I am a philosopher of disability and deeply engage bioethics and Continental philosophy. In particular, my work focuses on the social and cultural construction of disability, emerging biotechnologies, discourses around vulnerability and the body, and key encounters within the space of the clinic.

Feel free to email me for copies of my published papers. You can also download my CV.



Articles and Chapters

Edited Works

  • Melinda Hall and Sarah Gorman, eds., Reclaiming Philosophy’s Disability History: Cripping the Canon, Routledge, under contract
  • “Pouvoirs de l’horreur,” entry in Contemporary Literary Criticism Series Vol. 367, series edited by Lawrence J. Trudeau, Farmington Hills, MI: Gale, 2014


Book Reviews