Committee on Ethnicity, Race, Culture, Class and Language (CERCCL)


NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy & Psychoanalysis

 

CERCCL Mission Statement 

Mission: Facilitate engagement with matters of ethnicity, race, culture, class and language, both clinically and theoretically, in the Postdoctoral program.

Purpose: Consultation with the program’s Executive Committee and Senate as to readings, faculty appointments, and matters of training, including curriculum, colloquia, conferences,

and other events within the program as well as the Scholarship, Recruitment and Admission Committees.


"Microaggressions" - Prepared by the Postdoctoral Committee on Ethnicity, Race, Culture, Class, & Language (CERCCL)

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CERCCL WORKING BIBLIOGRAPHY

(Edited: February, 2011)

 

 

Psychoanalytic, Family Systems, Public Health, Cultural Analysis, Historical, Non-fiction, & Fiction Perspectives

PART I - Psychoanalysis, Family Systems, Psychotherapy, Pubic Health

A.  Journal Articles/Book chapters
 

Adams, C. J. (2005). Poor African American fathers: An evolutionary perspective. Journal of Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 4(4), 378-407.

Adams, C. J. (2007). Respect and reputation: The construction of masculinity in poor African American men. Journal of African American Studies, 11(3/4), 157-172.

Adams, M. V. (2009). The Sable Venus on the middle passage: Images of the transatlantic slave trade. In G. Heuer (Ed.), Sacral revolutions: A festschrift for Andrew Samuels. London & New York: Routledge.

Adams, M. V. (2006). The Islamic cultural unconscious in the dreams of a contemporary Muslim man. Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice 8(1), 31-40.

Adams, M. V. (2004a). Dreaming of the Ku Klux Klan: 'Race,' culture, and history in psychoanalysis. In M. Fordham & S. H. Read (Eds), The fantasy principle: Psychoanalysis of the imagination (pp. 131-148). Hove & New York: Brunner-Routledge,

Adams, M. V. (2004b). Jung, Africa, and the 'Geopathology' of Europe: Psychic place and displacement. In M. Fordham & S. H. Read (Eds.), The fantasy principle: Psychoanalysis of the imagination (pp. 149-168). Hove & New York: Brunner-Routledge,.

Adams, M. V. (2001). African-American dreaming and 'The Lion in the Path': Racism and the cultural unconscious. In H. Covitz (Ed), The mythological unconscious (pp. 105-153). New York & London: Karnac.

Adams, M. V. (1997) Desegregating the White ego: Racism and the ethic of White civilization. Spring, 62, 87-103.

Akhtar, S. (1995). A third immigration, identity and the psychoanalytic process. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 43, 1051-1084.

Akhtar, S. (2000). Mental pain and the cultural ointment of poetry. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 81, 221-243.

Akhtar, S. (2006). Technical challenges faced by the immigrant psychoanalyst. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, LXXV(1), 21-43.

Altman, N. (1999)  Psychoanalytic perspectives on clinical work in the inner city.  In M. Eagle, H. Kaley, D. Wolitzky, D. (Eds.), Psychoanalysis as health care. Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press.

Altman, N. (2000) Black and White thinking: A psychoanalyst reconsiders race. Psychoanalytic Dialogues 10(4), 589-606.   (July/August 2000, with response to commentaries by Philip Cushman, Ph.D. & Janice Gump, Ph.D.)

Altman, N. (2004). History repeats itself in transference and countertransference. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 14(6), 807-815.

Altman, N. (2006). Toward the acceptance of human similarity and difference: The conundrum of race.  In J.C. Muran (Ed.), Dialogues on difference: Studies in diversity in the therapeutic relationship. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association Press.

Altman, N. (2006). Whiteness. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, LXXV(1), 45-71.

Apprey, M. (2006). Difference and the awakening of wounds in intercultural psychoanalysis. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, LXXV(1), 73-93.

