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Institute for Gender and Development Studies


Discover, gain knowledge, contribute, and share with us via our Fact Sheets, Policy Briefs, Papers and the CRGS, the first online journal on The UWI, St. Augustine Campus. Print Publications include CGDS Public Lectures Series; Occasional Bibliography Series; Working Papers Series, booklets and toolkits. 

The Caribbean Review of Gender Studies (CRGS)

The CRGS was the first online journal of The University of the West Indies, launched in 2007. It is open access. The CRGS stimulates cross-cultural exchanges among Caribbean peoples within the region, those in the Caribbean Diaspora, as well as those who bring a comparative perspective to bear on Caribbean gender and feminist concerns. The journal is established around an identity and voice emanating from Caribbean realities of power in gender, sexualities, ethnicity and class relations, and their effects. The journal welcomes critical disciplinary or multi-disciplinary scholarly articles and creative contributions that broaden networks and enhance the global understanding and reach of Caribbean feminist theory and praxis.  https://sta.uwi.edu/crgs/index.asp

 

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IGDS Technical and Policy Reports

2020 Gender mainstreaming in national sustainable development planning in the Caribbean. Author: Hosein, Gabrielle - Basdeo-Gobin, Tricia - Gény, Lydia Rosa. UN ECLAC

2018 Gender-Based Violence in Trinidad and Tobago - Authors/editor(s): Gabrielle Hosein, PhD, Team Leader. Research Team: Tricia Basdeo-Gobin, Colin Robinson, Sabrina Mowlah-Baksh, Simone Leid, Amilcar Sanatan

2012 Gender Training and Awareness Manual for the Government of the British Virgin Islands as part of the process of developing a National Policy for Gender Equity and Equality.

IGDS Research & Outreach Publications

2017 Break the Silence Teachers Toolkit Raising Awareness About Gender, Child Sexual Abuse and Implications for IV in T&T.  UWI IGDS and The U.S. Embassy Download

2015 Guidelines for Use of Non-Sexist Language at The University of the West Indies, Valerie Youssef and Sue Ann Barratt. IGDS ISSUU

2014 Politics, Power and Gender Justice in the Anglophone Caribbean. Hosein, Gabrielle Jamela; Parpart, Jane.  IDRC, IDRC Digital LibraryPPGJ website

2003 Gender Studies: Crossing Boundaries, Charting New DirectionsElsa Leo-Rhynie

1998 Stories in Caribbean Feminism: Reflections on the Twentieth Century, Patricia Mohammed (Out of print). Reprinted in the CRGS Archival Issue 9, Sept 2015

Audio Visual Publications

2008 Becoming Elsa. Directors: Patricia Mohammed and Hilary Nicholson, Ed. Michael Mooleedhar and Christopher Ding Chong. Producer: IGDS Regional Coordinating Unit, The UWI, Mona

2007 Engendering Change: Caribbean Configurations. Directors: Mohammed, Patricia and Paddington, Luke

2006 The Nariva Swamp: A Contested Wetland, Issues of Gender and Sustainability. DVD format. Produced by Paddington, Bruce & Hosein, Gabrielle

2002 Living With the Wetlands: Women, Men and the Nariva Swamp. DVD format. Produced by Paddington, Bruce & Hosein, Gabrielle (video format)

 

 

Academic Staff Publications

Edited Collections

2016 Indo-Caribbean Feminist Thought Genealogies, Theories, Enactments. ed(s) Hosein G, Outar L.  Palgrave Macmillan 

2016 Negotiating Gender, Policy and Politics in the Caribbean: Feminist Strategies, Masculinist Resistances and the Possibilities for Transformation, Hosein, G, and Parpart, J, (Eds), Rowland and Littlefield
Rowman and Littlefield   |  Amazon   |   Taylor and Francis 

Books

2015 Resisting Paradise: Tourism, Diaspora, and Sexuality in Caribbean Culture. Angelique V. Nixon. Jackson, Mississippi: The University Press of Mississippi.

Chapters in books

2018 P. Mohammed “Intersecting Trajectories: Chinese and Indian Artists in Trinidad in the Early Twentieth Century” in Circles and Circuits: Chinese Caribbean Art, Alexandra Chang (Editor), Published by the Chinese American Museum and distributed by Duke University Press, USA, pp 158-177

2018 D. McFee Narratives, the State and National Gender Policies in the Anglophone Caribbean: Dominica and Trinidad & Tobago. In G. J. Hosein, & J. Parpart, Negotiating Gender, Policy and Politics in the Caribbean: Feminist Strategies, Masculinist Resistance and Transformational Possibilities (pp. 109-130). London: Rowman & Littlefield.

