INDEX
Note: Italic pages indicate figures.
activism: feminist, 2, 20, 40; Israeli,
184–86; lgbtq, 5, 38–39, 42–43,
45, 106–7, 260, 264; Palestinian, 9,
167–68, 172–81, 185. See also
re sis tance; specific movements
aesthetics, 82–94, 130
affect: affective turn, 287–88, 292, 293;
agency of, 291, 294; hegemony and,
288–91; in re sis tance, 282, 283
Agamben, Giorgio, 36, 237, 239
agency, 1–2; affect of, 291, 294; agonism
and, 29; embodiment and, 284–85;
interde pen dency and, 81; non-
sovereign, 267–69; performative,
18–19, 154–55, 274; po liti cal, 274–75;
resilience and, 63; vulnerability and,
22, 23, 284–85
agonism: action and, 34; antagonism
and, 10, 30, 36–38, 290; identity
and, 30–32; mourning in, 9–10, 257,
266–67, 275; natalism/mortalism
and, 265–67; nature of, 28–29;
nonsovereign, 9–10; performativity
and, 31; spacing appearance in, 263,
265; suffering in, 43–45
Ahmed, Sara, 288
akp. See Justice and Development Party
Allison, Dorothy, 72
alter- geopolitics, 174–75, 188n25
Altınay, Ayşe Gül, 215
“Anıt- Sayaç” (proj ect), 223–24
anonymity. See under individuality
Anonymous movement, 249–50
antagonism: agonism and, 10, 30, 36–38,
290; as inevitable, 296–97; vio lence
of, 36, 37–38, 45
Antigone (Greek figure), 9, 192, 196–97,
265
Antigone (Hüsnü Yıldız), 192, 196–99,
204
Antigone (Sophocles), 29
antimonuments, 111. See also
countermonumentalization
Arab- Israeli War (1948), 146
Arat, Yeşim, 215
Arendt, Hannah, 14, 39, 41, 122; actor,
category of, 30; on agonism, 28–29,
33; on dreams, 124–25, 135; on iden-
tity, 30–31; on inheritance, 116–17; on
performativity, 32; on polis, 261–63;
on power, 34; on risk and exposure,
32–34, 35; on subjectivity, 125–32;
on suffering and greatness, 28; on
thinking/action, 130–31
Arınç, Bülent, 219
articulation, 10, 141–42, 278–79, 284,
290, 291, 292, 294–97
Atatürk, Mustafa Kemal, 104
Autel Lycée Chases (Boltanski
installation), 82
Ayna, Emine, 200–201
Azoulay, Ariella, 80
Bachelard, Gaston, 138–42
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 285–86
Baldwin, James, 124
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