Apprey, M. (2003). Repairing history: Reworking transgenerational trauma. In D. Moss (Ed.), Hating in the first person plural: Psychoanalytic essays on racism, homophobia, misogyny, and terror (pp.3-27). NY: Other Press.

Aron, L. & Putnam, J. (2006). Commentary: Tapping the multiplicity of self-other relationships. In J.C. Muran (Ed.), Dialogues on difference: Studies in diversity in the therapeutic relationship (pp. 64-72). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association Press.

Bass, A. (2003). Historical and unconscious trauma: Racism and psychoanalysis. In D. Moss (Ed.), Hating in the first person plural: Psychoanalytic essays on racism, homophobia, misogyny, and terror (pp. 29-43). NY: Other Press.

Bebbington, P. (1993). Transcultural aspects of affective disorders. International Review of Psychiatry, 5, 145-156.

Borstner, J., Bucar, M., Makovek, M., Burck, C., & Daniel, G. (2005). Co-constructing a cross-cultural course: Resisting and replicating colonizing practices. Family Process, 44(1), 121-131.

Botticelli, S. (2007). Return of the repressed: Class in psychoanalytic process. In M. Suchet, A. Harris, & L. Aron, (Eds.), Relational psychoanalysis. Volume 3. New voices (pp.121-134). Mahwah, NJ: The Analytic Press.

Brondolo, E., Rieppi, R., Kelly, K. P., & Gerin, W. (2003). Perceived racism and blood pressure: A review of the literature and conceptual and methodological critique. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 25, 55-65.

Burton, L. & Snyder, A. (1998). The invisible man revisited: Comments on the life course, history and men’s role in American families. In A. Booth & A. C. Couter (Eds.), Men in families (pp. 31-39). NJ: Erlbaum.

Bushra, A., Khadivi, A., &  Frewat-Nikowitz, S. (2007). History, custom and the Twin Towers; Challenges in adapting psychotherapy to Middle Eastern culture in the United States. In J.C. Muran (Ed.), Dialogues on difference: Studies in diversity in the therapeutic relationship (pp.221-235). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association Press.

Chamorro, R. (2003). From the other side: Countertransference in Spanish-speaking dyads. Journal for the Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society, 8(1), 84-87.

Connell, R. W. (2002). The history of masculinity. In R. Adams & D. Savran (Eds.), The masculinity reader (pp. 245-261). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, Ltd.

Cushman, P. (2000). White guilt, political activity, and the analyst. Commentary on paper by Neil Altman. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 10, 607-618.

De Vito, E., Novick, J., Novick, K, K. (2000). Cultural Interferences with listening to adolescents. Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 2, 77-100.  (with Levy-Warren commentary).

DeVos, G. (1982) Adaptive strategies in US minorities. In E.E. Jones & S.J. Korchin (Eds.), Minority mental health (pp.74-117). NY: Praeger.

Dyer, R. (2002). The matter of Whiteness. In P. Rothenberg (Ed.), White privilege, (pp. 9-14). NY: Worth Publishers.

Eng, D. & Han, S. (2000).  A dialogue on racial melancholia. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 10, 667-700.

Eng, D. & Han, S. (2007). Transnational adoptional and racial transference. In M. Suchet, A. Harris, & L. Aron, (Eds.), Relational psychoanalysis. Volume 3. New voices (pp.151-174). Mahwah, NJ: The Analytic Press.

Falicov, C. (1995). Training to think culturally: A multidimensional comparative framework. Family Process, 34, 373-388.

Fairfield, S., Layton, L., & Stack, C. (2002). Introduction: Culture and couch. In S. Fairfield, L. Layton, & C. Stack, (Eds.), Bringing the plague: Toward a postmodern psychoanalysis (pp.1-31). New York, NY: Other Press.

Fine, M., Burns, A., Torre, M. E., & Payne, Y. (2007). How class matters: The geography of educational desire and despair in schools and courts. In L. Weis (Ed.), The way class works: Readings on school, family and the economy (pp. 225-243). New York: Routledge.

