Index
Page numbers in italics indicate illustrations. Page numbers in italics and in parentheses indicate details of illustrations.
Abbas I (Shah of Iran), 284, 332–33, 332–38
Abid, The Death of Khan Jahan Lodi, 278, 278–79
Abu’l-Hasan: Dignitaries at the enthronement of Jahangir, 260–61, 260–61
Jahangir shooting at the head of Malik Ambar, 248, 250–51, 284
Abyssinian (Fateh Khan [?]) from Ahmadnagar, An (Hashim), 287, 287
Abyssinian from Ahmadnagar, An (Hashim), 247–48, 248–49
Abyssinian retainer of Rustam Khan, An (Payag [?]), 270, 270–71, 271
Acquah III King of Winnebah [now Simpa] (Anonymous), 159, 163, 164
acrobat with Africanized features, figurine of black, 300–301, 301–2
Adventures of Dankichi (Bōken Dankichi) [Keizō], 352–53, 352–53
Afari, Chr., 153–54, 154
African at a boisterous party at an inn, An, 269, 269
African colonial society. See colonial Africa
African eunuch, An, 281, 283
African musician, An (Odano Naotake [attrib.]), 338–39, 340
African Spirits series (Fosso), autoportraits: 190, 193
Muhammad Ali, 192–93
Aimé Césaire, 190–91
Angela Davis, 190–91
Seydou Keïta, 192–93
Malcolm X, 190–91
Nelson Mandela, 190–91
Léopold Sédar, 192–93
Tommie Smith, 192–93
age-grade mask, 104, 104
Ahmenotep III (ruler of Egypt), 23, 23
Aina Onabolu, Sisi Nurse, 168, 168–69
Akati Adpele Kendo, War god Gu, 46, 46–47, 48, 49
Akbar (emperor of Mughals), 257, 258, 261, 271, 272, 280–81, 282–83
Ale (earth goddess), 23, 34–35, 35–36
Alexander defeats the Zangis, 257, 266–67, 267
Allah-wirdi Khan receiving petitions (Anonymous), 270–71, 272
altarpiece representing King Ewuakpe, 22–23, 36–37, 38, 39
altar ring, 72–73, 73, 75
Amachree IV (?) [king of New Calabar], 149, 150–51, 152
Amadioha (thunder god), 23, 34–35, 35–36
Ambar, Malik, 11, 12, 248, 250–51, 257, 281, 283–85, 284, 286–87
ancestral screen (duein fubara), 149, 151, 161
Anonymous: Acquah III King of Winnebah [now Simpa], 159, 163, 164
Allah-wirdi Khan receiving petitions, 270–71, 272
Awakened Africa (Juede de Feizhou), 315–16, 316–17
Black devil, 312, 312
Black Ship and Crew (Jōkisenzu naminorikumi jinbutsu), (343), 343–44
A Calabar Chief, 141, 142–43, 163, 188, 190
Chairman Mao Is the Great Savior of the World Revolutionary Peoples (Mao zhuxi shishijie gemingren de da jiuxing), 317, 319, 319–20
Foreign Kings on Horseback, 332–33, 332–38, (334–35)
Illustration of Taishōkan, 330, (330)
Memento mori, 162–63, 163
Obamao, 324, 324
Portrait of a girl before entering seclusion, 161, 162–63
Portrait of Hua Guo Envoy, 296, 296–97
Portrait of Lang Ya Xiu Envoy, 297, 298
World map with varieties of mankind (Anonymous), 328, 328, 332, 344
apartheid South Africa: Colour Me series (Searle), 208–9, 208–10
Felix in Exile (Kentridge), 205–6, 206–7
Slides 51/80 and 52/80 (black and white slide projection, installation) [Mofokeng], 206–7, 207
A South African Colouring Book (Jantjes), 201, 202–3, 203
Untitled (Mthethwa), 210, 211, 212
Archibong II, Prince, 141, 142–43, 163
Assimo (pantry boy), 152, 152–53
attendants: Allah-wirdi Khan receiving petitions (Anonymous), 270–71, 272
altarpiece representing King Ewuakpe, 22–23, 36–37, 38, 39
ancestral screen (duein fubara), 149, 151, 161
brass plaque, 80, 80–81, 82
funerary screen, 68, 73, 85, 85, 161
Khubilai Khan Hunting (Liu Guandao [attrib.]), 307, 308–9, (309), 309–10, 311
A sultan in his garden, 270, 274, 274
Nawab Ibrahim Khan II of Sachin, 257, 292, 292–93
Oba (King) Erediauwa at Ugie Erha Oba, 82, 82–83
An okoroshi-oma with cross-dressing attendant, 126–27, 126–27
Rao Lakhpatji holding court, 276–77, 277
Rao Lakhpatji in procession, 216, 216–17, 261
A ruler serenaded by black musicians, 225, 226–27
Slip Painted Bowl (figural), 220–21, 220–21
Untitled portrait (King of New Calabar, possibly Amachree IV) [Joaque], 149, 150–51, 152, 161, 163
Wall painting, City Palace, Jamnagar, 258, 271, 278. See also courtiers
At the Chop Suey Restaurant (Shimizu), 355–56, 357
Atwonzen (Trophy Head), 78, 78–79
Avereho (festival performer), 97
Awakened Africa (Juede de Feizhou) [Anonymous], 315–16, 316–17
Baby-chan (Koganechō) [Tokiwa Toyoko], 367–68, 368
Balchand, Jahangir receiving Prince Khurram, 257, 280–81, 282–83
Bamana ntomo mask, 104–5, 105–6
Bariba Man (Ibadan Man) at the festival of ecane, The, 102, 102–3
base of a Buddhist altar, The, 325, (326–27)
beadwork jewelry. See jewelry
Beg, Farrukh (aka Farrukh Husain), Mirza Muhammad Hakim with Hajji Yaqut Beg, 280, 280–81
Beg, Hajji Yaqut (Khwaja Yaqut), 280, 280–81
Benin head, 48, 48–49
Bieri figure, 41, 41–42, 42, 46, 52, 75
Biko, Steve, 203, 203
Bilal the Abyssinian giving the call to prayer, 246, 246–47
Black Child (Hei haizi), illustration of colored plastic figurine (Chen Zhaoxing and Mu Ruisen), 320, 320–21
Black couple, 234–35, 235
Black devil (Anonymous), 312, 312
“blackface”: Blackfaced Chinese actors in Beijing performing War Drums on the Equator (Chidao zhangu) by Li Huang and others, 320–21, 321
A minstrel show onboard the Powhatan (Hibata Ōsuke [attrib.]), 15–16, 345–46, (347), 347–48
Portrait (Futago) [Morimura], 372, 372–73
from the series Cover (Sawada), 373, 373
Black man at a court reception, A, 225, 227, 228
Black man beating a horse, A, 236, 236–37
Black man playing a stringed instrument while an onlooker claps his hands, A (Siyah Kalem [Siyah Qalam]), 238, 239
Black man pulling at his tongue, watched by an older man, A, 238, 239
Black man with a staff, A, 240–41, 241
Black men in a fight, 228, 228–29
Black Ship and Crew (Jōkisenzu naminorikumi jinbutsu) [Anonymous], (343), 343–44
Black woman flanked by two men, A (Siyah Kalem [Siyah Qalam]), 232–33, 233, 235
Blaeu, Willem Janszoon, World map, 326–27, 327, 332–37
Bōken Dankichi (Adventures of Dankichi) [Keizō], 352–53, 352–53
“Book of Ascension” (Mi’rajnama), 217, 218–19, 219
Borom Sarret (Sembène), 174–75, 174–75
Bowen, Ren (attrib.), Tribute Bearers, 310–11, 310–11
boxers, section of Lord Byron’s Drawing Room (Donkor), 187, 188–89
brass plaque, 80, 80–81, 82
Breitz, Candice, Rainbow Series #1 and #10, 207–8, 208
