Aniin! She:kon! Bonjour! Welcome!
C. Dalrymple-Fraser is a PhD Candidate and Vanier Scholar in the Department of Philosophy and the Joint Centre for Bioethics at the University of Toronto. Their current research focuses on the connections between ‘silence’, resistance, and oppression in health, ethics, and epistemology, with an emphasis on trans and disabled communities.
This website is under revision. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
This summer, I will be the instructor for PHL382: Ethics: Death and Dying. The syllabus is currently being revised to better accommodate the shift to online teaching, and to better reflect the changing landscape of bioethics in response to the current pandemic. If you are interested in this course but are uncertain whether you meet the prerequisites for enrollment, or have other questions, please feel invited to email me.
Recent and upcoming events:
- Disability, Evidence, and Policy: Reappraising Research on Restricting Student Laptop Use. Ethics of Pedagogy Speaker Series. University of Toronto Centre for Ethics. Toronto, Ontario, CAN. Accepted: Peer-reviewed. February 27, 2020, 4.30-6.00pm EST.
Note: The following conferences have been canceled as preventative health measures in light of the recent pandemic. I am happy to chat about them online.
- Crooked Trees, Crooked Bodies: Disability and the Environment in the Inner Zhuangzi. Canadian Philosophical Association Annual Meeting. London, Ontario, CAN. Accepted: Peer-reviewed. June 1-4, 2020.
- Disability in the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) Standards of Care: Limitations and Recommendations. Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Meeting. Toronto, Ontario, CAN. Accepted: Peer-reviewed. June 3-5, 2020.
- Efforts to Reduce “Unnecessary Care” in Canada: Cautionary Notes. Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Meeting. Toronto, Ontario, CAN. Accepted: Peer-reviewed. June 3-5, 2020.
- Hashtag Ethics: Digital Health Narratives and the Ethics of Lurking. Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Meeting. Toronto, Ontario, CAN. Accepted: Peer-reviewed. June 3-5, 2020.