Fowers, B. J. & Davidov, B. J. (2006). The virtue of multiculturalism.  American Psychologist, 61, 581-594.

Grand, S. (2007). Maternal surveillance: Disrupting the rhetoric of war. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society, 12, 305-322.

Gump, J. (2000). A white therapist, an African American patient – shame in the therapeutic dyad. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 10, 619-632.

Hardy, K. (1995). The cultural genogram: Key to training culturally competent family therapists. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 21(3), 227-237.

Hartman, S. (2007). Class unconscious: From dialectical materialism to relational material. In M. Suchet, A. Harris, & L. Aron, (Eds.), Relational psychoanalysis. Volume 3. New voices (pp.209-226) Mahwah, NJ: The Analytic Press.

Herron, W. G. (1995). The development of the ethnic unconscious. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 12(4), 521-532.

Hollander, N. (2006). Psychoanalysis and the problem of the bystander in times of terror. In L. Layton, N. Hollander, & S. Gutwill (Eds.), Psychoanalysis, class and politics: Encounters in the clinical setting (pp. 154-65). NY: Routledge.

Holmes, D. (1992). Race and transference in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 73, 1-11.

Holmes, D. (2006). The wreaking effects of race and social class on self and success. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, LXXV(1), 215-235.

Hurd, E., Moore, C., & Rodgers, R. (1995) Quiet success: Parenting strengths among African Americans. Families in Society, 76(7), 434-443

Javier, R. A. (1989). Linguistic considerations in the treatment of bilinguals. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 6, 87-96.

Javier, R. A. (1996). Psychodynamic treatment with the urban poor. In R. M. Perez Foster, M. Moskowitz & R. A. Javier (Eds.), Reaching across boundaries of culture and class (pp 93-113). Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, Inc.

Javier, R. A. (1996). In search of repressed memories in bilingual individuals. In R.M. Perez Foster, M. Moskowitz, & R.A. Javier.  Reaching across boundaries of culture and class (pp. 225-241). Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, Inc.

Javier, R. A., Herron, W. G., & Yanos, P. T. (1998). Urban poverty, ethnicity, and personality development. In R. A Javier & W. G. Herron (Eds.), Personality development and psychotherapy in our diverse society: A source book (pp.122-138). Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, Inc

Javier, R. A. & Moskowitz, M. (2002). Introduction: Notes from the trenches. (co-editors, special section: underserved populations). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 19, 144-148.

Javier, R. A. & Rendon, M. (1995). The ethnic unconscious and its role in transference, resistance, and countertransference. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 12, 513-520.

Javier, R. A. & Yussef, M. (1998). A Latino perspective on the role of ethnicity in the development of moral values:  Implications for psychoanalytic theory and practice. Journal of American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 23(1), 79-97.

Kitayama, O. (1998). Transience: its beauty and danger. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 79, 937-942.

Keinman, A. (1987). Culture and clinical reality: Commentary on "culture-bound syndromes” and international disease classifications. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, 11(1), 49-52.

Kovel, J. (2000). Reflections on White racism. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 10, 579-587.

Laungani, P. (1997). Replacing client-centered counseling with culture-centered counseling. Counseling Psychology Quarterly, 10, 343-351.

Layton, L. (2006). Racial identities, racial enactments, and normative unconscious processes. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, LXXV(1),  237-269.

Leary, K. (1995). Interpreting in the dark. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 12, 127-140.

Leary, K. (1997).  Race, self-disclosure, and “forbidden talk”: Race and ethnicity in contemporary clinical practice.  Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 66, 163-189.

Leary, K. (2000). Racial enactments in dynamic treatment. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 10, 639-654.

Leary, K. (2006). In the eye of the storm. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, LXXV(1), 345-363.

Leary, K. (2007). Racial insult and repair. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 17(4), 539-550.

Leary, K. &  Smith, H. (Eds.). (2006). Race, culture and ethnicity in the consulting room. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, LXXV(1), 1-364.

