, 204–5, 252; queer,
204–5, 268–70; role of, in learning,
274–76, 280–83, 290–91, 295,
298–300; role of, in methodology,
97, 209–11; role of, in trans-
disciplinarity, 18; role of, in women’s
studies, 43; ‘‘things’’ and, 152, 197
African American Lives (Kunhardt and
pbs, 2006), 134, 188–92, 199, 256,
264
Agnew, Vanessa, 249–50
Aicher, Peter, 141, 146, 213
Akyar, Ibrahim, 142
Allen, Steve, 206
Ambrosino, Michael, 132, 135
amc, 188–89
American Chemical Society (acs), 60–
61, 67–68, 88–89, 117–18
American exceptionalism, 112
American Historical Association
(aha), 125, 184
Ancient Discoveries (History Channel,
2003–9), 139
Animal Planet, 188
animation, 9, 11, 17, 187, 215
anime, 53
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