INDEX
NOTE: Page numbers followed by f
indicate a figure.
ability/disability, 172, 185n23
affirmative action programs, 104, 135
African American feminism, 139–41
African American studies, 12, 16–17, 114;
at Merritt College, 34; at San Francisco
State College, 27–31; Third World stud-
ies and, 156–66
Afro-American Association (aaa), 33–34
“Afterword, 1992” (Carmichael), 37
In re Ah Yup decision, 128
Albuquerque, Alfonso de, 72
Alcoff, Linda Martín, 115–16
Alexander the Great, 60–61, 63, 67
Alexander VI, Pope, 73
Algeria’s revolution, 5, 38–39, 170
Allen, Ernest, 34–35
Allende, Salvatore, 83–84
Althusser, Louis, 81, 92, 122, 170; on ideo-
logical hegemony of the state, 109; on
liberation of consciousness, 93–94; on
social formation and economism, 143
Alvarado, Roger, 27
American Board of Commissioners for
Foreign Missions, 96–97
American Indians. See Native Americans
American Missionary Association, 97
ancient Egypt, 66–67
Anderson, Benedict, 130
Annales d’histoire économique et sociale,
79
Anthony, Susan B., 157
anticolonial movements, 155, 167; Bandung
Conference of 1955 and, 6, 17–18, 36,
47–48, 170–71; black power analogies
of, 35–37; cultivation of national culture
in, 9, 50–51, 93, 106, 179n59; education
and, 93–106; end to white supremacy
in, 41–47; European historiography
of, 46–47; Fanon’s focus on, 17–19,
93; First World responses to, 40–41,
44; indigenous peoples’ rights and,
51–56; internationalism in, 41–47, 167;
nationalist turn of, 6–7, 9, 12–14, 31,
48–51, 55–56, 167, 178n54; neocolonial-
ist responses to, 28, 31, 49, 56, 169–70,
178n54; pan-Africanism and, 6, 12, 39,
42, 48, 50–51, 67, 160–62; World War I
and, 41; World War II and, 42–47
antistructuralism, 109–10
Anzaldúa, Gloria, 163–64
Aptheker, Herbert, 147
Aristotle, 60, 63
Arizona SB 2281 (2010), 2, 135
Armstrong, Clarissa Chapman, 96–97
Armstrong, Richard, 96–97, 181n9
Armstrong, Samuel Chapman, 6, 9, 23,
97–99
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