Levy-Warren, M. (1994). Child‘s play amidst chaos. Imago, 51(3), 359-368.

Levy-Warren, M. (1996) Mature ethnocultural identity: Leaving home, belonging, finding a place. In M. H. Levy-Warren (Ed), The adolescent journey (pp. 131-149). Northvale NJ: Jason Aronson.

Lijtmaer, R. (1999). Language shift in bilinguals: Transference and countertransference implications. Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 27(4), 611-624.

Lijtmaer, R. (2001). Countertransference and ethnicity: The analyst’s psychic change. Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 29(1), 73-84.

Long, W., Farr, C. (1991). Lost and found: Reflections on identity and success from six Black men. Urban Education, 26(3), 310-326.

Macintosh, P. (1998). White Privilege: Unpacking the invisible backpack.  In: Revisioning family therapy: Race, culture and gender in clinical practice (pp. 147-153). NY: Guilford.

Martin, J. & Sugarman, J. (2005). Between the modern and the postmodern: The possibility of self and progressive understanding in psychology. American Psychologist, 4, 397-406.

Maton, K. & Hrabowski III, F. (1998). Preparing the way: A qualitative study of high achieving African American males and the role of the family. American Journal of Community Psychology, 26(4), 639-668.

McIntosh, P. (2002). White privilege: unpacking the invisible knapsack. In P. Rothenberg (Ed.), White privilege (pp. 97-101). NY: Worth Publishers.

Montague, D., Magai, C., Consedine, N., & Gillespie, M. (2003). Attachment in African American and European American older adults: Early life socialization and religiosity. Attachment & Human Development, 5(2), 188-214.

Morris, D. O. (2003). Race in the analytic situation: Reflections of an African American therapist. In A. Roland, Ulanov & Barbre (Eds.), Creative dissent: Psychoanalysis in evaluation (pp. 186-196). Westport: Praeger.

Morris, D. O. (1998). The supervision of psychotherapy for African-American and culturally diverse patients. In R. A. Javier and W. G. Herron (Eds.), Personality development and psychotherapy in our diverse society (pp  567-595). Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, Inc.

Moskowitz, M. (1995). Ethnicity and the fantasy of ethnicity. Psychoanalytic Psychology 12, 547-556.

Moskowitz, M. (1998). Blackness, ethnicity and the fantasy of ethnicity. In  R. A. Javier & W. G. Herron (Eds.), Personality development and psychotherapy in our diverse society (pp  356-365). Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, Inc.

Moskowitz, M. (2000).  El psicoanálisis en estados unidos: Una perspective política. Topia Revista, 29, 8-9.

Moskowitz, M. (2001).  El psicoanálisis en estados unidos: La Asociación Psicoanalíca Americana. Topia Revista, 31, 6-7.

Moss, D. (2001). On hating in the first person plural:  Thinking psychoanalytically about racism, homophobia, and misogyny. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 49(4), 1315-1334.

Perez-Foster, R. (1996). The bilingual self: Duet in two voices. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 6, 99-121.

Perez-Foster, R. (2001). When immigration is trauma: Guidelines for the individual and family clinician. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 71(2), 153-171.

Pierre, M., Mahalik, J., & Woodland, M. (2001).  The effects of racism, African self-consciousness and psychological functioning on Black masculinity: A historical and social adaptation framework. Journal of African American Men, 6(2), 19-40.

Roland, A. (1996). How universal is the psychoanalytic self? In R. Perez-Foster, M. Moskowitz, &  R. A. Javier (Eds.), Reaching across boundaries of culture and class: Widening the scope of psychotherapy (pp. 71-92). Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, Inc.

Regan, T. (2008). Harold and Uncle Frank. In D. Stern (Ed.), The consulting room and  beyond: Psychoanalytic work and its reverberations in the analyst's life (pp. 89-109). New York: Routledge.

