Dr. (Mrs.) Bakuri's research explores the role and dynamics of religion and culture in people’s everyday choices relating to sexual wellbeing; gender and diversity; belongingness and identity formation; debates on secularism and religion, history of colonialism, slavery and the African diaspora; Racism and medical ethics relating to ethnic minorities and Black communities in the Netherlands, Canada, and Ghana.
Selected list of recent publications
- Bakuri, Amisah, and Rachel Spronk. "Piety and Pleasure: Religion, Sexuality and the Cultivation of the Self among Ghanaian-Dutch and Somali-Dutch Women." New Diversities (2022) Early View.
- Bakuri, Amisah Zenabu, and Daniel Antwi-Berko. "“What Other Information Is There?”: Identifying Information Gaps, Perceptions and Misconceptions on COVID-19 Among Minority Ethnic Groups in the Netherlands." Frontiers in Health Services(2022): 47.
- Antwi-Berko, Daniel, Amisah Zenabu Bakuri, Kenneth Bentum Otabil, and Alexander Kwarteng. "Determinants and Variations of COVID-19 Vaccine Uptake and Responses Among Minority Ethnic Groups in Amsterdam, the Netherlands." Frontiers in Public Health10 (2022): 761987.
- Bakuri, A. Z. "In pursuit of well-being: Sexuality and religion among Ghanaian-Dutch and Somali-Dutch in the Netherlands." UvA-Digital Academic Repository (2021).
- Bakuri, Amisah, Rachel Spronk, and Rijk van Dijk. "Labour of love: Secrecy and kinship among Ghanaian-Dutch and Somali-Dutch in the Netherlands." Ethnography21, no. 3 (2020): 394-412.