Index
Page numbers followed by f refer to illustrations.
abortion, 48, 49, 82
accumulation, 137–38, 140–44
advertising, 69–70, 155n6, 161n51
aggregate life, 6, 33, 80–81; distributed
reproduction and, 9, 143, 170n60;
population and economy and, 1–2, 36,
137, 140
Akhter, Farida, 76, 105–6, 108, 165n22
Algerians, 4–5
anticipatory relations, 114–15, 126
Appadurai, Arjun, 149n15
Asad, Talal, 82
atmospheres: affective, 61, 72; econ-
omy and macroeconomy, 17–18, 20,
53, 151n3
averted births: calculations and worth of,
47–49, 53, 100, 104, 171n9; computer
simulation games on, 51; education
and, 113–14; manifestations of, 49–50
Bangladesh: cholera outbreak and fam-
ine, 83–84, 96; data on, 59–60, 127;
export processing zone (ePz), 94;
garment industry, 90, 94, 133; gov-
ernmentality, 87; precarity in, 90–91;
rehabilitation for raped women, 85;
researchers and scientists, 96, 98, 102;
war and mass death, 82–83, 165n22
Bangladesh family planning: contra-
ception distribution, 69–70, 100; ex-
perimental projects (1970s), 9, 78–82,
85–86; motivation for, 73; sterilization
campaign, 76
Bangladesh Women’s Health Coali-
tion, 82
“Because I Am a Girl” campaign, 119f,
120, 121f; canvassers for, 133–34
Becker, Gary, 115–16
Benjamin, Walter, 53, 153n27
Berelson, Bernard, 76
Bergeron, Susan, 148n15
Bergman, David, 165n22
Berlant, Lauren, 160n42, 173n11
biocapital, 6, 168n54, 169n60
biology and economics, 4, 148n7
biomedical technologies, 91, 92, 96,
168n54
biopolitics, 140, 141, 149n17
Birla, Ritu, 26
birth control. See contraception
birth rates, 3, 4, 29, 61; of Algerians, 5;
economic environment and, 10–11;
economic waste and, 42; modern-
ization and, 36, 37f, 38; quantitative
models, 33–34, 44
bodies: counting, 61; distributed repro-
duction and, 142; eugenics and, 3;
laboring, 32; operable, 168n55; racial-
ized, 11–12; sexed, 80; temporal rates
and, 12; value and, 115
Previous Page Next Page