Brown, John, 365–66, 365–66
Buddha altar base, 325, (326–27)
Building of the palace of Khawarnaq, The, 244, 244–45
“Buli-master” stool, 86, 86
Bundu girls in dancing costume, Mendi country (Lisk-Carew), 156, 157, 158
Bunsei nana kōshin natsu ikoku tenmasen Ōtsuhama e jōriku narabini shokizu tō (The landing of a foreign lighter at the port of Otsu in 1824) [Katō Shōra], 338, (339)
Bwoom mask referencing a Pygmy, 33, 34, 42, 45
Byron, Lord, 187, 188–89
Calabar Chief, A (Anonymous), 141, 142–43, 163, 188, 190
Camara, Fodé, The Old Man, the Medal, and the Statue, 178–79, 178–79
carte de visite, back of (Joaque), 148–49, 148–49
Case 6831/21, 203, 204–5, 205
ceremonial ax, 64–65, 65, 71
Chabi (empress), 307, 308, 309, 309–10
Chairman Mao Is the Great Savior of the World Revolutionary Peoples (Mao zhuxi shishijie gemingren de da jiuxing) [Anonymous], 317, 319, 319–20
Chand Muhammad, Ikhlas Khan standing, 257, 287–88, 288
Chen Xu, Chinese Men of the Tang Buying Foreign Slaves, 303–5, 304
Chen Zhaoxing and Mu Ruisen, Illustration of colored plastic figurine Black Child (Hei haizi), 320, 320–21
Chibinda Ilunga, Chief, 56–57, 56–57, 58, 59, 66, 73
Chidao zhangu (War Drums on the Equator) [Li Huang and others], 320–21, 321
Chief Steward Julu, & one of the pantry boys named Assimo off duty, The. Out on the marn (marina?) [Green], 152, 152–53
Chief Who Sold Africa to the Colonists, The (Le chef [celui qui vendit l’Afrique aux colons]) [Fosso], 188, 189, 190
children: Black Child (Hei haizi), illustration of colored plastic figurine (Chen Zhaoxing and Mu Ruisen), 320, 320–21
A black man beating a horse, 236, 236–37
Harlem: Black Angels, Image from (Yoshida Ruiko), 369–70, 370–71
High Life in Badagry (Holm), 154–55, 154–55
Ibeji figures honoring twins, 42, 42–43
figures of woman and child, 62 63, 62–63
mother and child, 62–63, 62–64
panel of The Emancipation of the Negro Slaves (Ishigaki), 365–66, 365–66
Untitled (Mthethwa), 210, 211, 212
Untitled portrait of a woman and child (Decker), 146–47, 146–47
Yokosuka, from the series Chewing Gum and Chocolate (Tōmatsu Shōmei), 368–69, 368–69. See also mother/motherhood and children
Chinese as helpers, 321–22, 322–23
Chinese Men of the Tang Buying Foreign Slaves (Chen Xu), 303–5, 304
Chr. Afari (Lutterodt), 153–54, 154
Chūryū kinmu (Station Duty) [Yoshio], 366–67, 367
Ci-wara masked performer . . . , 107, 107–8
coiffures/hairstyles. See hairstyles/coiffures colonial Africa: The Chief Who Sold Africa to the Colonists (Le chef [celui qui vendit l’Afrique aux colons]) [Fosso], 188, 189, 190
Colonie Beige: Under Belgian Rule (Tshibumba Kanda-Matulu), 180, 180
Diary of a Victorian Dandy (Shonibare), 185–87, 186–87
The Old Man, the Medal, and the Statue (Camara), 178–79, 178–79
Sisi Nurse (Aina Onabolu), 168, 168–69
Colonie Belge: Under Belgian Rule (Tshibumba Kanda-Matulu), 180, 180
Commemorative Portrait Head, 30–31, 31
copper alloy head with distinctive Igbo Nri facial markings, 27, 28–29, 31
Coptic textile (Jambière historiée), 219–20, 220
costumes, ceremonial: Bundu girls in dancing costume, Mendi country (Lisk-Carew), 156, 157, 158
Egungun masqueraders of the Alabala type, 122–23, 123
ekuoba (reembodied elder hidden within the costume . . .), 121–22, 122–23
Musicians and chorus at the Okumkpa performance, 127–29, 128–29
sogo bò performance of the buffalo . . . , 117–18, 118–19
Couple Royale (The Royal Couple) [Tall], 172, 172–73, 174
courtiers: An Abyssinian from Ahmadnagar (Hashim), 247–48, 248–49
An Abyssinian retainer of Rustam Khan (Payag [?]), 270, 270–71, 271
An African eunuch, 281, 283
A black man at a court reception, 225, 227, 228
Ikhlas Khan and Sultan Muhammad Adil Shah of Bijapur, 257, 287–88, 288–89
Ikhlas Khan standing (Chand Muhammad), 257, 287–88, 288
Jahangir receiving Prince Khurram (Balchand), 257, 280–81, 282–83
Joseph bathing in the Nile, 258, 258–59
The Negus of Abyssinia receives the Meccan envoys, 223, 223–25
Rao Desalji holding court, 274–75, 275–76
Rao Lakhpatji holding court, 276–77, 277
Sierra Leone—Freetown—King Prempeh with his Parents and Chiefs of Ashantee as Political Prisoners in Sierra Leone (Johnston), 156, 164–65, 164–65. See also attendants
Cover (Sawada), from the series, 373, 373
crest mask, 76–77, 77–78
cross-dressing attendant, okoroshi-oma with, 126–27, 126–27
Crowd paying their respects to Akbar, A (Dharm Das), 258, 260, 260–61
crowns: Gu, war god (Akati Adpele Kendo), 46, 46–47, 48, 49
Oba (King) Erediauwa at Ugie Erha Oba, 82, 82–83
royal, 83, 84–85, 85
Cultural Revolution (Chinese): Awakened Africa (Juede de Feizhou) [Anonymous], 315–16, 316–17
Black Child (Hei haizi), illustration of colored plastic figurine (Chen Zhaoxing and Mu Ruisen), 320, 320–21
Chairman Mao Is the Great Savior of the World Revolutionary Peoples (Mao zhuxi shishijie gemingren de da jiuxing) [Anonymous], 317, 319, 319–20
Chinese as helpers, 321–22, 322–23
For Independence and Freedom! (Weile duli, ziyou!) [Zhan Jianjun], 316, 316–17
US Imperialism, Get Out of Africa! (Mei diguozhuyi cong Feizhou gunchuqu!) [Wu Min], 317, 318–19, 319–20
cup supported by human figure, 69, 70–71
dancers: Bundu girls in dancing costume, Mendi country (Lisk-Carew), 156, 157, 158
The dancing girl of Mohenjo Daro, 254, 255
Dancing shamans, 236, 237
The Sidi Dhammal (Juma), 293, 294
Dancing girl of Mohenjo Daro, The, 254, 255
Dancing shamans, 236, 237
Davies, Nina, 23, 23
Death (Lynched Figure) [Noguchi], 356, 358, 358–59
Death of Khan Jahan Lodi, The (Abid), 278, 278–79
Decker, John Parkes, Untitled portrait of a woman and child, 146–47, 146–47
Dede, Prince Sosa, King Behanzin as a shark, 44–45, 45, 46
demons/devils: Black demons (devils) [Anonymous], 312, 312
A demon in chains, 232–33, 233
Men watching a tug-of-war (Siyah Kalem [Siyah Qalam]), 230–31, 231, 233
dervishes, Two (Siyah Kalem [Siyah Qalam]), 236–37, 237
Desalji, Rao, 274–75, 275–76
Dharm Das, A crowd paying their respects to Akbar, 258, 260, 260–61
