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Readings

Required:   Kroeger, Brooke. (2003). Passing: When People Can’t Be Who They Are. New York: Public Affairs/Perseus.

Other readings are available below…  click highlighted hypertext links to find online readings.

1 Introduction to Passing: what is it? + Overview and assignments

2 Psychological Tools(psychology, sociology, health)

3 Cultural Psychology (sociology, law, politics, religion, everyday life), cont’d

4 Race and Passing

  • Kroeger, Brooke (2003), Passing: When People Can’t Be Who They Are, New York: Public Affairs/Perseus. Not Some Social Agenda Struggle (pp. 11-41)
  • Kroeger, Brooke (2003), Passing: When People Can’t Be Who They Are, New York: Public Affairs/Perseus. Passing, Virginia (pp. 43-64)
  • Kroeger, Brooke (2003), Passing: When People Can’t Be Who They Are, New York: Public Affairs/Perseus. That’s Not Me (pp. 65-91)
5 Gender and Passing

6 Sexual Orientation and Passing

  • Kroeger, Brooke (2003), Passing: When People Can’t Be Who They Are, New York: Public Affairs/Perseus. Leviticus 18:22 (pp. 93-139)
  • Kroeger, Brooke (2003), Passing: When People Can’t Be Who They Are, New York: Public Affairs/Perseus. Conduct Unbecoming (pp. 141-166)
7 MID-TERM TEST
8 INTERSESSION WEEK
9 Class and Passing
10 Immigration and Passing 
11 Disability and Passing
12 Everyday Passing
13 Famous Passers

14 Passing in Popular Culture

15 FINAL EXAM
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