Kibbe, Bryan, and Paul J. Ford. 2016. “What’s Knowledge Got to Do With It?: Ethics, Epistemology, and Intractable Conflicts in the Medical Setting.” Journal of Clinical Ethics 27 (4).

Kibbe, Bryan, Patrick Schmitt, and Paul J. Ford. 2015. “An Ethicist’s Scope of Practice: Equipping Stakeholders for Closure.” American Journal of Bioethics 15 (1): 37-38.

Book Chapters

Book cover of Ethics Aging and SocietyKibbe, Bryan. “Aging and Disasters.” In Holstein, Martha, Jennifer Parks, and Mark Waymack. Ethics, Aging, and Society. New York: Springer Publishing, 2011. 255-279.

  • Reviewed in Network: The Newsletter for Certified Family Life Educators of the National Council on Family Relations (Summer 2011) by Marcie Parker
  • Reviewed in PsycCritiques (March 14, 2012; Volume 57, Release 11, Article 8) by John Edward Ruark

Book Review Essays

Kibbe, Bryan. 2016. Review of Feminist Phenomenology and Medicine (ed. by Kristin Zeiler and Lisa Folkmarson Kall). International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics. 9 (2): 219-223.

Kibbe, Bryan. 2015. “In the Bodies and Labours of Women.” (An essay and review of Ethics at the Beginning of Life by James Mumford). Comment Magazine. September. 52-57.

Kibbe, Bryan. 2014. “Status Update: Learning to Live with Complexity After ‘It’s Complicated.’” (A review of Living with Complexity by Donald Norman). Techne 18(3): 243-247.

Kibbe, Bryan. 2013. “Apocalyptic Reading in a Technological World: Why We Need Jacques Ellul Today.” (An essay and review of Understanding Jacques Ellul by Jeffrey Greenman, Read Mercer Schuchardt, and Noah J. Toly). Comment Magazine (online). July 19.