Jaimie Smith-Windsor

Jaimie Smith-Windsor is an emerging writer whose work integrates contemporary and postmodern political thought, critical disability theory, and feminist bioethics, in order to approach contemporary issues in bioethics and biopolitics. Her research and writing spans issues related to contemporary biomedical ethics, biotechnology, new reproductive technologies, gender and medicine, disability, and illness. Smith-Windsor is currently working on her first full-length book titled When the Baby Breaks: Exposing the Nerves of Neonatal Bioethics, a critical reflection on the ambiguous and anxious world of neonatal medicine. She currently lives with her family on the border of the Prince Albert National Park in Saskatchewan.