Index
Aborigines Protection Society (aps), 104
Accompaniment. See cimi
Acculturated Indians. See Posttraditional
Indians
Adorno, António Dias, 10
Adorno,Theodor, 137
Aesthetic alienation, 244
African National Congress (anc), 262
Agassiz, Louis, 212
Almeida, Mauro, 128
Alarcón, Antonio, 164
Alvarez, Sonia, 154, 321 n.37
AmazonTown (Wagley), 212
Amorim, Paulo Marcos de, 18
Andrews, George Reid, 100, 114–15,
275–76, 317 n.79, 326 n.54
Anthropologists: as Indian judges, 230–
33, 207–8
Anti-Indian violence, 4–7, 61–83, 87–91,
95–98, 104–6, 143–46, 280
Apache (Indian community; U.S.), 176
Apukaré (aldeia), 11, 35, 107, 184–85, 214,
254–57, 260–61, 301 n.57, 312 n.12,
322 nn.50, 53; description of, 44–49,
253–55
Aranã (Indian community), 12, 14, 19,
158–63, 190, 205, 265, 322 nn.50, 53
Araçuaí (Minas Gerais), 44, 95, 107, 118,
252–54, 262, 323 n.53
Aracruz Forestry (Aracruz Florestal),
120–21
Araujo, AnaValeria, 86, 99, 310 nn.88, 90,
311 n.7
Artesenato (arts and crafts): as source of
income, 121, 144
Arunta (aboriginal community; Aus-
tralia), 209–10
Assembly of Eastern and Northeastern
Indians, 12, 320 n.30
Assimilated Indians. See Posttraditional
Indians
Assis, Machado de, 165
Aymara (Indian community; Bolivia), 211
Azevedo, Fernando de, 70–71
Back talk. See Indian talk; Race-
cognizance
Balduíno,Tomás, 146
Barbosa, José Candido (Kaxixó), 162
Barcelos, Luiz, 274, 276
BarraVelha, Bahia, 62–63, 196
Barth, Fredrik, 215–20
Bates, H.W., 212
Belo Horizonte (Minas Gerais), 14–15,
25, 40, 47, 49, 54, 80–82, 88, 119, 181,
187, 189, 201, 204, 239, 252, 262, 269–
70, 277–78, 319 n.19; description of
research site, 51–52
Bento, Maria Aparecida Silva, 237–38
Berwick, Dennison, 210, 219
BlackintoWhite (Skidmore), 70–71, 220,
226, 242
Blacks and blackness: antiblack imagin-
ings, 118–19, 171, 274–75; antiracism,
235; Brazilian perceptions of U.S.
blacks, 169, 303 n.11; compared to
the U.S., 238–39, 275, 330 n.21; con-
tributions to the nation, 179–80; as
culturally indistinct, 279; definitions
of, 169–70, 172, 240; desire for all-
black domains, 261–63; in Ecuador,
282; low racial literacy, 268–70; mem-
ory, 247, 327 n.7; one-drop rule (U.S.),
211, 238, 302 n.66, 330 n.20; popula-
tion size, 236–37; race- and conflict-
avoidance, 268, 274–76; as stigma (an
uninhabitable identity), 164–66, 181,
201, 238, 276, 325 n.43, 330 n.19, 331
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