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327 Index Italic page number denotes illustration. ableism: communication with animals and, 76–77, 76–77n9; vs. disablism, 126, 126n1; epideictic rhetoric and, 135; exnomination and, 29; fear of disability and, 111n15; in Greek myths, 76–77, 77n10; identity and, 91; myths of, 32; normativity and, 21–22, 91n21; policing , 33n5; sitpoint theory and, 140 Academy Awards, 228, 263n27 accusations (kategoria), 132 Achilles, 151 addiction, 52n19 Adventures of Baron Von Munchausen, The (film), 188 Aeneid (Virgil), 139 Aeschines, 118–19, 118–19n28 Ahmed, Sarah, 142 AIDS, 36, 44 Alaimo, Stacy, 46 Albert (Prince). See George VI; King’s Speech, The Alcibiades, 121–23, 128, 136 Alice (Princess), 270–71 American Pastoral (Roth), 247–48n16 American Sign Language (ASL), 103n9 Americans with Disabilities Act, 55n21, 95–96, 130 ancient Greece. See Greek antiquity androgyny. See gender ambiguity Animacies (Chen), 46 animal affiliations, 154–56, 156n7 animals, communication with, 76–77, 76–77n9 anmut, 117–18, 118n27, 128–29, 138–39, 238–39n10 Anzaldua, Gloria, 18, 194, 219–23 apate (deception), 123, 128, 136–38 Aphrodite, 75, 80, 161n10, 175 aphrona, 117, 118 Aphthonius, 139 Apollodorus, 75, 168 apologia (defenses), 132 Arendt, Hannah, 112–13 Aristophanes, 63, 120, 122–23n30 Aristotelians, 12 Aristotle: vs. Aristotelians, 12; the body and, 69–70; on deliberative rhetoric, 127, 133, 234; on epideictic rhetoric, 127, 135; on female body, 26; on forensic rhetoric, 127, 132; on ideality, 23, 25; on the mean, 24, 25–26; on mētis, 200–203, 204, 205; Nicomachean Ethics, 25, 201–2; On the Generation of Animals, 63, 69, 202; Poetics, 60–61n27; on prothesis, 107; Rhetoric, 107, 201; on soul vs. body, 26–27n5; speech impediment of, 121 328 • Index Arrizon, Alicia, 221n12 Ars Poetica (Horace), 56 art, Greek, 73 Art of Rhetoric (Hermogenes), 118–19 Asch, Adrienne, 96, 97 ASL (American Sign Language), 103n9 Aspasia, 120, 185, 185nn26–27 Asperger’s syndrome, 38 Assmann, Jan, 207n5 ate (human blindness), 123, 128, 136–38 Athena: birth of, 198, 198–99, 199n3; Hephaestus and, 175, 175n19; Medusa myths and, 210, 211; mētis of, 80, 161n10; Tiresias and, 75, 78 Athens: citizenship in, 117; crafts in, 180–81; Hephaestus and, 184–86; Serlin on, 182n24; Ten Years’ War, 1, 184–85, 203, 288 Atwill, Janet, 7, 7n4, 165–66, 200 Augustine, 88 autism, 41, 64, 114n23, 144n7, 145–46 Available Means (Ritchie and Ronald), 120 Azzarello, Brian, 189 Babbitt, Raymond (fictional character), 35, 38, 40, 42, 43, 64 Bailey, Alison, 146 Bakhtin, Mikhail, 284n36 Ballif, Michelle, 193, 204, 205 Bardfilm (blog), 261–63 Barnes, Julian, 57–58, 57n23, 61 Barnouw, Jeffrey, 161 barriers, socially constructed, 95–96, 99 Barthes, Roland, 29, 31 Barton, Len, 100–101 Batman (comic book), 36, 44–45 Bauby, Jean-Dominique, 143 Bay, Jennifer, 110 Baynton, Douglas, 9, 26 Beauty and the Beast, 43 Bechdel, Alison, 48 Bechdel Test, 48, 49–51, 49n13, 50n15, 50–51n6, 51n17, 55 Benjamin, Adam, 170n16 Ben-Moshe, Liat, 137 Berlin, James, 7, 9 Billy Bud (Melville), 230 Binet-Simon Test, 102n7 biological capacity, 74, 74n8, 75, 155n6 biopic (biographical) films, 127–28, 135–36, 135n5, 229 biopolitical films, 135–36, 229 biopower, 27–28, 54 bipolar disorder, 38 Bipolar Expeditions (Martin), 40 Birth, Death, and Motherhood in Classical Greece (Demand), 27 bisexuality, 73–74, 79 Bitzer, Lloyd, 105 Black Swan Green (Mitchell), 247–48n16 Blakely, Sandra, 152, 152n3, 181n23 blindness: compensatory abilities for, 64–65, 65n2; as expanded parable, 137; in films, 137; in Greek antiquity, 79; Homer and, 40, 64–65; metaphors for, 104; mētis and, 196; partiality of communication and, 123–24; social constructionist model of, 112–13, 113n19; Tiresias and, 65, 65n2, 75–76, 77n10, 78–79 Blindness (Saramago), 137 Boal, Augusto, 109n13 Bodies That Matter (Butler), 98 Bodily Arts (Hawhee), 119n29 Bodily Natures (Alaimo), 46 body, the, 15–16, 17; “abnormal,” 4–5; cultural values of, 89, 89n18; expressive power of, 90–91; extraordinary, 88, 88n16; fragmented, 117; in Greek Index 329 antiquity, 68–70, 69n5, 87–88, 87n14; ideal of, 23, 24–25, 25n4, 26–27, 28–29, 72, 151; interdependence and, 111–14, 111n16, 112n17; male vs. female, 26–27; materiality of, 28, 90; the mean for, 24–25; meaning-making by, 19, 125; means of persuasion and, 3, 5; medicalization of, 27–28; normativity and, 90–91, 90n20; philosophy and, 68–69, 88–89n17, 90n20; range of images of, 224; social constructionist model of, 106; soul and, 26–27n5; speech and, 66–67n3; stories of, 290–91; technology and, 1–2; technology as...

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