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gabrielle hosein

Gabrielle Hosein

PhD Anthropology (University College London) is a Lecturer at the IGDS. Dr. Hosein’s research areas of concentration include Governance and Politics, Caribbean Feminisms, Gender and Women’s Studies, Indo-Caribbean Gender and Ethnic Identities, and Sexualities. She has taught the following courses at the Institute for Gender and Development Studies: Introduction to Women’s Studies (GEND 1103), Feminist Frameworks (GEND 2203), Men and Masculinities (GEND 2013), Sex, Gender and Society (SOCI 3031), Gender, Ethnicity and Class in the Anglophone Caribbean (SOCI 3038). She is a member of the research team for the project, ‘Building Responsive Policy: Gender, Sexual Cultures and HIV & AIDS in the Caribbean’ and is Associate Editor of the Caribbean Review of Gender Studies, which is part of the Making of Caribbean Feminisms research project. Selected publications include, ‘Activism in Academia: Twenty-first Century Caribbean Feminist Dilemmas’, Feminist Review 30th Anniversary Special Issue (2012);  ‘No Pure Place for Resistance: Reflections on Being Ms. Mastana Bahar 2000’ in Bindi, edited by Rosanne Kanhai, (UWI Press, 2010); ‘Food, Family, Art and God: Aesthetic Authority in Public Life’, in Anthropology and Individuals, edited by Daniel Miller, (Berg 2009); ‘Insider Experiences and Ethnographic Knowledge: Reflections from Trinidad’, in Fieldwork Identities in the Caribbean, edited by Erin Taylor (Caribbean Studies Press, 2009).

Areas of Specialization
  • Caribbean Feminism
  • Gender and Sexuality
  • Masculinity Studies
  • Governance

Contact Information

E-mail: | Tel/ext: (868)-662-2002 ext.83568

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Current Graduate Students

PhD Students

  • Catherine Ali
  • Pamela Rodney
  • Anusha Ragbir

MPhil Students

  • Maria Jaikaransingh

MSc Students

  • Wendy Alexander
  • Nicholas Gilbert
  • Sabrina Mowlah- Baksh