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219 Index accompaniment, 107–9 Accueil Goutte d’Or (AGO), 6, 32, 65–87 passim; personal narrative and, 77–86 activism, 38, 39–42, 135; Beur, 129–32; body-conscious, 42; cultural identity of resistance, 43–50; embodiment of political struggle, 46; feminist, 81–82; Goutte d’Or, 65; hunger strikes, 39, 41–42, 43; protest of May 1968, 38, 39–41, 167; theatrical immigration, 31, 36, 61, 85, 118, 148, 180 actors, 60, 139; amateurs, 69, 90, 164; citizen-actors, 102; constraints, 161–65; impromptu reaction, 86–87; integrated, 89–118; laborer-actors, 46–48; professionals, 70, 160, 164; technical expectations, 49–50 Adorno, Theodor, 91 aesthetic citizenship. See citizenship agency, 28–29, 83, 191n62; personal narratives, 64 (see also personal narrative) Algerians, 9, 51, 55, 178. See also immigrants Algerian War (1954–1962), 38, 40, 137; Manifesto of the 121, 40 alienation. See disidentification Alsace, 18 Amara, Salikha, 36–37, 50–60 passim; Pour que les larmes de nos mères deviennent une légende (So That Our Mothers’ Tears Become a Legend), 51 ANGI (Association de la Nouvelle Génération Immigrée), 56–57, 59 animation, 35, 46–48, 56–60; animateurs, 47; animation culturelle, 23, 47, 56 Appiah, Anthony, 55 Arab communities, 47, 120. See also immigrants Arab-French theater troupes, 6. See also theater Arendt, Hannah: On Revolution, 157 Aristotle, 27 art: codes of interpretation and, 22; committed art, 91; as habit-generating phenomena, 6, 17, 24; interpretation of, 21–24 Artaud, Antonin, 72 Asad, Talal, 26, 27 Assifa, Al, 180; plays, 43–50; social work, 35–37, 43–50, 56–63 assimilation, 71, 73, 113; acculturation and difference, 86. See also integration asylum, 107–9, 153, 177. See also immigration Aubervilliers, France, 36 audience, 45, 53, 54, 55, 63, 67, 123, 139; actor-spectator exchange, 69; as anchor, 70; Arab, 47; changeability, 145; community and, 125; education, 163; emotion, 163; French, 47, 78; gaze, 76–77, 98, 138, 163, 165; of immigrant men, 81; moral spectatorship, 86; political efficacy and, 90; working-class, 47 Austin, J. L., 28 authenticity, 78–82, 85, 115, 153–54, 174, 176; hyper-authenticity, 165; racial, 46–48 autogestion, 58, 60 autonomy: aesthetic, 91–92; enmeshment vs., 91, 180; moral, 92, 102, 105; process vs. product, 115– 17; RESF (Réseau Education Sans Frontières), 102–6; vs. integration, 104–6 220 Index Bablet, Denis, 168 Balibar, Étienne, 9, 177 Balinese dance, 72 Bancel, Nicolas, 178, 179 banlieue residents, 4, 33, 51, 60, 68, 69, 119, 121, 122, 124, 136–37; conflict in Middle East and, 134–36; suburban demonstrations of 2005, 75, 119–20, 134–36 Barba, Eugenio, 131 Beaud, Stéphane, 136, 137 Begag, Azouz, 137 belief: constitutive vs. signifying, 27 Bell, Catherine, 24, 25, 31 Bellil, Samira, 81; Dans l’enfer des tournantes (In the Hell of Gang Rape), 81 belonging: aesthetic dimension, 121; racial elements of, 191n30; rehearsal and, 5 Ben Jelloun, Tahar, 113 Benziane, Sohane, 81 Berlant, Lauren, 158 Beurgeoisie, 130 Beur movement, 59–60, 129–31 Blanc-Mesnil, France, 6, 119–45 passim, 178, 179; riots, 33, 136 Blatt, Ari, 3–4 Blin, Roger, 40 Boal, Augusto, 45, 131 body, 5 in performance, 17–19, 39, 71, 153; biological presence, 153; embodied practices, 26–27; embodiment and theater, 5, 7, 24–26; kinesthetic imagination, 27; racialized body, 75–76; visibility, 76; as way to intentionality, 27 language: gestural competence, 109–12 politics: bodily conduct, 5–6, 13–17; bodily practice and ritual, 191n63; bodily practices and citizenship, 105; difference as embodied particularity, 16; embodiment discourse, 46–48; embodiment of political struggle, 46; hunger strikes, 39, 41–42; immigrant’s body, 13–17, 41; racialized body, 75–76, 99; social discourse, 26; visibility, 76; as way to intentionality, 27 borders: between citizen and noncitizen, 29; boundaries of ethnic groups, 81; theater without borders, 147–76; world without borders, 44 Boulay, Philip, 133, 136, 138 Bourdieu, Pierre, 21–24; L’Amour de l’art: Les musées d’art européen et leur public, 21 Boussaa, Youcef, 58, 59 Bouzar, Dounia, 15, 16 Bouziri, Saïd, 41 Bradby, David, 131 Brakni, Rachida, 89, 96 Braouezze, Patrick, 135 Brecht, Bertolt, 23, 102 Brook, Peter, 131 Bruit du monde m’est rentré dans l’oreille, Le: performance, 33, 119–22, 132–45 passim, 179 Butler, Judith, 28, 36, 71; performativity, 28 Ça travaille, ça travaille, ça ferme sa gueule (It Works, It Works, It Shuts Its Mouth), 44 Centre Dramatique National (CDN), 18 Césaire, Aim...