Dr. Elizabeth Rahman

Dr. Elizabeth Rahman, a social and medical anthropologist, tutor and course designer for Conted and coordinator of interdisciplinary field schools in the Canary Islands.

Elizabeth Rahman is a social and medical anthropologist based at the University of Oxford. She has edited volumes and has several book chapters and peer-reviewed articles on the body-mind-self complex, writing on topics such as mindfulness, tobacco use, perinatal health, skilled techniques and implicit pedagogies.

Elizabeth held the ESRC Global Challenges Fellowship at Oxford’s Department of International Development (ODID, 2017) to research and implement biosocial models of education and implicit pedagogies.