Diary of a Victorian Dandy (Shonibare), 185–87, 186–87
differences in coiffure and facial markings as seen by an early European traveler, 20, 20, 27
Dignitaries at the enthronement of Jahangir (Abu’l-Hasan), 260–61, 260–61
Disarmament Series (Okudzeto), 199, 199–200
divination: basket of fetishes, 54–55, 55–56
figure, 54–55, 55
Komo helmet mask, 106–7, 106–7
D’mba helmet mask, 116–17, 117
D’mba (Nimba) shoulder mask, 51, 51–52, 59–60
Donkor, Godfried, section of Lord Byron’s Drawing Room, 187, 188–89
Douglass, Frederick, 365–66, 365–66
duein fubara (ancestral screen), 149, 151, 161
East African youth looking in a mirror, An, 251, 252–53
Egungun masqueraders of the Alabala type, 122–23, 123
ekuoba (reembodied elder hidden within the costume . . .), 121–22, 122–23
Emancipation of the Negro Slaves, The, panel of (Ishigaki), 365–66, 365–66
emissaries: The Negus of Abyssinia receives the Meccan envoys, 223, 223–25
Portrait of Hua Guo Envoy (Anonymous), 296, 296–97
Portrait of Lang Ya Xiu Envoy (Anonymous), 297, 298
Tribute Bearers (Bowen [attrib.]), 310–11, 310–11
Ethiopian slave caravan (Roberts), 7, 7, 10
Etoundi, Essamba, Angèle, White Ebony, 195, 197, 197
eunuchs: An Abyssinian retainer of Rustam Khan (Payag [?]), 270, 270–71, 271
An African eunuch, 281, 283
Allah-wirdi Khan receiving petitions (Anonymous), 270–71, 272
Ikhlas Khan and Sultan Muhammad Adil Shah of Bijapur, 257, 287–88, 288–89
Jahangir receiving Prince Khurram (Balchand), 257, 280–81, 282–83
Mirza Muhammad Hakim with Hajji Yaqut Beg (Farrukh Beg [Farrukh Husain]), 280, 280–81
Rao Desalji holding court, 274–75, 275–76
Every Moment Counts (Fani-Kayode), 184, 184–85
Ewuakpe, King, 22–23, 36–37, 38, 39
Fani-Kayode, Rotimi: Black Friar, 1989, cover, ix
Every Moment Counts, 184, 184–85
White Bouquet, 183, 183–84
Fateh Khan (?), 287, 287
Felix in Exile (Kentridge), 205–6, 206–7
female and male African servant figurines excavated from the tomb of Lady Pei, 302, 302–3
Few South African Women, A (Williamson), 203, 204–5, 205
Figurative Sculpture, 78–79, 79
figure from Divination basket (ngombo), 54–55, 55
figures of woman and child, 62, 62–63
Firoz Khan, 257, 280–81, 282–83
Fon bocio figure, 39–41, 40–41, 42, 45
Foreign Kings on Horseback (Anonymous), 332–33, 332–38, (334–35)
For Independence and Freedom! (Weile duli, ziyou!) [Zhan Jianjun], 316, 316–17
Fosso, Samuel: African Spirits series, 190, 190–91, 192–93, 193
The Chief Who Sold Africa to the Colonists (Le chef [celui qui vendit l’Afrique aux colons]), 188, 189, 190
funerary figure, male, 54, 54–55
funerary/mortuary objects and rites: ancestral screen (duein fubara), 149, 151, 161
funerary screen, 68, 73, 85, 85, 161
Komo helmet mask, 106–7, 106–7
Male Funerary Figure, 54, 54–55
Futago (Portrait) [Morimura], 372, 372–73
Gabriel, archangel, 217, 218–19, 219
gelede masks commemorating Chief Daniel Taiwo, 94, 94–95
gelede masquerader with a biplane surmounting the headdress, 92–93, 93–94
Ghiyas ad-din Shah Khalji of Malwa (Mandu), Sultan, 256, 257
goddesses and gods: Gu, war god (Akati Adpele Kendo), 46, 46–47, 48, 49
Ogun, “god of iron,” an epa-type mask, 123, 123
Ore (god), 38, 38–39, 42
King Taharqa with the ram of Amun, 31, 45, 45
The thunder god, Amadioha, and the earth goddess, Ale, 23, 34–35, 35–36
Wall painting, City Palace, Jamnagar, 258, 271, 278
Go for It Stars (Owusu-Ankomah), 200–201, 200–201
gold head of Worosa, 46, 48–49
gon mask, 108, 108–9
Green, Jonathan Adagogo: The Chief Steward Julu, & one of the pantry boys named Assimo off duty. Out on the marn (marina?), 152, 152–53
Chief Tom West in Perry Dress standing, Buguma 1900, 160–61, 161, 163
King of Benin. Oba Ovonramwen Nogbaisi aboard the S.S. Ivy . . . , 164, 165, 166
Group of Starving African Men and Boys Removed to the Royal Navy Ship Daphne from a Captured Dhow (Sullivan), 9, 10–11
Gu, war god (Akati Adpele Kendo), 46, 46–47, 48, 49
guardian figures: Bieri figure, 41, 41–42, 42, 46, 52, 75
Fon bocio figure, 39–41, 40–41, 42
Habash Khan, 257, 280–81, 282–83
hairstyles/coiffures: acrobat with Africanized features, Figurine of black, 300–301, 301–2
the base of a Buddhist altar 325, (326–27)
A Black man with a staff, 240–41, 241
“Buli-master” stool, 86, 86
ceremonial ax, 64–65, 65, 71
Chinese Men of the Tang Buying Foreign Slaves (Chen Xu), 303–5, 304
Coptic textile (Jambière historiée), 219–20, 220
crest mask, 76–77, 77–78
differences in coiffure and facial markings as seen by an early European traveler, 20, 20, 27
female and male African servants figurines excavated from the tomb of Lady Pei, 302, 302–3
figures of woman and child, 62, 62–63
headrest, 57–58, 58–59, 59, 69
Itimad Khan submits to Akbar (Sur Das), 258, 261, 271, 272
Janus-form skin-covered mask, 24, 25
Malay-Negrito youth figurine, 298–99, 298–99, 301–2
Mangbetu harp, 30–31, 31–32
metal knife with carved wooden head image, 64–65, 65, 71
mother and child, 62–63, 62–64
Portuguese Ships in Japanese and Foreign Harbors (Kano Naizen), 328, 329, (329), 330
terracotta figure, 27, 28
terracotta head, 30, 31
Three seated black men, 234–35, 235 (Siyah Kalem [Siyah Qalam])
The thunder god, Amadioha, and the earth goddess, Ale, 23, 34–35, 35–36
Two dervishes (Siyah Kalem [Siyah Qalam]), 236–37, 237
Two men and an old woman (Siyah Kalem [Siyah Qalam]), 238, 238–39
Two men conversing, 238, 240, 240–41
Hakim, Mirza Muhammad, 280, 281–82
Hamza, landhaur, and Zumurrud Shah stand bound before Lakman’s throne, 257–58, 258
Harlem: Black Angels, Image from (Yoshida Ruiko), 369–70, 370–71
Hashim: An Abyssinian (Fateh Khan [?]) from Ahmadnagar, 287, 287
An Abyssinian from Ahmadnagar, 247–48, 248–49
Malik Ambar (Hashim) [ca. 1610–1620], 285, 286–87
Malik Ambar (Hashim) [ca. 1620–1630], 257, 281, 283–85, 284
headdresses: ancestral screen (duein fubara), 149, 151, 161
Chief Chibinda Ilunga, 56–57, 56–57, 58, 59, 66, 73
copper alloy head with distinctive Igbo Nri facial markings, 27, 28–29, 31
crest mask, 76–77, 77–78
pair of Chiwara antelope masks, 31, 34–35, 35
