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335  Index adaptation, 29, 114, 317 Albany Park, 10, 173–­ 84, 197–­ 98, 207, 210–­ 16, 219n2, 257n1, 304, 324 Angelou, Maya, 119 Bacon, Wallace, 2, 69–­ 70, 75, 77, 78n3, 104–­ 5, 120n2, 308, 329 Ban Vinai, 127–­ 67 Becker, Howard, 41, 60, 254–­ 55 blackness, 111, 117, 318; and performance , 112; and signifying, 317 co-­ performance, 9, 11, 14, 37, 92–­ 93, 276, 325–­26 cultural performance, 19, 26, 56, 65, 92–­ 94, 128–­ 31, 297n23, 313 death penalty, 3–­ 4, 9, 264–­ 67, 277, 279, 281–­ 85, 294n4, 296n22, 314, 324; as performance, 267, 286–­ 94; as ritual, 267–­ 77 dialogic performance, 8, 70, 75–­ 77, 78n3, 79n7 Douglas, Mary, 16–­ 17, 79n4, 156, 211, 225–­27, 267 Douglass, Fredrick, 36–­ 38, 44n2, 49–­ 53, 116, 118, 121n7, 320–­ 21 elocution, 34, 104–­ 20, 120n1, 121n4–­ 5, 296n18; and race, 107–­ 8, 110–­ 18, 121n10, 315–­18, 320–­21 ethnography, 6–­ 12, 16, 35, 38, 48, 51, 88–­ 91, 98–­ 101, 119, 254, 259n7; as method, 6–­ 9, 78, 82–­ 87, 93, 96, 99, 101, 307; and performance, 6–­ 12, 16, 22, 22n2–­ 3, 27, 37, 44n3, 50, 78, 91–­ 97, 100, 119, 307; as praxis, 9–­ 11, 16, 22, 56, 86, 96; and reflexivity, 8, 12, 76, 85, 98–­ 102 Fabian, Johannes, 23n5, 37, 50, 79n5, 86–­87, 217 Foucault, Michel, 9, 19, 33, 102, 157–­ 58, 212, 264–­ 66, 277 Gates, Henry Louis, Jr., 50, 109–­ 10, 115–­16, 316–­17 Geertz, Clifford, 17, 19–­ 22, 23n6, 38–­ 39, 51, 53–­ 54, 60n2, 66–­ 67, 77–­ 78, 81–­ 84, 87, 92–­ 93, 98–­ 101, 162, 227, 258n6, 267 Gilroy, Paul, 32, 36, 38, 49, 51, 52, 118 graffiti, 181, 191, 213, 214, 233, 239, 258n5; as communication, 227–­ 28, 236–­ 38, 240–­ 41, 250–­ 53, 257, 305 habitus, 106–­ 7, 112, 173, 241, 272, 312 Hmong, 67–­ 68, 70–­ 71, 128, 131, 144–­ 47, 154–­ 56, 166n1, 167n3, 171, 192, 198, 310, 324; and health theater, 133–­43, 147–­54, 159–­60, 163–­66 Hurston, Zora Neale, 10, 39–­ 40, 44n2, 53–­ 54, 310, 324 intracommunal communication, 224–­ 25, 240–­ 41, 245, 247, 250, 254 kinesis, 27–­ 28, 30n2–­ 3, 49, 55–­ 57, 60n3, 87 Latin Kings, 91, 213, 224, 228, 231–­ 53, 259n8–­9, 260n12–­13, 304 literacy, 34–­ 38, 40, 50–­ 51, 93, 106, 109–­ 10, 115, 117–­ 18, 142, 163, 165, 305, 316, 318, 321–­ 22 making do, 27, 90, 189, 195–­ 96 McVeigh, Timothy, 265–­ 66, 277, 281, 285, 288, 291–­ 94 336 index mimesis, 27, 30n2, 49, 56–­ 57, 60n3, 87 Mother Clean, 141–­ 44, 148–­ 54, 163–­ 67 performance: as dialogue (see dialogic performance); and ethnography (see ethnography and performance); as method, 2, 7–­ 9, 12–­ 13, 28–­ 30, 41, 59–­ 60, 92, 96–­ 97, 131, 306–­ 7, 311–­ 12; as paradigm, 17, 21, 22, 60, 92–­ 93, 95, 98; and performativity, 47, 108, 112; as theory, 2, 6–­ 7, 12–­ 13, 28–­ 29, 33, 41–­ 43, 55–­ 58, 311, 322 Performance Studies, 6, 8, 12, 13, 26–­ 30, 33, 40–­ 43, 47–­ 48, 78, 104, 118, 120, 267, 310–­ 13, 322, 329–­ 30 Phelan, Peggy, 26, 28, 59, 270 poiesis, 30n2, 27, 56, 60n3 political economy, 7, 13, 35–­ 36, 106, 173, 184, 255, 303–­ 5, 312, 316 Schechner, Richard, 27, 57, 306–­ 8 self and other, 20–­ 21, 75, 77, 88, 162, 214, 308 sense of the other, 2, 22n3, 68, 75, 105 shamans, 27, 58, 70–­ 71, 128, 129, 136, 140–­41, 155–­56, 159–­60, 164–­66, 171, 324, 329 street gangs, 3, 8, 9, 10, 213–­ 57, 258n6, 259n8–­ 9, 259–­ 60n12, 315, 322 tactics of resistance, 173, 204–­ 7, textocentrism, 35–­ 36, 38, 39–­ 40, 47–­ 55, 59, 93–­ 94, 97, 315, 322, 324 textualism. See textocentrism textuality. See textocentrism Turner, Victor, 7, 15, 18–­ 19, 27, 56–­ 57, 60, 66, 92–­ 98, 157, 207, 240, 241, 267, 307 Uncle Tom’s Cabin, 107–­8, 113–­14, 121n4, 317 voice, 2, 13, 56, 77, 87, 105–­ 20, 225, 311, 316–­18, 320–­22, 329–­30 witnessing. See co-­performance ...