Beyond Loving: Intimate Racework in Lesbian, Gay, and Straight Interracial Relationships

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INDEX
Emboldened page ranges refer to chapters. Locators with an ‘n’ indicate a note.
adoption, transracial 160
“African American” vs. “Black” xxiii
Allport, Gordon 179n25
ambivalence, racial 122–123
antiracism 134, 135
Asians xxiii, 179n35
assimilation 11, 188n27
assimilation theory xv-xvii, 75, 101
authenticity, racial 109, 112
Black 105, 114, 183n60, 183n78
avoidance, strategic 96–99
bar culture 12, 13, 43, 184n81
Barth, Fredrik 190n11
Beck, E. M. 181n18
Beemyn, Brett 42
Black nationalism 11
Blackness 10, 15, 33, 132, 183n78
as aesthetic commodity 137, 139
Black pride festivals 38
Black/White intimacy xxii, 1–15, 45, 106. See also interracial intimacy
blockbusting 17, 184n4
Blumstein, Philip 191n20
Bonilla-Silva, Eduardo xv, xxv, 75, 77, 185n15
critique of colorblind racism 189n15
structural analysis of race 193n16
“border patrolling” 38, 186n37
boundary work xiv, xviii, xxiii, xxv, 19, 157
exclusionary and inclusionary 190n15
and heterosexual Black/White couples 191n29
as racework 103–130
Bourdieu, Pierre xxv, 76, 77, 133, 144, 189n13
Bravman, Scott 184n81
Brown v. Board of Education 10, 180n15
Cayton, Horace 45–46
Census, U.S. xii, 21, 177n2, 193n6
and Hispanics 177n6
and interracial couples 179n33
on neighborhood racial composition 185n17
and same-sex households 177n5
children, mixed race xii, xxiii, 160, 193n15
Civil Rights Act, 1964 153, 180n15
civil rights movement xii, 11
Civil War, U.S. 2, 4, 181n18
cohabitants xii, 177n4
Collins, Patricia Hill 1
colorblindness 122–125, 187n3
and intimacy 115–121
in language 115, 116, 129, 160
vs. race-consciousness 119–121
and racism xv, 33, 46, 105, 189n15

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