Sierra Leone—Freetown—King Prempeh with his Parents and Chiefs of Ashantee as Political Prisoners in Sierra Leone (Johnston), 156, 164–65, 164–65
Untitled portrait (King of New Calabar, possibly Amachree IV) [Joaque], 149, 150–51, 152, 161, 163
woman with a horned headdress, 25, 26, 26–27, 45
Head of an Akoko-Edo matrilineage, holding a cast brass mask, 131, 132
headrest, 57–58, 58–59, 59, 69
healers: Nkondi (Power Figure), 59, 66–68, 67
staff (nkawa wa nganga), 39, 56, 57, 57, 67
Hei haizi (Black Child), illustration of colored plastic figurine (Chen Zhaoxing and Mu Ruisen), 320, 320–21
Henry IV (king of France), 326–27, 327, 332–33, 332–38
L’Heure de la Démocratie en Afrique (Unknown artist in the style of Chéri Samba), 38–39, 39
Hibata Ōsuke (attrib.), A minstrel show onboard the Powhatan, 15–16, 345–46, (347), 347–48
Hideo Noda, Scottsboro Boys, 359–60, 360–61
High Life in Badagry (Holm), 154–55, 154–55
Holm, Neils Walwin, High Life in Badagry, 154–55, 154–55
Holy Roman Emperor, 326–27, 327, 332–33, 332–38
Hot Days in Okinawa, from the series (Ishikawa Mao), 370–71, 371
Husain, Farrukh (aka Farrukh Beg), Mirza Muhammad Hakim with Hajji Yaqut Beg, 280, 280–81
Ibadan Man (Bariba Man) at the festival of ecane, The, 102, 102–3
Ibeji figures honoring twins, 42, 42–43
Ibrahim Khan II (Nawab Sidi of Sachin), 257, 292, 292–93
Ijoweyi (“Joway of Nagazi,” or John Wayne), 96–97, 97
Ikhlas Khan and Sultan Muhammad Adil Shah of Bijapur, 257, 287–88, 288–89
Ikhlas Khan standing (Chand Muhammad), 257, 287–88, 288
Illustration of Taishékan (Anonymous), 330, (330)
Illustration of The Kunlun Slave (Ren Xiong), 314, 314
incised ochre tablet, 20, 21, 21
initiation rites. See rites of passage In the South (Ku Klux Klan aka South USA) [Ishigaki], 361–62, 363
intoxicated crowd, An, 269–70, 270
Isamu Noguchi, Death (Lynched Figure), 356, 358, 358, 358–59
Ishigaki, Eitarō: Bonus March, 362–63, 364–65
Ku Klux Klan (aka South USA or In the South), 361–62, 363
Lynching (aka Noose), 360–62, 362–63
panel of The Emancipation of the Negro Slaves (Ishigaki), 365–66, 365–66
Ishikawa Mao, from the series Hot Days in Okinawa, 370–71, 371
Itibar Khan, 257, 280–81, 282–83
Itimad Khan submits to Akbar (Sur Das), 258, 261, 271, 272
It left him cold—the death of Steve Biko (Nhlengethwa), 203, 203
Ivory “skull,” 130–31, 131–32
Jahan, Emperor Shah (aka Prince Khurram), 257, 258, 271, 273, 278, 278–79, 280–81, 282–83
Jahangir (emperor of Mughals), 248, 250–51, 257, 260–61, 260–61, 280–81, 282–83, 283–85
Jahangir receiving Prince Khurram (Balchand), 257, 280–81, 282–83
Jahangir shooting at the head of Malik Ambar (Abu’l-Hasan), 248, 250–51, 284
Jambière historiée (Coptic textile), 219–20, 220
James I (king of England), 332–33, 332–38
Jantjes, Gavin, A South African Colouring Book, 201, 202–3, 203
Janus-form skin-covered mask, 24, 25
Jasaji, Jam, 258, 271, 278
jewelry: Acquah III King of Winnebah [now Simpa] (Anonymous), 159, 163, 164
altarpiece representing King Ewuakpe, 22–23, 36–37, 38, 39
Maasai woman carrying her baby . . . , 22, 23
Oba (King) Erediauwa during at Erha Oba, 82, 82–83
Ore (god), 38, 38–39, 42
terracotta figure, 27, 28
Jinabo II (king of Kom), 22, 22
Joaque, Francis W.: carte de visite, back of, 148–49, 148–49
Untitled portrait (King of New Calabar, possibly Amachree IV), 149, 150–51, 152, 161, 163
Jo/Gwan (seated female) figure, 56, 56–57, 60
Johnston, W. S.: Gold Coast—Fantee women, 156, 160–61, 161
Sierra Leone—Freetown—King Prempeh with his Parents and Chiefs of Ashantee as Political Prisoners in Sierra Leone, 156, 164–65, 164–65
Jōkisenzu naminorikumi jinbutsu (Black Ship and Crew) [Anonymous], (343), 343–44
Joseph bathing in the Nile, 258, 258–59
“Joway of Nagazi” (Ijoweyi, or John Wayne), 96–97, 97
Juede de Feizhou (Awakened Africa) [Anonymous], 315–16, 316–17
Julu, Chief Steward, 152, 152–53
Juma, Lal Mohamad, The Sidi Dhammal, 293, 294
kakwo (war medicine container), 78, 78–79
Kano Naizen, Portuguese Ships in Japanese and Foreign Harbors, 328, 329, (329), 330
Katō Shōra, Bunsei nana kōshin natsu ikoku tenmasen Ōtsuhama e jōriku narabini shokizu tō (The landing of a foreign lighter at the port of Otsu in 1824), 338, (339)
Keïta, Seydou, Untitled, 166, 175, 176–77
Keizō, Shimada, Adventures of Dankichi (Bōken Dankichi), 352–53, 352–53
Kekum njang in Kom/Oku, Cameroon. King Jinabo II in front of the royal figures (Koloss), 22, 22
Kentridge, William, Felix in Exile, 205–6, 206–7
Khalilou: Libreville (Gabon)—Photographe—Diplôme 1906–1907, 158–59, 159
Ougooué Lambaréné—Jeunes Filles (Ogowe River, Lambarene, Young Girls), 158–59, 159
Khidmat Khan, 257, 280–81, 282–83
Khubilai Khan Hunting (Liu Guandao [attrib.]), 307, 308–9, (309), 309–10, 311
Khurram, Prince (Emperor Shah Jahan), 257, 258, 271, 273, 278, 278–79, 280–81, 282–83
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 322–23, 323–24
King Acquah III of Winnebah, 159, 163, 164
King Behanzin as a shark (Dede), 44–45, 45, 46
King of Benin. Oba Ovonramwen Nogbaisi aboard the S.S. Ivy . . . (Green), 164, 165, 166
King Taharqa with the ram of Amun, 31, 45, 45
Kojima Matajir, An Officer and a Black Man, (344–45), 344–46
Koloss, Hans-Joachim, Kekum njang in Kom/Oku, Cameroon. King Jinabo II in front of the royal figures, 22, 22
Komo helmet mask, 106–7, 106–7
Ku Klux Klan (aka South USA or In the South) [Ishigaki], 361–62, 363
Kumm, Karl Wilhelm, 20, 20
Kunlun Slave illustration (Ren Xiong), 314, 314
Kurosuke (Kurusu Yoshio), 330–31, 331
Kurusu Yoshio, Kurosuke, 330–31, 331
laborers: The building of the palace of Khawarnaq, 244, 244–45
Chinese as helpers, 321–22, 322–23
panel of The Emancipation of the Negro Slaves (Ishigaki), 365–66, 365–66
Lakhaji, Jam, 258, 271, 278
Lakhpatji, Rao, 216, 216–17, 261, 276–77, 277
Lakman, king, 257–58, 258
Landing of a foreign lighter at the port of Otsu in 1824, The (Bunsei nana kōshin natsu ikoku tenmasen Ōtsuhama e jōriku narabini shokizu tō) [Katō Shōra], 338, (339)
leaders/leadership: brass plaque, 80, 80–81, 82
“Bulimaster” stool, 86, 86
