Talks & Events

Upcoming:

“Disability Bioethics,” Yale University

“The Problem of Ableism in Bioethical Theory,” International Academy of Law and Mental Health World Congress

“The Promise of a Constitutional Approach to Disability and Accessibility,” American Philosophical Association – Central Division

“Title TBD,” Response to David Livingstone Smith, American Philosophical Association – Eastern Division

“Should Class be Used for Vaccine Prioritization? Implications from and for Disability Justice” & “The Role of Bias in the Refusal of Clinically Appropriate Care,” American Society for Bioethics and Humanities

“Disability Justice and the Future of American Society: Lessons from Covid-19,” CSU Bakersfield

“Just Care Better,” Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy

Recent:

“Stranded Between Autonomy and Solidarity: On the Duty to Know,” University of Twente; University of Texas Medical Branch

“The Import of the Phenomenological Tradition for Bioethics,” Purdue University

“Worldcreation: Disability, Justice, and the Promise of Care,” The Albert J. Fitzgibbons Lecture, Boston College

“Applying Phenomenology in the Clinic,” American Society for Bioethics and Humanities

“Three Things Clinicians Should Know About Disability,” Harvard Medical School