Index

a
accession, to territory 57
adelã (hunters) 69
aesthetics 133 ;
and identity 126 ;
of tradition 160-1
African, subordination of 130 ;
Afro-Shirazi identity 130 ;
see also Zanzibar
agnatic:
households 27 ;
ideology 79
Algeria 3
Alltown see English identity
anaconda, see under ancestral
ancestral:
anaconda 80 , 81 , 82 , 87 , 92 ;
apical ancestor 115 ;
dead 3 ;
events (encoded) 89 ;
home 97 ;
order 28 ;
river identity with 82 ;
shrines, living 43 , 48 ,
see also miyoomb tree;
space x , 25 ;
territory 79-82 , 93 ,
identification with 97 ;
travel paths 88 ;
wisdom 42 ;
see also past
ancestry 65 , 103 , 127
animals 66 , 93 ;
birth house of 92 ;
contextual ideology of 92-3 ;
essential identity of 93-4 ;
as human 94 ;
‘owners’ 95 ;
ritual power of 90 ;
ritual power over 95 , 97 ;
shamanic classification of 94 ;
as social others 92 ;
territoriality of 93
anthropologists, deterritorialised 5
Apaporis River 85 , 88 , 93
apartheid xii , 15 , 168 , 169 , 171 ;
shared experience of 181-2 ;
see also District Six, South Africa
Appadurai, A. 9 , 204
Arabness 130 ;
as ideal 132
architecture as human production 8 ;
of conquest 47
archi-texture 37 , 43 , 48
Argentinean football xii , 18-19 , Chapter 8
Argentinean Indians 18 ;
creolisation of 191-2
assimilation process 157
Augé, M. 56 , 71 , 72 , 73
Australian Aborigines x , 2 , 79

b
Bahloul, J. 12 , 14
baldio197 , 198 ;
as child 199
Bali xi , 14 ; Chapter 4
Balinese:
caste system 104 ;
social hierarchy 104 ;
temple Chapter 4
Bangli 106-10 ;
and Batu conflict 109 , 110 ;
and Trunyan relationship 111
Barth, F. 154
Beckenbauer, F. 206
belief (as belonging) xiv ;
relationship of 119
belonging 20 ;
Argentinean football xii , 18-19 , Chapter 8;
Congo x , 11 , 12 , Chapter 1;
the dead 2-3 ;
and emplacement ix , 1-6 , 10-11 ;
emplacement and transience in Watchi 12-13 , Chapter 2;
England xi-xii , 16 , Chapter 6;
ethnic, in Zanzibar Town xi , 15 , Chapter 5;
local, in Northwest Amazonia 13-14 , Chapter 3;
locality and 1 , 4-6 ;
locality and, in South Africa xii , 15 , 16-17 , Chapter 7;
multilocal xiii ;
problematic nature ix-x , xiv ;
relationship to territory ix , x ;
as remembering ix , xiv , 1 ;
representations of 11-15 , 17-18 ;
status and 155 ;
transformative, in Bali xi , 14 , Chapter 4
Bender, B. 6
Bickford-Smith, V. 169
birth:
house (plant/animal) 95 ;
place, mythical 81

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