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283 Adamson, George, 73 Adamson, Joy, 73 African Americans. See U.S. race relations African identity, 220–23, 260n22, 260n23 African Kenyans. See black Kenyans Alcoff, Linda Martin, 6, 8, 227n9 Ally, Shireen, 139 alternate perspectives. See perspectivism Anderson, David, 41, 43, 47, 56, 109, 141 animals. See wildlife apartheid. See South Africa Apondi, Muga, 111, 112 Arvanitakis, James, 247n40 Ashforth, Adam, 183, 205 Asian Kenyans: class differences, 28–29; and colonial past, 22, 24; and domestic staff, 144–45, 249n73; and ethnographic approach, 230n62; and interracial relationships, 245n13; and language, 154, 249n2; privilege among, 260n9 autochthony: and collective memory, 22; and domestic staff, 147; and ethnotribal divisions, 9, 31; and expatriates, 31, 232n86; and land, 31, 50, 54, 231–32n85; and language, 169–70, 254n68; and outsider status, 9, 31 Awori, Moodey, 234n109 Balibar, Étienne, 124–25 Barber, Karin, 205 Bashkow, Ira, 213 Baucom, Ian, 257n24 Before the Dawn in Kenya (Wilson), 38–39 belief, 200–206, 258–59nn42–45 Bell, Malcolm, 30–31, 231–32n85 belonging. See moral nationalism; outsider status Bennun, David, 37 Berman, Bruce, 7, 55 Bhabha, Homi, 9 Black, Marc, 6 black Kenyans: class differences among, 28–29; defenses of colonial past, 40; and Dunford, 4–5; on individualism, 111; on interracial relationships, 117; and land ownership, 60, 65; and language, 154, 162, 163–64, 175–76, 250n15, 255n78; and occult, 183–84, 187, 198–99; privilege among, 260n9; terminology for, 3, 225–26n4; and terminology for settler descendants, 226n5; and whiteness, 215. See also ethnotribal divisions; interracial relationships Blair, David, 235n1 Blee, Kathleen, 15, 228n32 Blixen-Finecke, Karen von (Baroness) (Isak Dinesen), 37, 39, 71, 73, 131, 190, 233n101 Block, Jeremy, 58–59 Bonham, Richard, 122, 242n107 Bonn, Guillaume, 137, 249n78 Branch, Daniel, 42, 234n108 Index 284 | Index Clay, Edward, 59 Clayton, Jonathan, 166 code-switching, 161, 172, 227n9 Cole, Berkeley, 23 Cole, Galbraith, 23, 240n88 Cole, Jennifer, 125 Cole, Tobina Cartwright, 95 collective amnesia, 42, 61–62, 234– 35nn111,112, 238n56. See also structural oblivion collective memory, 21–22 colonial past: atrocities during, 22–23, 24–25, 42, 230n68; British apology, 47; and Cholmondeley case, 2, 91, 93, 107, 108; and collective memory, 21–22; and cultural differences discourse, 174–75; and development ideal, 22, 55, 235n114, 241nn92,94; domestic staff, 135, 140–41, 248n55; and double consciousness, 7–8, 227n16; empty land myth, 61–63, 64, 238n63; and ethnographic approach, 14–15, 19, 229n36; and ethnotribal divisions, 8, 23, 49; and fear, 24, 118–19, 245n16, 248n55, 259n47; Happy Valley set, 2, 37, 38, 88, 92, 139, 232n96, 243n4; hunting/poaching during, 69, 243n21; and individualism, 11–12; interracial relationships, 118–19, 244–45n13; Maasai invocations of, 59–60; Maasai land reparation demands during, 58, 237n42; nostalgia for, 40, 130, 247n39; and occult, 184–87, 188, 257n21, 258n44; and outsider status, 29, 33, 100, 232n89; perspectivist views of, 34–35, 103–4; popular images of, 36–38, 99–100, 108, 232n96; progressivism during, 25, 231n73; and racism, 2, 22, 24, 25, 33, 231n70; and rule of law, 5; settler backgrounds, 23–24, 230n57; settler critiques of, 39, 232–33nn98,102; settler cultural coherence, 18, 229n41; settler descendant critiques of, 34–35, 99–101, 209; settler reminiscences of, 39–40, 50–51, 71, 233nn101,103, 234n111, 241n94; and structural oblivion, 40, 50–51, 212; and tourism, 37–38, 129, 232n94; and white differentiation, 210, 211; wildlife discourse, 78, 242n111. See also language and colonial past; Maasai colonial dispossession; Mau Mau rebellion; white defenses of colonial past Broughton, Diana, 243n4 Brown, Gordon, 47, 235n118 Carothers, John, 43 Carr-Hartley brothers, 170, 175 Carruthers, Susan, 234n108 CBC (community-based conservation), 75–78, 82–83, 241–42nn107,108 Childhood Memories of Colonial East Africa (Considine & Rawlins), 71, 233n103 Cholmondeley, Hugh (3rd Baron Delamere), 23, 37, 39, 55, 88–89, 131 Cholmondeley, Thomas (4th Baron Delamere), 37, 88, 243n4 Cholmondeley, Thomas (contemporary), 23, 35–36, 84–86, 106–11, 122. See also Cholmondeley case Cholmondeley case, 84–114; background of, 88–90; Cholmondeley interview, 84–86, 106–11; and defensiveness, 97–99; and fear, 101–2; incident details, 1–2, 90–92; and language, 151, 152, 153, 157, 165–66, 172–73; and Richard Leakey, 112–13; and outsider status, 4, 5, 9, 13, 87, 96–98, 102, 111; perspectivist views of, 87, 95–96, 98, 102–4, 109, 111; prison environment, 106, 108–9; public reactions, 91, 92–93, 103, 106–7, 112; settler descendant disapproval of Cholmondeley, 95, 100–101, 102, 105; settler descendant sympathy...

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