Chief Chibinda Ilunga, 56–57, 56–57, 58, 59, 66, 73
Chief Tom West in Perry Dress standing, Buguma 1900 (Green), 160–61, 161, 163
funerary screen, 68, 73, 85, 85, 161
gelede masks commemorating Chief Daniel Taiwo, 94, 94–95
gon mask, 108, 108–9
L’Heure de la Démocratie en Afrique (Unknown artist), 38–39, 39
High Life in Badagry (Holm), 154–55, 154–55
It left him cold—the death of Steve Biko (Nhlengethwa), 203, 203
ndoli jowei masquerade and Sande Society officials, 109–11, 110–11
Lei Yixin, “Stone of Hope” of the Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial, 322–23, 323–24
Libreville (Gabon)—Photographe—Diplôme 1906–1907 (Khalilou), 158–59, 159
Li Huang and others, Chidao zhangu (War Drums on the Equator), 320–21, 321
Lincoln, Abraham, 365–66, 365–66
Lisk-Carew, Alphons, Bundu girls in dancing costume, Mendi country, 156, 157, 158
Liu Guandao (attrib.), Khubilai Khan Hunting, 307, 308–9, (309), 309–10, 311
Lodi, Khan Jahan (Pir Jahan Lodi), 278, 278–79
Lumumba, Patrice, 180–81, 181, 203
Lumumba Makes His Famous Speech (Tshibumba Kanda-Matulu), 180–81, 181, 203
Lutterodt, Frederick Richard Christian, Chr. Afari, 153–54, 154
Lynching (aka Noose) [Ishigaki], 360–62, 362–63
Maasai woman carrying her baby . . . (Warby), 22, 23
Machel, President Samora, 100, 100–101
Mahal, Yasmin, 257, 290, 290–91
Makeba, Miriam, 203, 204–5, 205
Malak Sagad III, 326–27, 327, 332–37
Malay-Negrito youth figurine, 298–99, 298–99, 301–2
male figure, 73, 74
Male Funerary Figure, 54, 54–55
Malik Ambar (Hashim) [ca. 1610–1620], 285, 286–87
Malik Ambar (Hashim) [ca. 1620–1630], 257, 281, 283–85, 284
Mandela, Winnie, 203, 204–5, 205
Mangbetu harp, 30–31, 31–32
Man with a red tuft on his forehead, 24–25, 25, 26, 45
Mao zhuxi shishijie gemingren de da jiuxing (Chairman Mao Is the Great Savior of the World Revolutionary Peoples) [Anonymous], 317, 319, 319–20
Mapiko mask as portrait of President Samora Machel, 100, 100–101, 103
maps: of Africa, xiv, 8
of China and Japan, 13
Static Drift (Mwangi), 194–95, 196–97
World map (Blaeu), 326–27, 327, 332–37
World map with varities of mankind (Anonymous), 328, 328, 332, 344
masks/masquerades: Avereho (festival performer), 97
Bamana ntomo mask, 104–5, 105–6
The Bariba Man (Ibadan Man) at the festival of ecane, 102, 102–3
Bwoom mask referencing a Pygmy, 33, 34, 42, 45
cast brass mask, 131, 132
ci-wara masked performer . . . , 107, 107–8
D’mba helmet mask, 116–17, 117
D’mba (Nimba) shoulder mask, 51, 51–52, 59–60
Egungun masqueraders of the Alabala type, 122–23, 123
ekuoba (reembodied elder hidden within the costume . . .), 121–22, 122–23
gelede masks commemorating Chief Daniel Taiwo, 94, 94–95
gelede masquerader with a biplane surmounting the headdress, 92–93, 93–94
gon mask, 108, 108–9
Ivory “skull,” 130–31, 131–32
Janus-form skin-covered mask, 24, 25
“Joway of Nagazi” (Ijoweyi, or John Wayne), 96–97, 97
Komo helmet mask, 106–7, 106–7
Mapiko mask as portrait of President Samora Machel, 100, 100–101, 103
Masqueraders at a Dogon funerary celebration, Amani, Mali, 95, 95
Multi-headed and Multi-mouthed Mask Able to Gobble Up Anything in His Way (Strother), 98, 99, 100
Musicians and chorus at the Okumkpa performance, 127–29, 128–29
Mwaash aMbooy, 111, 112–13, 113
ndako gboya (“witch-hunting”) masqueraders, 114–15, 114–15
ndoli jowei masquerade and Sande Society officials, 109–11, 110–11
Ogun, “god of iron,” an epa-type mask, 123, 123
okoroshi-oma with cross-dressing attendant, 126–27, 126–27
The Old Man, the Medal, and the Statue (Camara), 178–79, 178–79
pair of Chiwara antelope masks, 31, 34–35, 35
Pende masquerade at Ngashi, 98, 98–99
Portrait mask of Moya Yanso, 136–37, 139
Sibondel (Salo Baki), 117, 118
sogo bò performance of the buffalo . . . , 117–18, 118–19
Son (Liberian sculptor), 133, 137
White Ebony (Etoundi), 195, 197, 197
Masqueraders at a Dogon funerary celebration, 95, 95
maternity figure, 49, 50–51
Mei diguozhuyi cong Feizhou gunchuqu! (US Imperialism, Get Out of Africa!) [Wu Min], 317, 318–19, 319–20
Memento mori (Anonymous), 162–63, 163
Men watching a tug-of-war (Siyah Kalem [Siyah Qalam]), 230–31, 231, 233
metal knife with carved wooden head image, 64–65, 65, 71
Miki Hayakawa, Portrait of a Negro, 355, 356–57
Minoda Genjirō, Yasuke, cover illustration, Kurosuke, by Kurusu Yoshio, 330–31, 331
minstrelry. See “blackface”
Mi’rajnama (“Book of Ascension”), 217, 218–19, 219
Miss L. R. Williams . . . (St. John), 146–47, 147–48
Mirza Muhammad Hakim with Hajji Yaqut Beg (Farrukh Beg), 280, 280–81
Mofokeng, Santu, Slides 51/80 and 52/80 (black and white slide projection, installation, 206–7, 207
Mohammad Khan III (Nawab Sidi of Janjira), 257, 292, 292
Morimura, Yasumasa, Portrait (Futago), 372, 372–73
mortuary/funerary objects. See funerary/mortuary objects
mother/motherhood and children: D’mba (Nimba) shoulder mask, 51, 51–52, 59–60
figures of woman and child, 62, 62–63
maternity figure, 49, 50–51
mother and child, 62–63, 62–64
staff, 41–42, 42, 60, 61, 69, 70
US Imperialism, Get Out of Africa! (Mei diguozhuyi cong Feizhou gunchuqu!) [Wu Min], 317, 318–19, 319–20. See also children
Moya Yanso, 136–37, 139
Mthethwa, Zwelethu, Untitled, 210, 211, 212
Muhammad, Prophet, 217, 218–19, 219
Muhammad Adil Shah of Bijapur, Sultan, 257, 287–88, 288–89
Multi-headed and Multi-mouthed Mask Able to Gobble Up Anything in His Way (Strother), 98, 99, 100
Murad, Shah Jahan honoring Muslim theologians, 258, 271, 273
Mu Ruisen, 320, 320–21
Muscovy, grand duke of, 326–27, 327, 332–33, 332–38
Musician, A, 280, 280–81
Musicians and chorus at the Okumkpa performance, 127–29, 128–29
musicians/musical instruments: An African musician (Odano Naotake [attrib.]), 338–39, 340
A black man playing a stringed instrument while an onlooker claps his hands (Siyah Kalem [Siyah Qalam]), 238, 239
Mangbetu harp, 30–31, 31–32
A musician, 280, 280–81
Musicians and chorus at the Okumkpa performance, 127–29, 128–29
Rao Lakhpatji in procession, 216, 216–17, 261
A ruler serenaded by black musicians, 225, 226–27