Rieppi, R., Greenhill, L. L., Wu, M., Davies, M., Abikoff, H., Arnold, L. E., Conners, C. K., Elliot, G., Hechtman, L., Hinshaw, S., Hoza, B., Jensen, P., Kraemer, H. C., Newcorn, J., Pelham, W., Severe, J., Swanson, J., Vitiello, B., Wells, K., & Wigal, T. (2002). Socioeconomic status as a moderator of ADHD treatment outcomes. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 41, 269-277.

Ruffin, J. (1989). Stages of adult development in Black, professional women. In R. L. Jones (Ed.), Black adult development and aging (pp. 31-61). Berkeley, CA: Cobb and Henry.

Settlage, C.S. (1972). Cultural Values and the Superego in Late Adolescence. Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 27, 74-92.

Schacter, J. & Butts, B. (1968). Transference and countertransference in interracial analysis. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 16, 792-808.

Sluzki, C. (1979). Migration and family conflict. Family Process, 16(4), 379-390.

Smith, H. (2006). Invisible racism. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, LXXV(1), 3-19.

Snowden, L. (2001). Social embeddedness and psychological well-being among African Americans and Whites. American Journal of Community Psychology, 29(4), 519-535.

Spence, D. P. (1993). The metaphorical nature of psychoanalytic theory. In E. Berman (Ed.), Essential papers on literature and psychoanalysis (pp.102-115). NY: New York University Press.

Spencer, M.B. (1999). Social and cultural influences on school adjustment: The application of an identity focused cultural ecological perspective. Educational Psychologist, 34(1), 43-57.

Straker, G. (2007). A Crisis in the subjectivity of the analyst: The trauma of morality. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 17(2), 153-164.

Straker, G. (2007a). Hybrid identifications, mixed feelings: Reply to commentaries. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 17(2), 189-196.

Strenger, C. (2002). The self as perpetual experiment: Psychodynamic comments on some aspects of contemporary urban culture. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 20(3), 425-440.

Suarez-Orozco, C., Todorova, I., & Louie, J. (2002). Making up for lost time: The experience of separation and reunification among immigrant families. Family Process, 41(4), 625-643.

Suchet, M. (2004).  A relational encounter with race.  Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 14(4), 423-438.

Suchet, M. (2007). Unraveling Whiteness. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 17(6), 867-886.

Suchet, M. (2007). Stained hands: Commentary on paper by Gillian Straker. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 17(2), 165-170.

Tang, N., & Gardner, J. (1999). Race, culture, and psychotherapy. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 68, 1-20.

Thompson, C. (1995). Self-definition by opposition: A consequence of minority status. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 12, 533-545.

Wachtel, P. L. (2000). Mind the gap: A review of William Julius Wilson's "The Bridge over the Racial Divide." Tikkun, 15 (4), 77-79.

Wachtel, P. L. (2000). Psychoanalytic insights into race relations. Psychologist- Psychoanalyst, 3, (Summer 2000), pp. 32-33.

Wachtel, P. L. (2001). Integration: The long hard road to the right destination. In C. Hartman (Ed.), Challenges to equality: Poverty and race in America (pp. 79-81). Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe.

Wachtel, P.L. (2001). Racism, Vicious Circles, and the Psychoanalytic Vision. Psychoanalytic Review, 88, 653-672.

Wachtel, P. L. (2002). Psychoanalysis and the disenfranchised: From therapy to justice. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 19, 199-215.

Wachtel, P.L. (2003). The Roots of Racism: A Psychoanalytic Perspective. Black Renaissance, 5, 45-51.

Wachtel, P.L. (2005). The conflict behind our racial conflict. Poverty and Race, 14 (1), 3.

Wachtel, P. L. (2006). Gautreaux and the vicious circle of racial injustice. In C. Hartman (Ed.), Poverty & race in America: The emerging agendas (pp. 150-152). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Wachtel, P. L. (2007). Talking about racism: How our dialogue gets short-circuited. In G. Colombo, R. Cullen, & B. Lisle (Eds.), Rereading America: Cultural contexts for critical thinking and writing (pp. 541-556).  New York: Bedford/St. Martins.

