@womanistpsych Spring 2017 Psychology of White Racism Seminar Readings

“There is a separation of colored people from white people in the United States. That separation is not a disease of colored people. It is a disease of white people. And, I do not intend to be quiet about it.” -Albert Einstein, Lincoln University, 1946

In the spring of 2017, I offered my annual seminar, “Psychology of White Racism.” Some asked if I was willing to share the reading list. Of course! I am happy to share.

1.History/Sociology — The Ubiquitousness Of Colorism: Then and Now (Kimberly Jade Norwood)

2.History/Sociology — Selected Readings from African American Intellectual Historical Society (AAIHS)

3.History — Racial Restrictions In The Law Of Citizenship (Ian Haney López)

4.History — New Immigrants, Race, and “Ethnicity” In The Long Early Twentieth Century (David Roediger)

5.Social/Political/Economic Psychology — The Political Economy Of White Racism in the United States (Louis Kushnick)

6.Social/Cognitive Psychology — Implicit Associations Test: Fad Or Fabulous? (Beth Azar)

7.Social/Cognitive Psychology — Adoption of Implicit Bias Test Is “Hasty” (Kirsten Weir)

8.Cognitive/Behavioral Psychology — The Cause Of Racial Prejudice: A Behavior-Analytic Perspective (Afua Arhin & Bruce A. Thyer)

9.Developmental/Cognitive Psychology — The First R: How Children Learn Race & Racism (Debra Van Ausdale & Joe R. Feagin)

10.Social/Personality Psychology — The Authoritarians (Bob Altemeyer)

11.Social/Personality Psychology — Social Dominance Theory: Its Agenda and Method (Jim Sidanius, Felicia Pratto, Colette van Larr, & Shana Levin)

12.Social/Personality Psychology — Personality & Prejudice: A Meta-Analysis and Theoretical Review (Chris Sibley & John Duckitt)

13.Social/Personality Psychology — Racism and White Racial Identity (James M. Jones & Robert T. Carter)

14.Clinical Psychology — Cress Theory of Color Confrontation (Frances Cress Welsing)

15.Social/Personality Psychology — The Context and Content of Social Identity Threat (Nyla Branscombe, Naomi Allegers, Russell Spears, Bertjan Doosje)

16.Sensory and Perception Psychology — Blinded by Sight: Seeing Race Through The Eyes Of The Blind (Osagie K. Obasogie)

17.Physiological Psychology — Imaging Race (Jennifer L. Eberhardt)

18.Physiological Psychology — Psychophysiological Assessment of Prejudice (Sergio Guglielmi)

19.Clinical/Health Psychology — Racism and Pathological Bias as a Co-Occurring Problem In Diagnosis And Assessment (Carl C. Bell & Edward Dunbar)

20.Developmental/Social/Personality/Clinical/Counseling Psychology — Impacts of Racism On White Americans (Benjamin P. Bowser & Raymond G. Hunt, First Edition)

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