Researching Race and Racism

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Index

a
abolition of whiteness 106
Aboriginals 39
absolute outsider status 142
abuse 79 - 81 , 83 , 176
academic racism 129 -30
acolyte 69 , 71 -3
'acting black' 45 -7
activation 74
actors 6 , 56 -7, 61 , 64 , 150
addiction 103
Adorno, Theodor W. 211
African American population 24 , 66 , 70 , 92 - 103 , 189 ;
lynchings 75
after-shock 205
aftermath 68 , 76
agonistic subjectivisation 16
agora16
Al Qaeda 25
A'la Maududi, Abul 28 -9
Algerian Liberation Front 154 -5
Algerian trauma 154 -6
Alsatian identity 58 -9
'alterity' research 16 - 36 ;
identity andmethodological narcissism 30 - 34 ;
vagariesof race in geopolitical context 19 - 25 ;
West-Rest abstract machine 25 - 30
ambivalence 38
American Colonization Society 23
amnesia 116 , 152
amputation 24
analyses in the study of race 37 - 51 ;
contribution of large-scale data sets 48 - 51 ;
contribution of the 'turn to language' 38 - 40 ;
limits of language 40 - 48
analysis of racism 6
anti-anti-racism 130
anti-Aryan venture 22
anti-black orientation 175 -7
anti-Gypsy racism 59 , 177
anti-immigrant discourses 121
anti-movement 55
anti-racism 18 - 21 , 24 , 120 ;
see also denial ofracism
anti-Semitism 54 -5, 61 , 93 , 122 , 177 , 207 ;
versus racism 151 ;
see also Orwell, George
anti-Western victimology 18
apartheid 22 -5, 41
Archimedes 106 -7
Arendt, Hannah 16 , 30
arguments of race research 10 - 14
Armed Forces of Liberia 23
Armed Forces Revolutionary Council 24
arson 158
Asian cultures 26
Asian Gang134 -49
Asian Muslims in Britain 176 -7, 181 -3
assassination 111
assertiveness 120
assimilation 153
asylum seeker 122
atonement 209
atrocity 87
attractiveness of 'black style' 47
authentic self 163
authentic subjectivity 165
authority and truth 136 -9
auto-analysis 60
auto-ethnography 105 , 110
auto-reflexivity 138
autobiography 207 - 211
autonomy of racism 157

b
B. Monkey134 -5
'balance of powers' 26 -7
banlieues54 , 56
barrio 4
Barthes, Roland 205
Berger, John 206 , 212
'between two cultures' paradigm 33
beurs58
Bin Laden, Osama 27
biological difference 157

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