Index
Aaliyah, 1
Acoustic mirror stage, 57–59
Adorno, Theodor, 207, 237–38 n.18
Adriano, Alberto, 166
Advanced Chemistry, 146, 165–69,
172–82, 196–97
Afro-Germans, 196, 247 n.50, 248
n.61, 250 nn.70, 72, 74, 76, 251
n.79; culture and identity of, 166–
82; during the Third Reich, 249
n.68; music of, 166–69
Agamben, Giorgio: on ‘‘coming com-
munities,’’ 148; on the example
and singularity, 16; on exception
and rule, 147; on modern sover-
eignty, 164–65; on refugees, 154
Althusser, Louis, 42
Altman, Rick, 31
Ansell-Pearson, Keith, 234 n.54
Anthony, Marc, 137–38, 141
Anzieu, Didier, 58
Aparicio, Frances: on music and mo-
bility, 133; on productive pleasure,
141; on salsa, 138–40
Arendt, Hannah, 207
Aristide, Jean Bertrande, 159
Armstrong, Louis, 12, 43, 48, 120,
222 n.18; in Invisible Man, 53–56,
59–64, 70–71, 113
Attali, Jacques, 213 n.19; on noise and
culture, 10–12, 114
Auslander, Philip, 216 n.17
Baker, Houston, 20; on black litera-
ture and sound, 21, 227 n.8
Baldwin, James, 39, 113, 208
Balibar, Etienne, 177
Baraka, Amiri, 10
Barbieri, William, 252 n.93
Barrett, Lindon, 37–39, 54–55
Beatty, Paul, 83
Benjamin, Walter, 47, 75, 104, 204,
214 n.7; and Ellison, 228 n.9; ‘‘On
the Concept of History,’’ 73, 78–79,
103, ‘‘The Task of the Translator,’’
103–4
Bennett, Gwendolyn, 84
Berland, Jody, 237 n.8; on space and
music, 110–12
Berlant, Lauren: on citizenship, 245
n.29; on sex and privacy, 126–28
Berry, Chuck, 186
Bersani, Leo, 191
Bhabha, Homi, 104, 207; on moder-
nity, 23, 214 n.6
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