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Andil Gosine

Andil Gosine



PhD, York University
MPhil, University of Sussex
BES (Honours), York University

Research Keywords

Environmental Arts; Environmental Justice; Caribbbean Sexualities.

Andil Gosine

Contact Information

4700 Keele Street
Toronto, ON M3J 1P3

416 736 2100

Research Projects

Everything Slackens in a Wreck, 2020

Visual Arts after Indenture, 2019

Art in a Crisis, 2019

Wendy Nanan (Film), Canada Council for the Arts, 2018

All the Flowers, Canada Council for the Arts, 2017

Coolitude: A Digital Archive, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 2015

Research Output

A. Gosine (2021). Nature's Wild: Love, Sex, and Law in the Caribbean. Duke University Press.

A. Gosine (2020) “Interracial Picturesque: Lorraine O’Grady’s History of the Americas,” The Art of Global Power, London: Routledge.

A. Gosine (2019) “Desir Cannibale,” Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas.

A. Gosine (2019) “Animal,” C Magazine.

A. Gosine (2018) “Rescue and real love: same-sex desire in international development,” Routledge Handbook of Queer Development Studies, CL Mason, ed., London: Taylor Francis.

A. Gosine (2017)“After Indenture,” Small Axe, Issue 53, Duke.  Guest Editor of Special Themed Section on “Art After Indenture.

A. Gosine (2016) “My Mother’s BabyWrecking Work After Indentureship,” in Indo-Caribbean Feminist Thought, G. Hosein and L. Outar, eds., London: Palgrave.

A. Gosine (2016) “Punghah/Men in Skirts: A Plea for History,” Gender and Development: Critical Engagements in Feminist Theory and Practice, Wendy Harcourt, ed., London: Palgrave.

A. Gosine (2015) Real Love and Rescue: Same- sex desire in international development, Institute of Development Studies (monograph).

A. Gosine (2015) “Lorraine O’Grady’s New Worlds,” in Where Margins Become Centers (CCVA).

A. Gosine and C. Teelucksingh (2008) Environmental Justice and Racism in Canada: An Introduction. Toronto: Edmond Montgomery Publications.


Course CodeTitle
ENVS 3122Create, Curate, Critique: An Environmental Arts Workshop
ENVS 6150Popular Education for Social Change
ENVS 6349Cultural Production Workshop