Joel Michael Reynolds is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Massachusetts Lowell and the 2017-19 Rice Family Fellow in Bioethics and Humanities at The Hastings Center. His work occurs at the intersection of bioethics, philosophy of disability and disability studies, 19th-20th century American and Continental philosophy (esp. phenomenology), philosophy of medicine, and applied epistemology. He is the author of Ethics After Ableism: Disability, Pain, and the History of Morality, forthcoming with The University of Minnesota Press in 2019, and he is co-editor of a special issue of The Hastings Center Report on biopolitics and issues of ableism, racism, sexism, cissexism, and colonialism in clinical and consumer genomics, also forthcoming in 2019.
Joel Michael Reynolds