INDEX
Acuña, Rodolfo, 223, 253
alternative American modernities, 9–
11, 118; Euro-American modernity
vs., 132; singular modernity vs., 162–
63
Alegría, Fernando, 186–87
America: as defined by Martí, 35, 88,
90; as distinct from the United
States, 93; U.S. imperialism and, 91
América: Revista de Agricultura, Indus-
tria y Comercio, La, 86–100
American renaissance ideals, 146
American revolutionary tradition, 58,
254, 282; sexism of, 243
Anderson, Perry, 24
Anzaldúa, Gloria, 79, 223, 228, 245
authorship, 115–17
autonomy, 131, 146; as an illusion, 173
Baker, Houston, 22
Baldwin, James, 57
Baliño, Carlos, 21
Ballón Aguirre, José C., 131
Bancroft, George, 110–11
Baralt, Adelaida, 247
Baudelaire, Charles, 4, 26, 72, 100,
104–5
Behar, Ruth, 226
Bellido de Luna, Juan, 123
Benjamin, Walter, 29, 87, 104
Black Atlantic, 44
Blaine, James G. 147; Asian exclusion
and, 149–56
Blouët, Paul (pseud. Max O’Rell), 77,
145
border writing, 222, 224–25
Borges, Jorge Luis, 10–11; ‘‘Pierre Men-
ard, Author of the Quixote’’ and, 65,
211; ‘‘visible’’ vs. ‘‘invisible work’’
according to, 66–67
Brown, John, 254
Bryant, William Cullen, 110–11
Bu√alo Bill. See Cody, William F.
Caribbean modernity, 12
Carr, Raymond, 13, 21
Castro-Palomino, Jr., Rafael, 93, 119–
24; as reviewed by Martí, 121
Cervantes, Miguel de, 66
Césaire, Aimé, 11
Cheah, Pheng, 161
Chicago anarchists, 6, 20, 24, 249–51,
253–54. See also Parsons, Lucy
choteo, 26
Clay, Henry, 90, 212, 271
Cody, William F., 70, 217; Bu√alo Bill’s
Wild West Show and, 250, 255–60
Collazo, Enrique, 227
Columbian Exhibition of 1893, 225, 256
‘‘Como se crea un pueblo nuevo en los
Estados Unidos’’ (Martí), 229–30,
255–56
‘‘Coney Island’’ (Martí), 139
Conkling, Roscoe, 146–47
contact zone, 7
Cooper, Peter, 107–9, 252
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