Dr Roselyne Masamha is a visiting lecturer in nursing education at the University of Hull. Her research interests are in the politics of knowledge production, African knowledges, experiences of marginalised groups, migration and decolonial narratives. Her doctoral research applied a scholarly personal narratives methodology to explore the educational experiences of Zimbabweans undertaking nursing education in the UK. Her research considered people as living archives, analysing examples of embodied archival ‘scenes’ through which personal and collective archival practices were/are performed.
Honorary Research Fellow, University of ExeterEmail