Wachtel, P. L. (2007). Making invisibility visible: Further reflections on race and gender. In J.C. Muran (Ed.), Dialogues on difference: Studies in diversity in the therapeutic relationship.  Washington, DC: APA Books.

Wachtel, P. L. (2008). Talking about race: Community dialogues and the politics of difference. Political Psychology, 29, 466-469.

Walls, G. (2006). The normative unconscious and the political contexts of change in psychotherapy. In  L. Layton, N. Caro Hollander & S. Gutwill (Eds.), Psychoanalysis, class and politics (pp. 118-128.) NY: Routledge.

Walton, J. (1997). Re-placing race in (White) psychoanalytic discourse: Founding narratives of feminism. Introduction. In E. Abel, B. Christian, & H. Muglen (Eds.), Female subjects in black and white: Race, psychoanalysis, feminism (pp 223-226). Berkeley & Los Angeles, CA: U California Press.

Watts- Jones, D. (1997). Toward an African-American genogram. Family Process, 36, 375-382.

Watt-Jones, D. (2004). The evidence of things seen and not seen: The legacy of race and racism.  Family Process, 43(4), 503-508.

White, C. (2007). Fertile ground at the edge of difference: self, other, and potential space: commentary on paper by Gillian Straker. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 17(2), 171-188.

White, K. (2002). Surviving hating and being hated: Some personal thoughts about racism from a psychoanalytic perspective. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 38, 401-422.

Whitson, G. (1996). Working-class issues.  In R. Perez-Foster, M. Moskowitz, & R. A. Javier (Eds.), Reaching across boundaries of culture and class: Widening the scope of psychotherapy (pp.143-157). Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, Inc.

Williams, D. R. (2003). The health of men: Structural inequalities and opportunities. American Journal of Public Health, 93(5), 724-731.

Yi, K. (1995). Psychoanalytic psychotherapy with Asian clients: Transference and therapeutic considerations.  Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, 32, 308-316.
 

B.  Books

Adams, M. V. (1996). The multicultural imagination: "Race," color, and the unconscious. London & New York: Routledge.

Altman, N. (2009). The analyst in the inner city: Race, class and culture through a psychoanalytic lens (2nd ed.). New York & London: Routledge.

Aponte, H. (1994). Bread and spirit; therapy with the new poor: Diversity of race, culture and values. NY: Norton.

Baldwin, J. (1963). The fire next time. New York: Vintage International.

Blount, M. & Cunningham, G. (Eds). (1996). Representing Black men. Great Britain: Routledge, Inc.

Cheng, A. (2001). The melancholy of race; psychoanalysis, assimilation, and hidden grief. NY: Oxford University Press.

            N.B. See all titles in O.U.P Race and American Culture Series

Dalal, F. (2002). Race, colour & the process of racialization: New perspectives from group analysis, psychoanalysis & sociology. London: Brunner-Routledge.

Dana, R. H. (1993). Multicultural assessment  perspectives for professional psychology. MA: Allyn and Bacon.

Danto, E. (2005). Freud's free clinics: Psychoanalysis and social justice, 1918-1938. New York: Columbia University Press.

Edwards, A. & Polite, C. (1992). Children of the dream; the psychology of Black success. NY: Doubleday.

Eisenstein, Z. (1996). Racialized and sexualized conflicts in the 21st century. Great Britain: Routledge, Inc.

Falicov, C. (1998). Latino families in therapy: A guide to multicultural practice. NY: Guildford Press.

Fine, M. & Weis, L. (1998). The unknown city: Lives of poor and working class young adults. Boston: Beacon Press.

Franklin, A. (2006). From brotherhood to manhood: How Black men rescue their relationships and dreams from the invisibility syndrome. NY: John Wiley & Sons.

Franklin, N. B. (2006). Black families in therapy: Understanding the African-American experience. NY: Guilford Press.

