Whiteness works through means that are manifest privately and publicly. Underpinned by dominant ideological positions, white normalization and solipsism engineer particular dynamics in the way whiteness constructs otherness. These premises are made more complex by locating whiteness contextually. That is, if whiteness is known not as a monolithic category-a way of being for all those racialized as white-or even as a singular process in which members of the dominant social group are engaged, it raises the question of how the effects of whiteness may be displaced by its intersections with other social positions. What happens when whiteness intersects with middle classness? With ethnicity? Does whiteness have the same implications for the white working class as it does for the white middle class? For central European whites as for those who have been positioned on the margins of European society? Does the practice of whiteness modulate with these intersections?