INDEX
A≈nity, 83, 92, 120
Ahmed, Sara: Strange Encounters, 9, 141,
197 n.11; The Cultural Politics of Emo-
tion, 2, 123, 176, 183 n.2
Aho, James 170
Alco√, Linda 4, 61, 111, 131
Alignment, 15, 57, 66–67, 83, 92; of race
and space, 121
Althusser, Louis, 15, 133
Anderson, Benedict, 119
Anger, 155
Appadurai, Arjun, 39
Arendt, Hannah: The Human Condition,
80
Arrivals, 16, 39–40, 147, 151, 155, 169, 189
n.26; histories of, 41, 43; of bodies, 10,
132, 135; of objects, 37–44, 147, 149–150,
187 n.11; of queer, 178; of women into
philosophy, 62, 189 n.26
Arrivants, 39, 84
Assimilation, 173, 175
Attachments, 32
Attention, 29, 32, 119–120
Australia, 147
Bachelard, Gaston: The Poetics of House-
work, 184 n.3
Background 26, 29–32, 37, 38, 87, 90, 101,
193 n.21; and action, 37, 95, 127; and
heterosexuality, 87, 95; family, 38, 88,
90; of phenomenology, 38; tempo-
rality of, 38, 137, 143, 185 n.8
Backward, 72, 190 n.5; glance 155, 178
Bad faith, 196 n.2
Banfield, Ann: The Phantom Table, 3
Bartky, Sandra, 4
Bawer, Bruce: A Place at the Table, 173–
174
Beauvoir, Simone de, 4, 27, 79
Becoming, 128, 187 n.11
Behind, 142, 171, 193 n.21; and queer, 29,
72; and race, 131
Berlant, Lauren, 106
Bersani, Leo, 97, 172
Biology, 79, 124; queer, 192 n.18; as tie, 95;
Black, 199 n.28; bodies, 111, 156; feminism,
5, 136; man, 110, 139; as political orien-
tation, 156, 199 n.28; sheep, 127, 135;
women, 155
Bodies: body-at-home, 111, 138; collective,
117; and corporeal schema, 110; and
inhabitance, 6, 8, 11; and intercor-
poreality 5, 183 n.4; living, 2, 53; and
morphology, 99; out of place, 9, 61,
135, 140, 160, 174; racial, 110; and space
13, 65; virtual, 66; woman’s, 60, 71
Bodily orientations. See Orientations
Bohan, Janis, 68, 80
Bordo, Susan, 34
Bourdieu, Pierre, 56, 129, 184 n.7
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