Black Death: Racial Justice, Priority-Setting, and Care at the End of Life
2019-20Philosophy, Howard University Return to All Fellows
Yolonda Wilson (Mellon-HBCU Fellow) conducted extensive research and partially drafted three chapters for her book, Black Death: Racial Justice, Priority-Setting, and Care at the End of Life. She also edited a volume, Feminist Philosophers and MeToo, that is under contract with Routledge. She also drafted chapters for two edited volumes: “Conceptualizing Insurrectionist Ethics” for Insurrectionist Ethics, edited by Jacoby Carter and Darryl Scriven (forthcoming) and “Race, Death, and the Complexities of End of Life Decision-Making: The Case of Jahi McMath” for The Disability Bioethics Reader, edited by Joel Reynolds and Christine Wieseler (forthcoming). As of February 2021, Wilson is associate professor of philosophy at Saint Louis University.