notes
Introduction
1 See al-Radi, Baghdad Diaries, 125, for the environmental e√ects of the war.
2 Ibid., 21.
3 Wackernagel and Rees, Our Ecological Footprint.
4 I am referring here to the Reconstruction Act of March 2, 1867, in which the U.S.
Congress stipulated that the former confederate states would be divided into five
military districts, each headed by a general.
5 Stout, ‘‘Bush Pushes Faith-Based Agenda,’’ www.nytimes.com/2003/02/10.
6 See Silliman and Bhattacharjee, Policing the National Body; Davis, Are Prisons
Obsolete?; and Sudbury, ed., Global Lockdown.
7 Pitt, ‘‘Blood Money.’’
8 Lamming, The Pleasures of Exile, 158.
9 Ibid.
10 Lewis, correspondence with author, 2004.
11 Freire, Pedagogies of the Oppressed.
12 Mani, Interleaves.
13 Allen, O√ the Reservation.
14 I am borrowing here from Thích Nhât H’ahn, Our Appointment with Life.
15 Moraga and Anzaldúa, eds., This Bridge Called My Back; Lorde, Sister Outsider;
Smith, ed., Home Girls.
16 Alexander and Mohanty, eds., Feminist Genealogies, xiv.
17 Langton, ‘‘Speech Acts and Unspeakable Acts.’’
18 Frymer and Skrentny, ‘‘The Rise of Instrumental A≈rmative Action’’; and Mo-
hanty, ‘‘A≈rmative Action in the Service of Empire.’’
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