Grand, S. (2000). The reproduction of evil. Hillsdale, N.J.: The Analytic Press.

Grinberg, L. & Grinber, R. (1989). Psychological perspectives on migration and exile. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

Guinier, L., Fine, M., & Balin, J. (1996). Becoming gentlemen: Women, law school and institutional change. Boston: Beacon Press.

Ignatiev, N. (1995). How the Irish became White.  New York/London: Routledge.

Jacobson, M. (1999). Whiteness of a different color: European immigrants and the alchemy of race. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Javier, R. & Herron, W. (Eds.). (1998). Personality development and psychotherapy in our diverse society. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, Inc.

Lane, C. (Ed.). (1998). The psychoanalysis of race. New York: Columbia University Press.

Layton, L., Hollander, N., & Gutwill, S. (2006).  Psychoanalysis, class and politics: Encounters in the clinical setting. London and NY: Routledge, Inc.

Linton, S. (1998). Claiming disability: Knowledge and identity. NY: New York University Press.

McGoldrick, J., Giordano, N., & Garcia Preto, N. (2005). Ethnicity and family therapy (3rd ed.). NY: Guilford Press.

Muran, J. C. (2007). Dialogues on difference: Studies in diversity in the therapeutic relationship. Washington D.C.: APA Books.

Perez-Foster, R. (1998). The power of language in the clinical process: Assessing and treating the bilingual person. NY: Jason Aronson, Inc.

Perez-Foster, R., Moskowitz, M., & Javier, R. (Eds.). (2006). Reaching across boundaries of culture and class: Widening the scope of psychotherapy. NY: Jason Aronson.

Roland, A. (1996). Cultural pluralism and psychoanalysis: The Asian and North American experience. London and New York: Routledge.

Savran, D. (1998). Taking it like a man: White masculinity, masochism, and contemporary American culture. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Singley, B. (2002). When race becomes real: Black and White writers confront their personal histories. Chicago: Lawrence Books.

Wachtel, P. (1999). Race in the mind of America: Breaking the vicious circle between Whites and Blacks. New York/London: Routledge
 

C. Presentations

Lijtmaer, R. (2006). The immigrant analyst’s bilingual/bicultural self. Paper presented at the International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education, Queretaro, Mexico, 2-20-06.

Young-Bruehl, E. (2007). The anatomy of prejudices (working draft given at IPTAR Conference on Otherness
 

PART II - Non-Fiction, History, & Sociology

Baldwin, J. (April, 1984). On being White and other lies. Essence Magazine, 90-92.

Blount, M. & Cunningham, G. (Eds.). (1996). Representing Black men. Great Britain: Routledge, Inc.

Doyle, L. (1994). Bordering the body: The racial matrix of modern fiction and culture. NY: Oxford University Press.

Eisenstein, Z. (1996). Racialized and sexualized conflicts in the 21st century. Great Britain: Routledge, Inc.

Ellis, J. (2000). Founding brothers: The revolutionary generation. Chapter 3: The silence. NY: Random House.

Friere, P. (1968). Pedagogy of the oppressed. NY: Seabury Press.

Galleano, E. (1982; translated to English 1985). Memory of fire (I Genesis, II Faces and masks, III, Century of the wind.) NY: Norton.

(A meditative history, using original sources, of South America from pre-Colombian times to the middle of the 20th C.)

Goldman, F. (1998). Moro like me.  In C. C. O’Hearn, (Ed.), Half and half; writers on growing up biracial and bicultural (pp. 49-70). NY: Pantheon Books.

Gossett, T. (1997). Race: The history of an idea in America. NY: Oxford University Press.

Holloway, K. (2002). Passed on: African-American mourning stories. Durham and London: Duke University Press.

Hooks, B. (2000). Where we stand: Class matters. NY: Taylor and Francis.

Kang, J. (2005). Trojan horses of race. Harvard Law Review, 118(5) 1490-2005.

