St. Louis, Missouri, United States of America

Jill B. Delston has interests in social and political philosophy, normative ethical theory, applied ethics with a special emphasis on bioethics, and ancient Greek philosophy. Her monograph, out now with Lexington Books, is entitled, Medical Sexism: Contraception Access, Reproductive Medicine, and Health Care. Delston is the co-editor of a textbook entitled Applied Ethics: A Multicultural Approach, Eds. 5 and 6. She has won UMSL's Legendary Triton Award (2015-2016), the Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award (2018), the College of Arts and Sciences NTT Faculty Member of the Year (2019), and is a University of Missouri System Presidential Engagem…

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