Making Majorities: Constituting the Nation in Japan, Korea, China, Malaysia, Fiji, Turkey, and the United States

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Index
In this index an "f" after a number indicates a separate reference on the next page, and an "ff" indicates separate references on the next two pages. A continuous discussion over two or more pages is indicated by a span of page numbers, e.g., "57-59."
AAIP (Department of African-American Interpretation and Presentation), 256-58, 259-60
Abdülaziz, Sultan, 219
Abdülhamid II, 219-20, 221, 225f
Abdullah Cevdet, 220, 304
Abdullah, Munshi, 154-56, 158-60, 165
Abdullah Öcalan, 240
Abdülmelik Fırat, 237-38, 242
Abu Ala Maududi, 167
Abu-Lughod, Lila, 58
Adams, Romanzo, 265, 267, 269f Advani, Lal Krishna, 184
African Americans, 256-62
Agrarian Japan, 32-35
Ahmad, F., 240
Ahmet Riza, 220
Ainu, the: historical overview of, 43-44, 292-93; as internal other, 44-48, 293; artistic portrayal of ( Ainu-e), 45-46, 293
Ainu of Northern Japan, The, 292
Ainu Seisakushi, 292
Alliance party: Fijian, 141, 182, 213; Malaysian, 141ff, 147-48
Aloha spirit, 267-68
Amae (dependence) and Japanese identity, 17, 285-86
Amaterasu, myth of, 32
Amerasians in Korea, 55-56
American Dilemma, An, 265
Amigō, 291
Ancestral myth, 14, 285
Anderson, Benedict, 2, 18, 56, 113, 188f, 194, 234, 243, 301
Andrews, P. A., 304
Animals: in Japanese culture, 34-35, 288- 89; in European cultures, 289-90
"Anthropology of History, The", 202
Appadurai, Arjun, 125
Artists and artisans as hisabetsu burakumin, 38-39, 41, 290
Arya Samaj, 186-87
Asia, ethnicity and cultural identity in, 3
Asian Visions of Authority, 8
Atatürk (Mustafa Kemal), 233ff Azadi party (Kurdish), 237
Bachelard, Gaston, 189
Bai Shouyi, Djamal al-Din, 122, 300
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 106f, 120, 131
Baluer, Yijang, 100
Bangsa Melayu (Malay race): as imagined community, 138-42, 151; kebangsaan Melayu vs., 139-40, 163f; development of, 152-53; in early writings, 153-56; and British colonialism, 155-60; and royalty, 158-59, 160-61, 165-66, 167f; and immigrants from Asia, 159-60, 163-65; scope of, 161-63; ideological promotion of, 165-68
Banton, Michael, 21
Barth, Frederik, 5, 114
Barzun, Jacques, 22
Bauman, Richard, 295

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