Dr Yasmin Hussain
Associate Professor in Ethnicity and Racism Studies
I came to Leeds in 1999, initially working on a project called Disability, Ethnicity and Young People. I then moved to the department of Sociology and Social Policy. Previous to this, I completed my doctorate at the University of Bradford, looking at the identity of British South Asian women within the realm of literature and film.
My main interests are ethnicity, gender and terrorism. I have carried out research on the urban 'riots' in 2001 and a Joseph Rountree Foundation-funded project entitled "The Role of Higher Education in providing Opportunities for Young South Asian Women" with Dr Paul Bagguley. I am currently working with Dr Bagguley on a project analysing the impact of the London bombings.
I am the module convenor for 'Introduction to Race and Ethnicity' at level 1 and 'Ethnicity and Popular Culture' at level 3.
I also supervise undergraduate, MA and PhD dissertations within the areas of my expertise.
I am currently supervising students in the following areas.
- Community cohesion within Oldham and youth work
- Ethnicity, and identity of Zainichi Koreans
- Caste, identity and Bangladeshis in Manchester
I am happy to supervise promising students in the areas of my research interests.
Riotous citizens: Ethnic conflict in multicultural Britain ([n.pub.], 2012), 1-193,
Riotous Citizens: Ethnic Conflict in Multicultural Britain (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008), 1-193,
Moving on Up: South Asian Women and Higher Education (Trentham Books, 2007), vii,154p,
Writing diaspora: South Asian women, culture and ethnicity (Aldershot, Ashgate, 2005), [ix], 148 p.p,
‘Citizenship, Ethnicity and Identity: British Pakistanis after the 2001 ‘Riots’ 2005 39: 407-425; doi:10.1177/0038038505052493’, Sociology, ed. by Meer N and Nayak A 2013, 407-425,
‘Funny looks: British Pakistanis’ experiences after 7th July 2005’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 36.1 (2013), 28-46,
DOI: 10.1080/01419870.2011.645844, Repository URL: http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/80515/
‘Securitised citizens: Islamophobia, racism and the 7/7 London bombings’, The Sociological Review, 60.4 (2012), 715-734,
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-954X.2012.02130.x, Repository URL: http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/80516/
‘South Asian disabled women: negotiating identities’, SOCIOL REV, 53.3 (2005), 522-538,
‘Citizenship, ethnicity and identity: British Pakistanis after the 2001 'riots’, SOCIOLOGY, 39.3 (2005), 407-425,
‘Race’, Ethnicity and Disability’, in Disabling Barriers - Enabling Environments, ed. by Swain J and others, third (London: Sage, 2013),
‘The Bradford 'riot' of 2001: the diversity of action’, in Rioting in the UK and France: A comparative analysis, ed. by Waddington D, Jobard F and King M (Cullompton: Willan, 2009), 71-80,
‘Conflict and Cohesion: official constructions of "community" around the 2001 riots in Britain’, in Returning (to) communities: theory, culture and political practice of the communal, ed. by Herbrechter S and Higgins M (Rodopi: Amsterdam, 2006), 347-365,
‘Flying the flag for England? Citizenship, religion and cultural identity among British Pakistani Muslims’, in Muslim Britain: Communities under Pressure, ed. by Abbas T (Zed Press, 2005), 208-221,
‘Ethnicity, disability and young people’, in Disability, Culture and Identity, ed. by Riddell S and Watson N (London: Pearson Education, 2003), 161-179,