Teaching

Here is a sample of the courses Dr. Reynolds teaches or is developing:

  • Topics in Philosophy of Disability
  • Bioethics and Disability
  • Phenomenology of Embodiment
  • Disability Justice and Political Philosophy
  • Knowing Otherwise: On the Limits of Social Epistemology
  • Disability & 20th c. French Philosophy
  • Care Ethics
  • Postgenomics: Biopolitics, Biocapital, and Bioinformation
  • Normality, Pathology, and the Normate
  • The Problem of Pain

Selected Recent Guest Lectures:

  • “Disability Ethics & Amputation Refusal,” Parkland Health & Hospital System, Grand Rounds, Dr. Jennifer Wimberly
  • “Disability, Care Ethics, and the ‘Duty to Know,'” Harvard Medical School, Disabilities in Medicine and Dentistry Working Group, Dr. Dorothy Weiss Tolchin, Apr. 2021
  • “Disability Ethics, Ableism, and Implicit Bias in Health Care,” Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, Santa Clara University, Dr. Charles Binkley, Feb. 2021
  • “Disability Studies: Past, Present, and Future,” Oregon State University, Dr. Stephanie Jenkins, Jan. 2019
  • “Fellow Creatures in (Chronic) Pain: On Oaths, Opioids, and Obligations,” College of New Rochelle, Dr. Jennifer Scuro, Apr. 2018