|Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology|
|Fellow of the Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing|
- Anthropology of Autism
- Medical Anthropology
- Human-animal Studies
- Multispecies Ethnography
- Situated Biologies
- Critical Disability Studies
- Mental Health
- Ethnographic Methods
- Empathy and Theory of Mind
- Kinship and Relatedness
- Anthropology of Bodily Substance
- 0000: Academic Qualifications:
- PhD Social Anthropology, University of Edinburgh (2019)
- MRes Social Anthropology, University of Edinburgh.
- MA Medical Anthroplogy, University of Ediburgh.
- MA Social and Cultural Anthropology and Psychology, Joint Honours, University of Glasgow.
- 0000: Invited Fellowships: Fellow of the Wolfson Institute of Health and Well-Being, Durham University
Associate Fellow of the ;Centre for Biomedicine, Self and Society, University of Edinburgh
Associate Fellow of the Institute for Medical Humanities, Durham University
- 0000: Member and Coordinator:
- International Anthropology of Hormones Network (2019 - present)
- 'Anthropology and Autism: Lived Experience' seminar series (2017 - present)
- 0000: Peer Review:
- Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, Social Science and Medicine, Medical Anthropology, Medical Humanities, Medicine Anthropology Theory, Social and Cultural Geography.
- Malcolm, Roslyn (Planned). Rhythms That Matter: A Therapeutic Ecology of Autism and Equine Therapy.
Chapter in book
- Erikainen, S., Ford, A., Malcolm, R. & Raeder, L. (2020). 'Telling Hormonal Stories'. In So Hormonal: Essays About Our Hormones. Monstrous Regiment.
- Malcolm, Roslyn (2021). “There’s No Constant” Oxytocin, Cortisol, and Balanced Proportionality in Hormonal Models of Autism. Medical Anthropology 40(4): 375-388.
- Malcolm, Roslyn (2021). Milk’s Flows: Making and Transmitting Kinship, Health, and Personhood. Medical Humanities medhum-2019-011829.
- Malcolm, R., Ecks, S. & Pickersgill, M. (2018). ‘It just opens up their world’ autism, empathy, and the therapeutic effects of equine interactions. Anthropology & Medicine 25(2): 220.
Other (Digital/Visual Media)
- Malcolm, R., Gordon, T. & Slone, M. (2017). "Our Bodies Electric." Theorizing the Contemporary. Fieldsights