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209 Index AAA (American Anthropological Association ), 50–­ 51, 179n78, 179n80 academic tourism, 1 academic-­ military-­ industrial complex, 56 Acconci, Victor, 11, 173n42 activism, 3, 18, 135–­ 36, 149, 193n37 action, 131 art, 3, 11, 43, 66, 112–­ 13, 142, 145, 156, 170 curatorial, 135–­ 36 performance actions, 55, 112, 126, 128 sustainable, 3, 18, 128, 131, 155, 193n37 tactics, 153 tourism as sustainable form of, 3 affect, 1,16, 21–­ 5, 27–­ 29, 31, 33, 35, 37–­ 43, 45, 47–­ 49, 51, 53, 55, 57, 59–­ 61, 63, 65, 119, 125, 161, 168,172n24, 177n1, 175n12, 176n23, 177n43, 177n54, 189n68, 194n60 currencies of, 28 management, 16, 24–­ 25, 28, 42–­ 43, 61 neutralizing management, 42–­ 43 proleptic modulation of, 7, 42 affective collision, 16, 24, 27 Ahmed, Sara, 64–­ 65, 98–­ 99, 102, 164, 171n8, 171n8, 181nn117–­ 20, 183nn38–­ 47 al-­ Balawi, Human Khalil Abu Mulal, 66 alien-­ world (Husserl), 100, 102–­ 4, 186n15 alterity, 64, 159, 163 alternative social spaces, 94 anthropology, military, 50–­ 51, 56, 177n49, 178n73, 179nn74, 179n76–­ 77, 181n109 Anzaldúa, Gloria, 107 Appelbaum, Ralph, 157 archival knowledge, 165 archive, 121, 136, 140, 144, 155, 165, 182n7, 185n9, 186n15, 189n61, 191n11, 192n29, 195n12 imperial logic of 165 Aristotle, 94 armed social work, 49, 54, 178n66, 178n69 Arrizón, Alicia, 122, 189n63 Artwohl, Alexis, 40 asymmetric warfare, 25 autoethnography, 56 See also ethnography, auto Bammer, Angelika, 120, 189n56 Baudrillard, Jean, 4, 171n10 Beck, Glen, 114, 187n34 Belmore, Rebecca, 142 Bennett, Susan, 157–­ 58, 193nn40–­ 41, 193n33, 194n49 Berlant, Lauren, 42, 177nn56–­ 57 Bin Laden, Osama, 57, 66, 80, 89, 182n14 Bishop, Claire, 145, 192n22 Boal, Augusto, 2, 185n5 Boler, Megan, 2, 94–­ 95, 97, 158, 171n3, 183nn26–­ 27, 183nn36–­ 37 Bond, David, 16, 26, 51, 173n49, 176n21, 179n81 border, 1, 5–­ 6, 9, 17–­ 18, 72–­ 76, 78–­ 79, 99, 106–­ 29, 131, 147, 156, 170, 185nn5–­ 7, 185n9, 186nn13–­ 17, 187n30, 187n32, 188n46, 189n58, 189n60, 189n62, 189n74 -­ lands theory, 107 aesthesis (Mignolo), 124 art, 112, 187n30 hysteria, 18, 109 imagined, 107 militarization, 113, 187n32 paradoxical site, 114 Borges, Jorge Luis, 4 Butcher, Jim, 117, 188n45 Butler, Judith , 24, 89, 168, 175n8, 195n31 Butler, Shelley Ruth, 139, 191n16 caminata nocturna, 17–­ 18, 106–­ 7, 119, 122, 131, 155, 187n35 capitalism, 10, 107, 112, 145 Carbone, Mauro, 166, 195nn17–­ 18 Carter, Jill, 149, 160, 192n27, 194nn58–­ 59 challenging revealing (Heidegger), 57 citizenship, 111, 121, 126, 128, 189n74 Colborn-­ Roxworthy, Emily, 11 colonialism, 3, 34, 133, 136, 161 violence, 12, 131, 135, 137, 142–­ 43 conflict ethnography, 54, 65, 180n92 See also ethnography, conflict Conquergood, Dwight, 167, 169, 195n21, 196n42 210 index consumption of the other (Boler), 2, 97, 167 Cotton, Cuyler, 131 Coulon, Jocelyn , 23, 174nn3–­ 7, 175n17 counter-­ museum, 19, 151 counterinsurgency, 3, 13, 16, 23–­ 27, 29–­ 30, 35, 48–­ 50, 54, 61, 66–­ 67, 73, 91, 105, 173n49, 178nn66–­ 67, 178n69, 178n73, 179n74, 179nn76–­ 77, 180n92 doctrine, 16, 26–­ 7, 38, 61, 173n49, 178n66 mission, 23–­ 25, 29–­ 30, 48, 50, 54, 61, 91, 105, 178n66 counterterrorism, 17, 75–­ 76, 178n69, 180n92 critical realism, 184n4 cross-­ cultural knowledge, 2, 163 cross-­ temporal mobility (Schneider), 6, 119–­ 20 Culler, Jonathan, 117, 188n43 cultural intelligence (CQ), 2, 26, 28, 32, 43, 45, 47–­ 49, 52, 54, 58, 61–­ 63, 65, 93, 178n66, 178n71 acquisition, 52 building, 2, 14, 47–­ 48, 52, 62 stakes, 15, 48 training, 32, 43, 48, 52, 54, 58, 65, 178 cultural mind-­ set, 79, 82, 89, 91–­ 92, 164 cultural psychology, 88, 92 cultural turn, in military strategy, 27, 48–­ 49, 52, 59, 178nn66–­ 67 curatorial activism, 135–­ 36 dark tourism, 3, 11, 18–­ 19, 107, 155–­ 18, 131, 168, 188nn36–­ 39, 188n41, 188n44, 195n29 as sustained activist action, 131 immersive, 11, 117–­ 18, 131 pedagogical tool, 131 Davis, Tracy, 6–­ 7, 41, 172nn22–­ 23, 177n50 de Certeau, Michel, 56, 123–­ 25, 180n93, 189nn65–­ 66, 189n72 decolonial, 3, 5, 19–­ 20, 128, 135, 161, 164, 166, 170 paradigm, 128 strategies, 135 decolonization, 161, 194nn61–­ 62 de Cusa, Nicholas, 170 denationalization, 110, 187n20 Der Derian, James, 24, 175nn10–­ 11 Derrida, Jacques, 63, 181n112, 189n59 deterritorialization, 126, 189n74 difficult knowledge, 159 distantiation, 118 Dolan, Jill, 97, 120, 122, 126, 183n35, 189nn53–­ 56 Dominguez, Richard, 114, 187n33 economies of desire, 17, 93 el derecho de no migrar, 108, 116 Electronic Disturbance Theatre (EDT) / b.a.n.g lab, 113–­ 14, 187n33 Elias, Norbert, 93, 183n20 Ellsworth, Elizabeth, 163 embodiment, 98, 124 empathy, 2–­ 3, 16–­ 17, 19, 66–­ 67, 69, 71, 73–­ 75, 77, 79, 81...


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