Constructivist Theories of Ethnic Politics

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NAME INDEX

A
Acholi, 189
Afghan, 431, 442
Afghanistan, 67, 71, 432, 439
African, 10, 24, 60, 62, 78, 84, 110, 113, 167–68, 187, 193, 198, 211, 261–62, 313–18, 321–31, 333, 335, 338, 425
African American Muslim, 183
African National Congress in
South Africa, 13
Afrikaner or Afrikaaner, 329, 425
Afro-Caribbean, 17, 114, 164
Afro-Guyanese, 238
Ahirs (Gujarat), 253
Ahirwar, 250
Ahmadis (Pakistan), 64
Aizo, 324, 325
Albania, 116, 137
Roma, 92, 116–17, 393, 417
Albanian, 137, 138, 387, 391, 417
Albanians in Kosovo, 387
Aligarh (India), 385
Amerelo (Yellow) in Brazil, 231
Amin, Idi, 13, 189
Anglo-Saxon. See WASP (White Anglo Saxon Protestant)
Angola Cabindans, 258
Arabs, 114
Arab-Americans, 115
French-Arab, 115
pan-Arabism, 137
Sunnis-Arabs in Iraq, 2, 81, 137
Asian, 114, 187, 261, 282
British-Asians in Europe, 115
Gaysians in U.S., 107–8
in South Africa, 329
in U.S., 199
Assam, 373
Assamese, 238, 373
Aymara (Bolivia), 9, 10, 66, 68, 74, 76, 77, 79, 89–90, 92

B
Backward Caste, 190, 266, 363
Baganda, Uganda, 13, 143, 189, 252
Bahujan (India), 114, 151, 169, 190, 243, 250
Balkans, 137, 391, 417
Baltic States, 316, 387
Baluchi (Pakistan), 9, 10, 42, 66, 67, 74, 76, 77, 79, 89, 92, 151, 426, 431, 435, 436, 437
Baluchistan or Balochistan (Pakistan), 115, 430, 435, 438, 439, 442, 451
Bangladesh, 77, 426
Chakma, 258
Chittagong Hill Tracts (Bangladesh), 258
Banyaburi, 369
Banyoro, 189
Barbados, 24, 189, 198
Bargu, 324, 325
Bariyas (Gujarat), 253
Bashkir (Russia), 3, 145, 171
Bashkoristan, Russia, 3, 12, 145, 171
Basoga, 189
Basque region, Spain, 147, 174
Batoro, 189
Belarusan and Belarusian, 189, 283, 393
Belfast, 371, 375, 377, 378, 379
Belgian Congo, 13
Belgium, 12, 13, 60, 66, 68, 76, 77, 89, 92, 238, 239, 281
Brussels, 238–39
Catalan, 12
Catalunya migrants, 12
Flemish, 60, 66, 68, 74, 76, 77, 89, 92, 238, 239

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