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Italicized page numbers indicate illustrations.
Abu Ghraib prison: photographs of, 21–
22, 219–28, 268 n. 20; torture and,
221–23, 225–28, 267–68 nn. 18–23
affect: affect care, 68, 116–17; affective
disengagement, 222, 225–27; affec-
tive exchange, 23, 218, 222; cultural
trauma play and, 21, 210–12, 217–
19; effective circuits and, 211–12,
213–21; national belonging and,
213–15, 217, 219, 221; politics of
bdsm
and, 216–17, 227, 231. See
also aftercare
African Americans: in Bay Area, 45, 47,
50, 250 n. 8, 250 n. 13, 251 n. 16,
266 n. 6; white/black racial imagi-
nary and, 199–200, 214, 265 n. 2,
266 n. 6; whites’ appropriation of
experience of, 196–99, 206, 266 n. 5.
See also cultural trauma play; people
of color; race play; slave auction(s)
aftercare, 9, 68, 74, 76, 116–17
agency, 18–19, 62–63, 146, 229–30;
gender and, 164–65, 168, 171, 179,
183–84, 263 n. 13; liberal, 133, 165–
66, 172, 228; libertarian, 166, 263
n. 14; neoliberal, 37, 58, 94–95, 98,
102–3, 121, 166, 172–73, 179, 183,
189, 228; race and, 172–73, 183–84,
197–98, 228; self-mastery and, 94,
97–98, 100, 146, 172, 179, 183–84.
See also autonomy; free choice; per-
sonal responsibility
aids
and
hiv,
40, 68–69, 253 n. 6. See
also safer sex
Alexander, Bryant, 218
alibi, 15, 17–18, 90, 151–53, 203, 207,
219, 226. See also bracketed space;
disavowal; play frame
ambivalence, 19–20, 25, 189–90, 229–
30; contradiction and, 142, 146, 185;
of the fetish, 266 n. 7; about individ-
ual versus collective responsibility,
94–98, 204–9, 217–19, 228; of late-
capitalist subject, 140–41; mas-
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