Kardiner, A. & Ovesey, L. (1951). The mark of oppression. NY: Norton Publishers.

Keller, B. (2005). Class Matters. NY: New York Times.

Linton, S. (1998). Claiming disability: Knowledge and identity. NY: New York University Press.

O’Hearn, C.C. (Ed.). (1998). Half and half: Writers on growing up biracial and bicultural. NY: Pantheon Books.

Russell, K., Wilson, M., & Hall, R. (1992). The color complex. New York: Anchor Books/Doubleday.

See, L. (1998). The Funeral Banquet. In C.C. O'Hern (Ed.). Half and half: Writers on growing up biracial and bicultural (pp. 125-138). NY: Pantheon Books.

Tsang, L. (1998). Postcards from 'Home'. In C.C. O'Hern (Ed.). Half and half: Writers on growing up biracial and bicultural (pp. 197-215). NY: Pantheon Books.

Wachtel, P. (1999). Race in the mind of America: Breaking the vicious circle between Blacks and Whites. New York and London: Routledge.

Waters, M. (1990). Ethnic options: Choosing identities in America. CA: University of California Press.

Wendell, S. (1996). The rejected body: Feminist, philosophical reflections and disability. New York: Routledge.

West, C. (1993). Prophetic thought in postmodern times. Monroe, ME: Common Courage Press.

West, C. (1994). Race matters. NY: First Vintage Books Edition.

Zinn, H. (1980). A people’s history of the United States. NY: Harper Row.
 

PART III - Novels & Other Relevant Literature

A. Novels taking place in different cultures

Bloom, A. (2007). Away: A Novel. NY: Random House (Russia programs of Jews)

Fadiman, A. (1997). The Spirit catches you and you fall down. NY: Farrae, Straus Giroux. (Laos)

Gordimer, N. (2001). The Pickup. NY: Penguin.  (South Africa)

Hosseini, K. (2004). The Kite Runner. NY: Penguin.  (Afghanistan)

Hosseini, K. (2007). A Thousand Splendid Suns.  (Afghanistan)

Ishiguro, K. (2000). When We were orphans. London: Farber & Farber.  (Old Shanghai)

Kidder, T. (2004). Mountains beyond Mountains. NY: Random House  (Haiti)

Lahiri, J. (1999). Interpreter of Maladies. NY:  Houghton Mifflin  (India)

Oates, J.C. (2001). We were the Mulvaneys. NY: Plume.  (America)

Pamuk, O. (2004). Snow. NY: Knopf.  (Turkey)

Troung, M. (2003). The Book of Salt. NY: Houghton Mifflin.  (Saigon & Paris)
 

B. Novels & Other Relevant Literatures

Ha Jin (2000) Waiting: A Novel. New York: Vintage.

Hooks, B. (1996) Bone Black: Memories of Girlhood. New York: Henry Holt & Company.

Ilibagiza, I. (with Erwin, S.) (2007). Left to tell. Carlsbad, CA: Hay House, Inc.

Morrison, T. (1993). Playing in the Darkness: Whiteness and the Literary Imagination. New York: Vintage Books.

Ogunyemi, C.O. (1979). "Sula: 'A Nigger Joke,' " Black American Literature Forum, 13 (4), 131-133.

Rogers, R. (1970). The Double in Literature.  Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

Yu Hua (2003). To Live: A Novel. Anchor Books.

(The film was recently re-released in July of 2007 by MGM World Films)
 

C. Films

"The Wooden Man's Bride," (about traditional Chinese family values & filial piety)

"Beijing Bicycle" (about class struggles among middle school adolescents in Beijing)

"Shower" (comedy/ drama about a successful Chinese business man caught between two worlds: the decaying town where he grew up and 'new' China);

"Ten Items or Less" (w/Morgan Freeman and Paz Vega--Watch something [dialectally]  good come out of this improbable 'happen-stantial' pairing)

“Bend It Like Beckham” (see: Adrienne Harris' discussion in “Gender As Soft Assembly”).