dr. A. (Adnan) Hossain
Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
Programme group: Globalising Culture and the Quest for Belonging
Nieuwe Achtergracht 166 Room number: B5.22
1001 NA Amsterdam
Adnan Hossain is a socio-cultural anthropologist currently employed as a postdoctoral fellow in the ERC-funded GLOBALSPORT project at the University of Amsterdam. He completed a PhD in social anthropology in 2013 from the University of Hull. Research interests concern gender and sexual diversity, masculinities and transgender studies, race/ethnic relations, nationalism and bodies. Fieldwork in Bangladesh was concerned with the intersection of pleasure, power and gender in the production of male bodied feminine identified hijra identities and more recently with sexual nationalism and heterosexual masculinities in postcolonial cricket. Fieldwork in Trinidad and Guyana (February 2015 -October 2015) focused on race relations, masculinities and bodies in West Indies/Caribbean cricket.
- Hossain, A. (2016). Race and Cricket Narratives in the West Indies. Anthropology News, 57(8), e1-e4.
Talk / presentation
- Hossain, A. (speaker) (3-11-2015): Cricket mobilities within the Caribbean: Indo-Guyanese masculinities and cricket in Trinidad, at the workshop: Masculinity and mobilities: Ethnographic approaches to men and change. Goldsmiths, University of London, London.
- Hossain, A. (speaker) (25-5-2015): Indo-Caribbean men and masculinities in cricket in postcolonial Trinidad, at the conference: Caribbean Studies Association: 40th Annual Conference, New Orleans.