Dr Anne-Marie Martindale is a social anthropologist with interests in the negotiation of embodied identities and their wider intersections with health, appearance, religion across the life course; she is an experienced researcher, lecturer, consultant and knowledge exchange and impact specialist.
Areas of interest include
-the relationship between embodiment and identity in relation to facial 'disfigurement' and facial transplantation;
-the relationship between national UK health policy making, implementation and front line health worker experiences in primary care and public health;
-the relationship between identity, risk, radicalisation and exclusion in the UK and N Europe.
I welcome opportunities for dialogue in these and related fields.