I would appreciate suggestions of student readings for an interdisciplinary 400-level history course, "Unraveling Selfhood: Personal Identity, the Body, and Sexuality in American History." (The course attracts history and non-history majors.) Students will examine the distinctiveness and interplay among these dimensions of the personal.
I have taught the course previously and am revising the curriculum.
Given that personhood and selfhood are slippery terms, I welcome suggestions of readings that can help me frame the course scope and content.
I will gladly share all suggested readings with whoever requests it.
Thanks in advance,
Associate Professor of History