IBLC 357

Kasim Husain has a PhD English and Cultural Studies from McMaster University. His research develops an intersectional account of the emergence of racial neoliberalism in the United Kingdom in relation to Black and Asian British coming-of-age narratives. He has published in Postcolonial Text and South Asian History an Culture, as well as a co-authored chapter with Sarah Brophy on new directions in queer British fiction in the Cambridge Companion to British Fiction since 1945. His research and teaching interests include neoliberalism, Islamophobia and terrorism studies, and postcolonial writing.