Professor Mallon's current research interests include social constructionist claims and the role that culturally transmitted moral rules play in moral reasoning.
- Mallon, R. (2016). The Construction of Human Kinds. Oxford University Press.
- Mallon, R. (2016.) “Experimental Philosophy.” Oxford Handbook of Philosophical Methodology, ed. Herman Cappelen, John Hawthorne, and Tamar Szabó Gendler.
- Mallon R. “Stereotype Threat and Persons” (2016) Implicit Biases. Ed. Michael Brownstein and Jenny Saul. Oxford University Press.
- Mallon, R. (2015.) “Social Construction and Achieving Reference.” Noûs.
- Nichols, S., Á. Pinillos, and R. Mallon. (Forthcoming.) “Referential Ambiguity.” Mind.
- Mallon, R. (2015.) "Performed Categories, Self Explanation and Agency.” Philosophical Studies.
- Mallon, R. (2013.) “Was Race Thinking Invented in the Modern West?” Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (Part A) Volume 44, Issue 1, March 2013, pp. 77–88.
- Mallon, R. and J. Doris (2013). The Science of Ethics. Blackwell Companion to Ethics. H. LaFollette and I. Persson. Oxford, Blackwell.