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A≈rmative action, 132
Alarcón, Norma, 102 n.8, 374
Alexander, Jacqui, 82, 100 n.1
American studies, 69–70, 78
Appiah, Kwame Anthony, 451, 456 n.13
Area studies, 69, 78
Auslander, Leora, 106, 134, 253–54
Bordo, Susan, 103 n.14, 105 n.20, 152–
53
Bow, Leslie, 265 n.4
Braidotti, Rosi, 57, 461
Brown, Wendy, 55, 83, 90–91, 103 nn.14,
15, 140 n.28, 287, 288, 351, 365 n.8
Brunschvicg, Léon, 160–65, 170, 173 n.5
Bulbeck, Chilla, 155
Butler, Judith, 121, 156–57, 274–75, 284,
288, 378
Cannibalism, as trope, 58–65
Capitalism, 81, 235, 261, 268–71, 281, 374,
376
Chase, Cheryl, 122
Chen, Kuan-Hsing, 74
Chow, Rey, 104 n.17
Colonialism, 64, 80, 376
Consciousness-raising, 54, 184, 385–87
Cosmopolitanism, 75
Crenshaw, Kimberlé, 96–98
Crimshaw, Jean, 153–54
Curriculum, 101, 302, 353, 370; as distinct
from the classroom, 375; feminist re-
form of, 80, 91, 179, 230, 289, 305,
439–40; and standardization, 239–40;
United States vs. international focus in,
78
Davis, Angela, 83
de Beauvoir, Simone, 146–49, 156–57,
160–61, 166, 171
de Courtivron, Isabelle, 151
Derrida, Jacques, 368, 382 n.17
Descartes, Rene, 146–47, 152–53, 156–65,
167–71
Development, 70, 273, 457
Dill, Bonnie Thornton, 100 n.1, 104 n.18,
408
Disciplinarity, 433; and anti-disciplinarity,
364; and interdisciplinarity, 49, 66, 68,
79, 179–81, 232, 240, 303, 349, 352–53,
357–59, 432–33, 459; and transdisciplin-
arity, 70
Du Bois, W. E. B., 264
Ebert, Teresa L., 239
Europe, 47, 155
Experience, 54, 313, 321, 326, 361, 432; and
experiential learning, 383–415
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