Wall painting, City Palace, Jamnagar, 258, 271, 278
Mwaash aMbooy, 111, 112–13, 113
Mwangi, Ingrid, Static Drift, 194–95, 196–97
Nawab Ibrahim Khan II of Sachin, 257, 292, 292–93
Nawab Sidi Mohammad Khan III of Janjira (Rahamin), 257, 292, 292
Nawab Sidi Muhammad Haidar Khan of Sachin, 262, 262–63
ndako gboya (“witch-hunting”) masqueraders, 114–15, 114–15
ndoli jowei masquerade and Sande Society officials, 109–11, 110–11
Négritude movement: African Spirits series (Fosso), 190, 190–91, 192–93, 193
The Royal Couple (Couple Royale) [Tall], 172, 172–73, 174
Women’s Revolt (Okeke), 169–70, 170–71
Negus of Abyssinia receives the Meccan envoys, The, 223, 223–25
Nhlengethwa, Sam, It left him cold—the death of Steve Biko, 203, 203
Nigerian Vogue (Udé), 193–94, 194–95
Nimba (D’mba) shoulder mask, 51, 51–52, 59–60
Nkondi (Power Figure), 59, 66–68, 67
nomadic life: Disarmament Series (Okudzeto), 199, 199–200
Men watching a tug-of-war (Siyah Kalem [Siyah Qalam]), 230–31, 231, 233
Two dervishes (Siyah Kalem [Siyah Qalam]), 236–37, 237
Noose, The (aka Lynching) [Ishigaki], 360–62, 362–63
Oba (King) Erediauwa at Ugie Erha Oba, 82, 82–83
Obama, Barack, 324, 324
Obamao (Anonymous), 324, 324
Oba Ovonramwen Nogbaisi, King, 164, 165, 166
ochre tablet, incised, 20, 21, 21
Odano Naotake (attrib.), An African musician, 338–39, 340
Officer and a Black Man, An (Kojima Matajir), (344–45), 344–46
Ogun, “god of iron,” an epa-type mask, 123, 123
Okeke, Uche, Women’s Revolt, 169–70, 170–71
okoroshi-oma with cross-dressing attendant, 126–27, 126–27
Okudzeto, Senam, Disarmament Series, 199, 199–200
Old black man, An (Siyah Kalem [Siyah Qalam]), 240, 241
Old Man, the Medal, and the Statue, The (Camara), 178–79, 178–79
Ougooué Lambaréné—Jeunes Filles (Ogowe River, Lambarene, Young Girls) [Khalilou], 158–59, 159
Ore (god), 38, 38–39, 42
Ottoman sultan, 326–27, 327, 332–33, 332–38
Our Divine Troops to the Rescue (Shinpei no kyūshutsu itaru) [Tsuguharu], 353–55, 354–55
Owusu-Ankomah, Kwesi, Go for It Stars, 200–201, 200–201
Pair of Chiwara antelope masks, A, 31, 34–35, 35
Patterson, Haywood, 359–60, 360–61
Payag (?), An Abyssinian retainer of Rustam Khan, 270, 270–71, 271
Pei, Lady, 302, 302–3
Pende masquerade at Ngashi, 98, 98–99
Perry, Matthew, (343), 343–44
Philip III (king of Spain), 326–27, 327, 332–37
photographers and filmmakers, African: Acquah III King of Winnebah [now Simpa] (Anonymous), 159, 163, 164
African Spirits series (Fosso), 190, 190–91, 192–93, 193
Borom Sarret (Sembéne), 174–75, 174–75
Bundu girls in dancing costume, Mendi country (Lisk-Carew), 156, 157, 158
A Calabar Chief (Anonymous), 141, 142–43, 163, 188, 190
carte de visite, back of (Joaque), 148–49, 148–49
Le chef (celui qui vendit l’Afrique aux colons) [The Chief Who Sold Africa to the Colonists] (Fosso), 188, 189, 190
The Chief Steward Julu, & one of the pantry boys named Assimo off duty. Out on the marn (marina?) [Green], 152, 152–53
Chief Tom West in Perry Dress standing, Buguma 1900 (Green), 160–61, 161, 163
Chr. Afari (Lutterodt), 153–54, 154
Diary of a Victorian Dandy (Shonibare), 185–87, 186–87
Every Moment Counts (Fani-Kayode), 184, 184–85
High Life in Badagry (Holm), 154–55, 154–55
King of Benin. Oba Ovonramwen Nogbaisi aboard the S.S. Ivy . . . (Green), 164, 165, 166
The Lady & the Maid (Tuggar), 197–98, 198–99
Libreville (Gabon)—Photographe—Diplôme 1906–1907 (Khalilou), 158–59, 159
Memento mori (Anonymous), 162–63, 163
Miss L. R. Williams . . . (Barleycorn), 146–47, 147–48
Nigerian Vogue (Udé), 193–94, 194–95
The Old Man, the Medal, and the Statue (Camara), 178–79, 178–79
Ougooué Lambarene—Jeunes Filles (Ogowe River, Lambarene, Young Girls) [Khalilou], 158–59, 159
Portrait of a girl before entering seclusion (Anonymous), 161, 162–63
section of Lord Byron’s Drawing Room (Donkor), 187, 188–89
Static Drift (Mwangi), 194–95, 196–97
Untitled portrait (King of New Calabar, possibly Amachree IV) [Joaque], 149, 150–51, 152, 161, 163
Untitled portrait of a woman and child (Decker), 146–47, 146–47
Untitled portrait of Beverly Page Yates (Washington), 144–45, 144–46
White Bouquet (Fani-Kayode), 183, 183–84
White Ebony (Etoundi), 195, 197, 197
Picnic at the Chaussé (Pique-nique à la Chaussée) [Sidibé], 166, 175, 177, 178
Portrait (Futago) [Morimura], 372, 372–73
Portrait mask of Moya Yanso, 136–37, 139
Portrait of a girl before entering seclusion (Anonymous), 161, 162–63
Portrait of a Negro (Hayakawa), 355, 356–57
Portrait of Hua Guo Envoy (Anonymous), 296, 296–97
Portrait of Lang Ya Xiu Envoy (Anonymous), 297, 298
Portuguese Ships in Japanese and Foreign Harbors (Kano Naizen), 328, 329, (329), 330
Pourquoi ai-je signé un contrat? (Why Did I Sign a Contract?) [Samba], 182–83, 182–83
Prempeh I, King, 156, 164–65, 164–65
Prince being entertained in the women’s quarters while the men feast outside the walls, A, 267, 268–69
prisoners: Black men in a fight, 228, 228–29
Joseph bathing in the Nile, 258, 258–59
A woman approaching a bound black man who is asleep, 228, 229, 230
prostitutes: Baby-chan (Koganechō) [Tokiwa Toyoko], 367–68, 368
Portrait (Futago) [Morimura], 372, 372–73
Pygmy, Bwoom mask referencing a, 33, 34, 42, 45
race relations, African American: Bonus March (Ishigaki), 362–63, 364–65
Death (Lynched Figure) [Noguchi], 356, 358, 358, 358–59
Ku Klux Klan (aka South USA or In the South) [Ishigaki], 361–62, 363
Lynching (aka Noose) [Ishigaki]), 360–62, 362–63
Scottsboro Boys (Noda), 359–60, 360–61
Rahamin, S. Fyzee, Nawab Sidi Mohammad Khan III of Janjira, 257, 292, 292
Rainbow Series #1 and #10 (Breitz), 207–8, 208
Ramesses II receiving gifts, 23, 23
ram of Amun, King Taharqa with, 31, 45, 45
Ramphele, Mamphela, 203, 204–5, 205
Rao Desalji holding court, 274–75, 275–76
Rao Lakhpatji: holding court, 276–77, 277
in procession, 216, 216–17, 261
reembodied elder hidden within the costume (ekuoba), Ebira, 121–22, 122–23
religious life: Bilal the Abyssinian giving the call to prayer, 246, 246–47
Dancing shamans, 236, 237
