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Andil Gosine

Nature's Wild

Nature's Wild

Project Investigator: Andil Gosine Funding: SSHRC Connection Grant Term: 2022-2024 The project will share the author's research collected in Nature’ Wild: Love, Sex and Law in the Caribbean (Duke University Press, 2021). In Nature's Wild, Gosine engages with questions of humanism, queer theory, and animality to examine and revise historical and contemporary understandings of queer

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Colin Robinson's unfinished work

Colin Robinson's unfinished work

Project Investigator: Andil Gosine Funding: SSHRC Insight Grant Term: 2022-2026 This five-year interdisciplinary project examines historical and contemporary articulations of and approaches to the security of sexual autonomy through consideration of the intellectual, literary and political legacy of Colin M. Robinson, the Black, Queer, Caribbean-American writer and activist who made formidable impacts during his prolific

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Andil Gosine

Andil Gosine

Professor Environmental Arts & Justice Coordinator Credentials PhD, York UniversityMPhil, University of SussexBES (Honours), York University Research Keywords Environmental Arts; Environmental Justice; Caribbbean Sexualities. Contact Information 4700 Keele StreetToronto, ON M3J 1P3 416 736 2100 andil@yorku.ca  https://www.andilgosine.com Research Projects Research Output Courses Course Code Title ENVS 3122 Create, Curate, Critique: An Environmental Arts Workshop ENVS 6150 Popular

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Indian women became the faces of Victorian-era postcards, well over a century later Prof Andil Gosine reimagined the postcards in his photo series "Cane Portraiture."

Indian women became the faces of Victorian-era postcards, well over a century later Prof Andil Gosine reimagined the postcards in his photo series "Cane Portraiture."

Personal connections Well over a century later, visual artist Andil Gosine reimagined the postcards in his photo series "Cane Portraiture." Gosine lived in Trinidad until he was 14 and is a descendent of Indo-Trinidadian indentured workers. For the series, Gosine invited Caribbeans who had migrated to New York to pose against a backdrop of sugarcane

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Everything Slackens in a Wreck

Everything Slackens in a Wreck

Principal Investigator: Andil Gosine. Funding: SSHRC Connections Grant. Term: 2020-2022. "Everything Slackens In A Wreck" is a line from Khal Torabully's "Coolitude" which expresses Indentures' experience of rebuilding and reinventing their lives during the period of indentureship. Trapped in the dehumanizing conditions of the Indentureship program, migrants nevertheless also simultaneously worked against tenets of caste

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