Devan Stahl

Dr. Devan Stahl is an assistant professor of religion at Baylor University. Her work focuses on the intersections of theological bioethics and disability ethics. She has worked as a clinical ethicist in tertiary hospitals and has trained as a hospital chaplain. Her latest book, Imaging and Imagining Illness: Becoming Whole in a Broken Body (Cascade Books, 2018) is an edited volume examining the power of medical images on the experience of chronic illness and disability.

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