‘‘Academics Smear Peter Tatchell’’ (Tat-
chell), 149, 210nn7–8
Acker, Joan, 8, 195n17
actor-network theory (ant), 197n1
Against Paranoid Nationalism (Hage), 169
Against Race (Gilroy), 219n16
Agar, Michael H., 194n11
Aizura, Aren, 148–49
Alexander, Claire, 194n13
Alexander, M. Jacqui, 13–14
Althusser, Louis, 39
ambivalence, 15, 196n21
‘‘Americans Aren’t Racist, They Just Have
Diversity Fatigue’’ (Derbyshire), 203n10
Ang, Ien, 201n4
anger: racial stereotypes of, 159–62, 179,
212nn17–18; as response to racism, 170–71
‘‘Anti-Racism Initiatives by Universities
Are Failing to Have an E√ect O√-
Campus’’ (Milton), 145–46
antiracist whiteness, 169–70
‘‘Anxiety in the UK’’ (Pai), 143–45
Anzaldúa, Gloria, 66
‘‘Are Americans Su√ering Diversity
Fatigue?’’ (Bronson and Merryman),
Arendt, Hannah, 29, 200n12
assemblages, 218n12
audit culture, 99–100, 105, 206n3
Austin, John: on failed performatives, 117;
on speech acts, 54–56, 58, 116, 121,
202n6, 205n2
Australian institutions, 7–8, 193n8
Bacchi, Carol, 193n8, 208n8
Back, Les, 46
Bannerji, Himani, 53
Bauman, Zygmunt, 185–86
being diversity, 152–57, 197n24, 211n11,
212n16. See also bodies of color
Bell, Joyce, M., 72
Bend It Like Beckham (Chadha), 165–68,
Benschop, Yvonne, 53
Berger, Peter L., 26, 198n3
Bergson, Henri, 200n12
Berlant, Lauren, 207n2, 216n3
Bhabha, Homi, 78
Bhattacharyya, Gargi, 204n13
Bilge, Sirma, 69, 204n11
Black British feminism, 13, 194n15
Black British Feminism (Mirza), 13
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