Roselyne Masamha


Honorary Research Fellow, University of Exeter


Dr Roselyne Masamha is the Principal Investigator and Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Exeter. Her clinical practice background is in forensic learning disabilities nursing having worked with individuals detained under the Mental Health Act at the interface of Criminal Justice and Mental Health Law. This informed her lecturing work in Higher Education for nursing students. Roselyne is an independent researcher whose interests are in cultural (mis)understandings, knowledge production specifically the insights that marginalized knowledges bring to mainstream, dominant understandings.  Her published works span across nursing, clinical supervision, epidemics and othering, migration, African knowledge production and decolonial tensions.