academia: axes of signification in wom-
en’s/gender studies, 70–73; Dutch post-
colonial studies in, 25, 178n26; gender
studies in Dutch universities and, 27;
government policy and, 187n14; history
and sexualized racism in, 40–45; post-
colonial changes in, 93–95; race/gender
issues in, 22–24, 73–76, 178n21; ter-
minology of race/ethnicity in women’s
studies and, 77–78; tokenism in, 73–76;
women’s studies and black critique
in, 65–70; Zwarte Piet controversy in,
African American feminism, on sexualized
racism, 42–45
Afro-Surinamese cultural archive: lesbian
identity and, 118–120; racism and,
38–39; women’s sexuality and, 123–124
agency, in multiracial dyads, 36
aggression, Dutch racial and ethnic issues
and, 27
Agricultural University of Wageningen, 68
Ahmed, Sara, 20
Alleen maar nette mensen (Only decent peo-
ple) (Vuijsje), 11, 180n4
allochtonen: Dutch concept of, 15–16,
22–24; government policies concerning,
55–56, 183n20; terminology of, 182n2;
Zwarte Piet controversy and, 152
American Enterprise Institute, 10–11
anthropological exhibitions and research,
black bodies in, 95–98
antiracism: Dutch discourse of, 30–49;
gender studies and, 70–73; generational
movements against, 181n10
art, black imagery in, 94–95
Aruba: immigrants to Netherlands from,
176n6; status aparte of, 176n6
Asian sexuality, representational images in
Netherlands of, 32–33
assimilation: Dutch embrace of, 7,
115–120; immigration politics and
theme of, 110–111; postwar uplifting
regime and, 9–10
Atria organization, 59
autochtones/allochthones binary, Dutch
concept of race and, 23–24
Baartman, Sarah, 96, 186n14
Balkenende government, 14, 154, 177n12,
178n19, 181n11
Balkenhol, Markus, 94, 153
“Basia fon” (slave song), 133–135
Bauer, Petra, 28–29, 143, 147–148, 152
Beckles, Hillary, 130
Beecher Stowe, Harriet, 164–165
Befehl ist Befehl, Dutch wartime policy of, 10
Beloved (Morrison), 40–41
Bergkamp, Vera, 115
biological science, race and, 100–103
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