Mi’rajnama (“Book of Ascension”), 217, 218–19, 219
Shah Jahan honoring Muslim theologians (Murad), 258, 271, 273
Two dervishes (Siyah Kalem [Siyah Qalam]), 236–37, 237
reliquary figures and objects: Bieri figure, 41, 41–42, 42, 46, 52
reliquary object, 75, 76, 77
Ren Xiong, Illustration of The Kunlun Slave, 314, 314
rites of passage: Bamana ntomo mask, 104–5, 105–6
Bundu girls in dancing costume, Mendi country (Lisk-Carew), 156, 157, 158
Gold Coast—Fantee women (Johnston), 156, 160–61, 161
Ivory “skull,” 130–31, 131–32
Memento mori (Anonymous), 162–63, 163
Portrait of a girl before entering seclusion (Anonymous), 161, 162–63
Roberts, David, Ethiopian slave caravan, 7, 7, 10
rock art, 24–25, 25–26, 26–27
Royal Couple, The (Couple Royale) [Tall], 172, 172–73, 174
royal crown, 83, 84–85, 85
Ruler serenaded by black musicians, A, 225, 226–27
Ruler with subjects (egyptian scultpure), 3, 3
Rustam Khan, 270, 270–71, 271
sailors, 355–56, 356–57
Black Ship and Crew (Jōkisenzu naminorikumi jinbutsu) [Anonymous], (343), 343–44
At the Chop Suey Restaurant (Shimizu), 355–56, 357
An Officer and a Black Man (Kojima Matajir), (344–45), 344–46
Yokosuka, from the series Chewing Gum and Chocolate (Tōmatsu Shōmei), 368–69, 368–69
Salo Baki, Sibondel, 117, 118
Samba, Chéri, Why Did I Sign a Contract? (Pourquoi ai-je signé un contrat?), 182–83, 182–83
Sande Society officials and ndoli jowei masquerade, 109–11, 110–11
Sawada, Tomoko, from the series Cover, 373, 373
Scottsboro Boys (Noda), 359–60, 360–61
Searle, Berni, Colour Me series: Brown, 208–9, 208–10
Red, 208–9, 208–10
White, 208–9, 208–10
Yellow, 208–9, 208–10
seated female (Jo/Gwan) figure, 56, 56–57, 60
self-portraits/self-representation: African Spirits series (Fosso), 190, 190–91, 192–93, 193
Le chef (celui qui vendit l’Afrique aux colons) [The Chief Who Sold Africa to the Colonists] (Fosso), 188, 189, 190
Diary of a Victorian Dandy (Shonibare), 185–87, 186–87
Jahangir receiving Prince Khurram (Balchand), 257, 280–81, 282–83
Libreville (Gabon)—Photographe-Diplôme 1906–1907 (Khalilou), 158–59, 159
Portrait (Futago) [Morimura], 372, 372–73
A South African Colouring Book (Jantjes), 201, 202–3, 203
Why Did I Sign a Contract? (Pourquoi ai-je signé un contrat?) [Samba], 182–83, 182–83
Sembène, Ousmane, Borom Sarret, 174–75, 174–75
servants, men: female and male African servant figurines excavated from the tomb of Lady Pei, 302, 302–3
Khubilai Khan Hunting (Liu Guandao [attrib.]), 307, 308–9, (309), 309–10, 311
Portuguese Ships in Japanese and Foreign Harbors (Kano Naizen), 328, 329, (329), 330
Rao Lakhpatji in procession, 216, 216–17, 261
Taishōkan legend illustration (Anonymous), 330, (330)
servants, women: female and male African servant figurines excavated from the tomb of Lady Pei, 302, 302–3
The Lady & the Maid (Tuggar), 197–98, 198–99
Our Divine Troops to the Rescue (Shinpei no kyūshutsu itaru) [Tsuguharu], 353–55, 354–55
Portrait (Futago) [Morimura], 372, 372–73
Sultan Ghiyas ad-din Shah Khalji of Malwa (Mandu) and his maidservants, 256, 257
Shah Jahan honoring Muslim theologians (Murad), 258, 271, 273
Shinpei no kyūshutsu itaru (Our Divine Troops to the Rescue) [Tsuguharu], 353–55, 354–55
Shonibare, Yinka, Diary of a Victorian Dandy, 185–87, 186–87
Sibondel (Salo Baki), 117, 118
Sidibé, Malick, Picnic at the Chaussé (Pique-nique à la Chaussée), 166, 175, 177, 178
Sidi Dhammal, The (Juma), 293, 294
Sierra Leone—Freetown—King Prempeh with his Parents and Chiefs of Ashantee as Political Prisoners in Sierra Leone (Johnston), 156, 164–65, 164–65
Silinga, Annie, 203, 204–5, 205
Sisi Nurse (Aina Onabolu), 168, 168–69
Siyah Kalem (Siyah Qalam): A black man playing a stringed instrument while an onlooker claps his hands, 238, 239
A black woman flanked by two men, 232–33, 233, 235
Men watching a tug-of-war, 230–31, 231, 233
An old black man, 240, 241
Three old men, 235, 235–36
Three seated black men, 234–35, 235
Two dervishes, 236–37, 237
Two men and an old woman, 238, 238–39
Slave market, A, 221, 222–23, 223
slaves: altarpiece representing King Ewuakpe, 22–23, 36–37, 38, 39
Black demons (devils) [Anonymous], 312, 312
A black man beating a horse, 236, 236–37
Chinese Men of the Tang Buying Foreign Slaves (Chen Xu), 303–5, 304
Coptic textile (Jambière historiée), 219–20, 220
Ethiopian slave caravan (Roberts), 7, 7, 10
Group of Starving African Men and Boys Removed to the Royal Navy Ship Daphne from
a Captured Dhow (Sullivan), 9, 10–11
Khubilai Khan Hunting (Liu Guandao [attrib.]), 307, 308–9, (309), 309–10, 311
The Kunlun Slave illustration (Ren Xiong), 314, 314
Lumumba Makes His Famous Speech (Tshibumba Kanda-Matulu), 180–81, 181, 203
Malay-Negrito youth figurine, 298–99, 298–99, 301–2
panel of The Emancipation of the Negro Slaves (Ishigaki), 365–66, 365–66
A slave market 221, 222–23, 223
Slides 51/80 and 52/80 (black and white slide projection, installation) [Mofokeng], 206–7, 207
Slip Painted Bowl (figural), 220–21, 220–21
sogo bò performance of the buffalo . . . , 117–18, 118–19
soldiers/warfare: age-grade mask, 104, 104
Alexander defeats the Zangis, 257, 266–67, 267
Allah-wirdi Khan receiving petitions (Anonymous), 270–71, 272
altar ring, 72–73, 73, 75
Atwonzen (Trophy Head), 78, 78–79
Baby-chan (Koganechō) [Tokiwa Toyoko], 367–68, 368
The Bariba Man (Ibadan Man) at the festival of ecane, 102, 102–3
Benin head, 48, 48–49
Black men in a fight, 228, 228–29
Bonus March (Ishigaki), 362–63, 364–65
brass plaque, 80, 80–81, 82
Chief Tom West in Perry Dress standing, Buguma 1900 (Green), 160–61, 161, 163
Coptic textile (Jambière historiée), 219–20, 220
crest mask, 76–77, 77–78
A crowd paying their respects to Akbar (Dharm Das), 258, 260, 260–61
The death of Khan Jahan Lodi (Abid), 278, 278–79
Dignitaries at the enthronement of Jahangir (Abu’l-Hasan), 260–61, 260–61
Foreign Kings on Horseback (Anonymous), 332–33, 332–38, (334–35)
funerary screen, 68, 73, 85, 85, 161
gold head of Worosa, 46, 48–49
Gu, war god (Akati Adpele Kendo), 46, 46–47, 48, 49