2016 P. Mohammed A Vindication for Indo-Caribbean Feminism. Indo-Caribbean Feminist Thought: Geneaologies, Theories, Enactments Eds. Gabrielle Hosein and Lisa Outar, in New Caribbean Series: Palgrave, Macmillan, New York.

2016 P. Mohammed The Trinidad Connection: The University of the West Indies. Helots to New Diaspora: A Retrospective for Robin Cohen edited by Nicholas Van Hear, Selina Molteno and Oliver Bakewell, Oxford. Publishing Services: International Migration, Oxford, pp 24-32.

2016 R. Reddock Indo-Caribbean Masculinities and Indo-Caribbean Feminisms: Where are we Now?” Indo-Caribbean Feminist Thought: Geneaologies, Theories, Enactments Eds. Gabrielle Hosein and Lisa Outar, in New Caribbean Series: Palgrave, Macmillan, New York, 2016. pp. 263-282.

2016 G. Hosein Dougla Poetics and Politics in Indo-Caribbean Feminist Thought: Reflection and Reconceptualisation” in Indo-Caribbean Feminist Thought: Genealogies, Theories, Enactments. Eds. Gabrielle Hosein and Lisa Outar. Palgrave MacMillan. Pgs. 245- 269.

2016 G. Hosein A Will to Power: The Anglophone Caribbean Struggle to Advance Women’s Political Leadership” in Negotiating Gender, Policy and Politics: Feminist Strategies, Masculinist Resistances and Transformational Possibilities in the Caribbean. Eds. Gabrielle Hosein and Jane Parpart. Rowland and Littlefield.

2016 A. Nixon Seeing Difference: Visual Feminist Praxis, Identity and Desire in Indo-Caribbean Women’s Art and Knowledge. Indo-Caribbean Feminist Thought: Genealogies, Theories, Enactments. Eds. Gabrielle Hosein and Lisa Outar. Palgrave MacMillan.

2016 S. Barratt  “What’s in a Name?: Nicki Minaj, Indian In/visibility and the Paradox of Dougla Feminism” Indo-Caribbean Feminist Thought: Genealogies, Theorizing and Enactments, Editors – Gabrielle Hosein and Lisa Outar 

2015 A. Nixon Love | Hope | Community: Sexualities and Social Justice. 2015. Co-Editor. Sargasso: Journal of Caribbean Literature, Language, and Culture. 2014-15, Volume 1 & 11.

2013 A. Nixon and Rosamond S. King “Embodied Theories: Local Knowledge(s), Community Organizing and Feminist Methodologies in Caribbean Sexuality Studies.” Caribbean Review of Gender Studies, Issue 7.

 

Bibliographies

Lutishoor Salisbury & Sharon Soodeen-Karamath, Women & Development Studies Bibliographical Series, Vol. 1 – Agriculture (1990) (No pic)

Natalie Boodram, Gender and the Environment: A Selected and Annotated Bibliography, 1993-1996

Natalie Boodram, Gender, Science and Technology: A Bibliographic Guide, 1993-1996

Lutishoor Salisbury, Women in Science and Technology: A Selected and Annotated Bibliography (1996)

 

Working Papers

Joan M. Rawlins, Midlife and Older Women in Jamaica: Coping with Family Life and Work Situations

Victoria Pasley, Black Power, Gender Ideology, Cultural Change and the Beginnings of Feminist Discourse in Urban Trinidad in the 1970’s

Cheryl Lans and Niels Roling, Feminist Methods: Women, Traditional Health Knowledge and Ethnoveterinary Knowledge

Mindie Lazarus-Black, Law and the Politics of Inclusion: Women's Experiences in Antigua

Paula Morgan, "Like Bush Fire in My Arms": Interrogating the World of Caribbean Romance

Maarit Laitinen, Aspects of Gender in the Spiritual Baptist Religion in Tobago: Notes from the Field

Mindie Lazarus-Black, The Rite of Domination: Tales From the Domesitc Violence Court

Stephanie SeguinoWhy are Women in the Caribbean so much more likely than Men to be Unemployed

 

 

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