I N D E X
abjection, 53–57, 61, 367
acad emy, the, xii–xiii, 2–5, 8, 14, 32, 51, 91
activism, xii, 5, 51, 58, 154, 156–57, 265, 307;
black, 32, 39, 318–19, 366; feminist,
18, 155;
lgbt,
149–50, 287; hip hop,
149–52, 158–60
afect, 32, 61, 349; afective economies,
6; afectivity, 227; bonds of, 349; and
labor, 227; theory of, 6
African American Lesbian and Gay
Organ ization, 35
African American studies, 3–4, 11, 14,
27, 32–34, 36, 90; and queer studies, 2,
30–31, 57, 80, 363; and women’s studies,
381. See also black queer studies
African diaspora, 13, 18, 97, 123–25, 131,
133, 141, 355
Afro- Latina/o studies, 97
Afro- Atlantic genders, 133
AfroBreak, Lú, 149, 155, 158–60
agencement, 28, 30, 44n4
aids.
See
hiv/aids
Alexander, M. Jacqui, 251, 253
American Civil Liberties Union
(aclu),
308, 335
Anonymous, 269–70, 273
archive, 60, 61; of black queer materials,
13, 43, 54, 66, 203, 385; experiential,
22, 380–82, 387; Ezili as, 133; of the
Harlem Re nais sance, 18; queerness in
35, 77, 305; sonic, 116; of vio lence, 307,
319, 324, 334
artivist, 149, 154, 162
Assange, Julian, 269
Audre Lorde Proj ect, 35, 341n5. See also
biomythography; Lorde, Audre
Baldwin, James, 48–49, 54, 59, 62, 238n41,
268
barebacking, 8, 24n18, 240, 244–46, 253.
See also sex
bdsm,
7, 217, 223–25, 235n8, 277; black
lesbian, 221, 228–29; racial dynamics
of, 222, 224, 233; role play, 19, 196; sissy
males in 204, 210. See also sadomas-
ochism, sex
Bentley, Gladys, 18, 196–98, 200–205,
207–13, 214n16, 215n35
big data, 20, 263, 269. See also black
data
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