Index
Abelove, Henry, 182 n.9, 187 n.24
Africa: in
A Florida Enchantment,
71-75
African American literature: II, 77-
81; and racial identity, 131-133.
See
also
Black Arts movement; Harlem
Renaissance; Hopkins, Pauline E.;
Johnson, James Weldon; Toomer,
Jean; Women writers, African
American
African Americans and early cinema:
as actors, 47-49; as audiences, 69-
70; as filmmakers, 195 n.26, 200
n.85
African Americans, representation
of: in
The Autobiography
of
an Ex-
Coloured lVIan,
II2-125; in "Bona
and Paul," 144-145; in
Contending
Forces,
81-100; in
A Florida Enchant-
ment,
59-61, 62, 64-67, 73-74; in
"Kabnis," 140-144, 145-146, 149;
in
Stone Butch Blues,
172-175; in
Winona,
100-IIO; in "Withered
Skin of Berries," 146-149.
See also
Mulatto
African American Studies, 4-5
African women: scientific studies of,
26-29
Allen, Robert
c.,
61-62
Along This Way
(Johnson), III, 129,
166
Althusser, Louis, 183 n.I8, 185-186
n.6, 208 n.3
Amalgamation.
See
Miscegenation
Ammons, Elizabeth, 106
Anderson, Cora (pseud. Ralph Ker-
wineo), 103
Anderson, Sherwood, 131, 160
Androgyny, 3.
See also
Sexual ambi-
guity
Anger, Kenneth, 155
Anonymity, 12, 83, III
Anti-Semitism: and psychoanalysis,
21; and Vitagraph studios, 52
Audiences, cinema: African Ameri-
can, 69-70; and class, 44-46, 200
n.83; white women in, 67-69
Authorship, 77-79, III-II2, 125-126,
129-130, 131-136, 156, 164, 2II
n.II
Autobiography
of
an Ex-Coloured Man,
The
(Johnson), 12, III-I30, 133, 164
Baker, Houston, 85, 183 n.I6
Baker, Kathryn Hinojosa, 35
Barnum, P. T., 58-59, 198 n.59
Bartlett, Neil, 8-9
Bederman, Gail, 182-183 n.I4
Berlant, Lauren, 163, 212 n.20, 213
n.28, 214 n.33
Bertsch, Marguerite: adapation of
A
Florida Enchantment,
50-52;
How to
Write for Moving Pictures,
50-51
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