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Index
Abraham, Julie, 90
activism, 107–8, 169–70. See also con-
sciousness, consciousness-raising
activity, 208–17, 276–79 nn. 4–12
Adorno, Theodor, 235 n. 19, 270 n. 10,
278 n. 8
affect: affective value of objects, 21–27,
231–33 nn. 2–10; conversion points
of, 44–45, 180, 185–86, 240–41
nn. 33–37; cultural studies of, 13–15;
disappointment and anger of, 7, 41–
42, 44, 239–40 nn. 30–32; of happy
family, 45–49, 241 nn. 38–40; inside-
out model of, 39; outside-in model
of, 40–41; revolutionary conscious-
ness in, 162–63; self-production of,
43–44; in shared social contexts,
39–45, 162, 237–41 nn. 26–37; sticki-
ness of, 40, 44, 230 n. 1
affect aliens, 41–42, 240 n. 31, 247
n. 26; alternative hopefulness of,
189–91; melancholia of, 141; in
migration contexts, 148–59, 263–66
nn. 29–38; revolution
ness of, 164–72, 267–
affirmation of negation,
affirmative feminism, 8
affirmative turn, 213–17
Against Happiness (Wils
Agamben, Giorgio, 229
Aidoo, Ama Ata, 68
alienation. See affect ali
aliveness, 79
altruism, 9–10
anaesthetics, 207
Anderson, Ben, 279 n. 1
anger, 42, 44, 67–69, 24
n. 18, 272 n. 15
Anita and Me
(Syal), 149
Anna Karenina (Tolstoy)
Annas, Julia, 36–37, 236
Annie on My Mind (Gard
anticipatory causality, 2
nn. 11–21
antiracism, 2, 17–19, 26
multicultural happin
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