Barrow, Craig. Gender, Race, and Identity. Chattanooga, Tenn.: Southern Humanities Press, 1993. Ties together the study of gender and race identity.
Dixon, Melvin. Ride out the Wilderness: Geography and Identity in Afro-American Literature. Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 1987. A unique study of the connection between culture and individual identity.
Frosh, Stephen. Identity Crisis: Modernity, Psychoanalysis, and the Self. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1991. A perceptive analysis of the dialectical connections among the individual, culture, and society.
Massey, Irving. Identity and Community: Reflections on English, Yiddish, and French Literature in Canada. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1994. A comprehensive study of identity related issues in Canadian literature.
Schier, Helga. Going Beyond: The Crisis of Identity and Identity Models in Contemporary American, English, and German Fiction. Tubingen, Germany: Niemeyer, 1993. One of few works that focuses on the study of identity crisis and provides a global perspective on the issue.
Singh, Amritjit, Joseph T. Skerrett, and Robert E. Hogan. Memory, Narrative, and Identity: New Essays in Ethnic American Literatures. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1994. A collection of essays that examine identity issues in African American, Asian American, Hispanic, and Native American literature and cultures. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Wright, Lee Alfred. Identity, Family, and Folklore in African American Literature. New York: Garland, 1995. Takes a historical look at how African American writers use folklore and literature to deal with identity crisis.
Zeineddine, Nada. Because It Is My Name: Problems of Identity Experienced by Women, Artists, and Breadwinners in the Plays of Henrik Ibsen, Tennessee Williams, and Arthur Miller. Braunton, Devon, England: Merlin Books, 1991. A study of identity crisis in drama, especially in contemporary American theater.