Shakespeare, Race, and Colonialism

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Index
Abd-el-Malik(Morroccan emperor)15, 70–1, 74
Abelard, Peter 61–2, 123
Africa 6, 10, 27, 31, 35–6, 43, 47, 51, 64, 107; and Amazons 28; and Christianity 74; and climate 94; and European contact with 36, 40; and Greece 113; and Ham's race 35–6, 55, 58, 114; and Islam 72, 96; and Jews 144, 147; and Leo Africanus 101, 107–9, 115, 166; and Moors 106; and slave trade 36; and trade 106, 118, 127, 154; and The Tempest21, 165–6
Africans 2, 15, 23, 31, 40–1, 43, 47, 54–5, 81, 92, 100–1, 107–9
Africanus, John Leo 46, 47, 101, 107–9, 114–15, 119, 123, 147, 166
Aldrige, Ira 75
Alhambra 16
Al-Hassan Ibn Mohammed Al-Wezaa, Al Fazi, see Africanus, John Leo
Amazons 7, 21, 28, 31, 87–8, 121–2, 124, 171, n.18
America 10, 13, 28; and Amazons 28; and artifice, 64; and colonialism 13, 18, 21, 40, 161, 163, 165; and discovery of 40; and Ireland 41, 167; and female body 28–9, 30; and trade 14, 154; and The Tempest163–6
Americans 6, 10, 31, 40, 43, 54, 106, 164; and Moors 167; and Muslims 73; and Turks 40; and women's bodies 34, 43
Anaclet II 69
Anderson, Benedict 11
Anne of Denmark, Queen of England 17, 133
anti-Catholicism 71, 105
apartheid 1, 25–6, 75
Arabic language 17, 68, 108
Bacon, Francis 50–1
Balibar, Étienne 37–8
Bartlett, Robert 26, 37–8
barbarism 76, 82–3
Bate, Jonathan 83
Bermuda pamphlets 161
Best, George 54, 55, 139
Biddulph, William 147
blackness 2, 6, 9–10; Aaron's 45, 56, 75, 79–80; and beauty 35, 37, 59–61, 64, 123–4; and climate 94–5; Caliban's 168; Cleopatra's 112–13, 125; and conversion 26, 56–9, 61–3, 67–8; cosmetically obtained 17, 27, 83, 133; and depravity 26, 47, 59, 81; and devil 27, 52, 74; and deviant womanhood 20, 62; and fornication 49–51; and Ham's curse 34–6, 55; and Islam 19–20, 41–8, 74, 76, 148; and Jews 36, 69, 148; and miracle plays 17; and Moors 45–7, 71, 74, 80–1; Morocco's 136; and Muslims 91–2, 108; negative constructions of 2, 10, 47, 51, 54, 56–8, 79, 81, 89, 136; Othello's 1–2, 45, 51, 78, 92, 97, 168; and race 35–7; and reproduction 87–90; and servitude 47, 55; theories of 53–5; and Turks 36
blood: blue blood, sangre azul6–7; as lineage 22–4, 32, 89; mingled 19; Moorish-Jewish 6; purity of 16, 21, 39, 68–9, 79, 104–5, 148–9; Spanish 19, 137; race as infection of 139
Blount, Henry 24–5, 91, 115, 119
Boabdil 15
Bodin, Jean 107, 108
Boose, Lynda E.85
Borde, Andrew 15
Brotton, Jerry 166

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