Hot Days in Okinawa, from the series (Ishikawa Mao), 370–71, 371
Jahangir shooting at the head of Malik Ambar (Abu’l-Hasan), 248, 250–51, 284
King of Benin. Oba Ovonramwen Nogbaisi aboard the S.S. Ivy . . . (Green), 164, 165, 166
male figure, 73, 74
Malik Ambar (Hashim) [ca. 1620–1630], 257, 281, 283–85, 284
The Old Man, the Medal, and the Statue (Camara), 178–79, 178–79
Our Divine Troops to the Rescue (Shinpei no kyūshutsu itaru) [Tsuguharu], 353–55, 354–55
Rao Lakhpatji holding court, 276–77, 277
Rao Lakhpatji in procession, 216, 216–17, 261
royal crown, 83, 84–85, 85
Station Duty (Chūryū kinmu) [Yoshio], 366–67, 367
A troop of mounted men, 277–78, 278
Wall painting, City Palace, Jamnagar, 258, 271, 278
war medicine container (kakwo), 78, 78–79
Son (sculptor in Liberia), 133, 137
South African Colouring Book, A (Jantjes), 201, 202–3, 203
South USA (Ku Klux Klan aka In the South) [Ishigaki], 361–62, 363
staff, 41–42, 42, 60, 61, 69, 70
Staff (nkawa wa nganga), 56, 57, 57, 67
Static Drift (Mwangi), 194–95, 196–97
Station Duty (Chūryū kinmu) [Yoshio], 366–67, 367
St. John, Shadrack Albert, Miss L. R. Williams of Fernando Po, daughter of Pennua Barleycorn, 146–47, 147–48
“Stone of Hope” of the Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial (Lei Yixin), 322–23, 323–24
Strother, Z. S., Multi-headed and Multi-mouthed Mask Able to Gobble Up Anything in His Way, 98, 99, 100
studios, African photographic: Acquah III King of Winnebah [now Simpa] (Anonymous), 159, 163, 164
Chief Tom West in Perry Dress standing, Buguma 1900 (Green), 160–61, 161, 163
Ougooué Lambaréné—Jeunes Filles (Ogowe River, Lambarene, Young Girls) [Khalilou], 158–59, 159
Untitled portrait (king of New Calabar, possibly Amachree IV), 149, 150–51, 152, 161, 163
Untitled portrait of a woman and child (Decker), 146–47, 146–47. See also photographers and filmmakers, African
subjects with ruler (egyptian sculpture), 3, 3
Sule (schoolboy), “Joway of Nagazi” (Ijoweyi, or John Wayne), 96–97, 97
Sullivan, George L., Group of Starving African Men and Boys Removed to the Royal Navy Ship Daphne from a Captured Dhow, 9, 10–11
Sultan Ghiyas ad-din Shah Khalji of Malwa (Mandu) and his maidservants, 256, 257
Sultan in his garden, A, 270, 274, 274
Sur Das, Itimad Khan submits to Akbar, 258, 261, 271, 272
Susenyos I (emperor of Ethiopia), 326–27, 327, 332–33, 332–38, (334–35)
tablet, incised ochre, 20, 21, 21
Taharqa, King, with the ram of Amun, 31, 45, 45
Taishōkan legend illustration (Anonymous), 330, (330)
Taiwo, Chief Daniel, 94, 94–95
Tall, Papa Ibra, The Royal Couple (Couple Royale), 172, 172–73, 174
Tartar khan, 326–27, 327, 332–33, 332–38
Terracotta figure, 27, 28
Terracotta head, 30, 31
Three old men (Siyah Kalem [Siyah Qalam]), 235, 235–36
Three seated black men (Siyah Kalem [Siyah Qalam]), 234–35, 235
Thunder god, Amadioha, and the earth goddess, Ale, The, 23, 34–35, 35–36
Tokiwa Toyoko, Baby-chan (Koganechō), 367–68, 368
Tōmatsu Shōmei, Yokosuka, from the series Chewing Gum and Chocolate, 368–69, 368–69
Tomb painting of Ahmenotep III, 23, 23
Toshi Shimizu, At the Chop Suey Restaurant, 355–56, 357
Tribute Bearers (Ren Bowen [attrib.]), 310–11, 310–11
Troop of mounted men, A, 277–78, 278
Trophy Head (Atwonzen), 78, 78–79
Tshibumba Kanda-Matulu: Colonie Belge: Under Belgian Rule, 180, 180
Lumumba Makes His Famous Speech, 180–81, 181, 203
Tsuguharu, Fujita, Our Divine Troops to the Rescue (Shinpei no kyūshutsu itaru), 353–55, 354–55
Tuggar, Fatimah, The Lady & the Maid, 197–98, 198–99
Turner, Nat, 365–66, 365–66
twins, Ibeji honoring, 42, 42–43
Two dervishes (Siyah Kalem [Siyah Qalam]), 236–37, 237
Two men and an old woman (Siyah Kalem [Siyah Qalam]), 238, 238–39
Two men conversing, 238, 240, 240–41
Udé, Iké, Nigerian Vogue, 193–94, 194–95
Unknown artist in the style of Chéri Samba, L’Heure de la Démocratie en Afrique, 38–39, 39
Untitled (Mthethwa), 210, 211, 212
Untitled portrait (King of New Calabar, possibly Amachree IV) [Joaque], 149, 150–51, 152, 161, 163
Untitled portrait of a woman and child (Decker), 146–47, 146–47
Untitled portrait of Beverly Page Yates (Washington), 144–45, 144–46
US Imperialism, Get Out of Africa! (Mei diguozhuyi cong Feizhou gunchuqu!) [Wu Min], 317, 318–19, 319–20
Wajid Ali Shah, Nawab of Awadh, 257, 290, 290–91
Wall painting, City Palace, Jamnagar, 258, 271, 278
Warby, William, Maasai woman carrying her baby . . . , 22, 23
War Drums on the Equator (Chidao zhangu) [Li Huang and others], 320–21, 321
war medicine container (kakwo), 78, 78–79
Washington, Augustus, Untitled portrait of Beverly Page Yates, 144–45, 144–46
Wayne, John (Ijoweyi or “Joway of Nagazi”), 96–97, 97
Weile duli, ziyou! (For Independence and Freedom!) [Zhan Jianjun], 316, 316–17
West, Chief Tom, 160–61, 161
White Bouquet (Fani-Kayode), 183, 183–84
Why Did I Sign a Contract? (Pourquoi ai-je signé un contrat?) [Samba], 182–83, 182–83
Williams, Miss L. R. (Barleycorn), 146–47, 147–48
Williamson, Sue, A Few South African Women, 203, 204–5, 205
“witch-hunting” (ndako gboya) masqueraders, 114–15, 114–15
woman with a horned headdress, 25, 26, 26–27, 45
Women’s Revolt (Okeke), 169–70, 170–71
World map (Blaeu), 326–27, 327, 332–37
World map with varities of mankind (Anonymous), 328, 328, 332, 344
Worosa, Chief, 46, 48–49
wrestlers, Nubian, 32, 32–33, 33
Wu Min, US Imperialism, Get Out of Africa! (Mei diguozhuyi cong Feizhou gunchuqu!), 317, 318–19, 319–20
Yaqut Beg, Hajji (Khwaja Yaqut), 280, 280–81
Yasmin Mahal, wife of Nawab Wajid Ali Shah of Awadh, 257, 290, 290–91
Yasuke (Minoda Genjirō), cover illustration, Kurosuke, by Kurusu Yoshio, 330–31, 331
Yates, Beverly Page, 144–45, 144–46
Yokosuka, from the series Chewing Gum and Chocolate (Tōmatsu Shōmei), 368–69, 368–69
Yoshida Ruiko, Image from Harlem: Black Angels, 369–70, 370–71
Yoshio, Nakamura, Station Duty (Chūryū kinmu), 366–67, 367
Zangis, 257, 266–67, 267
Zhan Jianjun, For Independence and Freedom! (Weile duli, ziyou!), 316, 316–17
Zulu (child of Harlem), 369–70, 370–71
Zumurrud Shah, 257–58, 258