Diversity and Inclusiveness

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Non-Canonical Texts and Teaching the History of Modern Philosophy: Why We Might as Well...

by Kristopher G. Phillips There has been significant discussion of late regarding the importance of expanding the canon when discussing the early modern period. (See...
The Teaching Workshop

The Teaching Workshop: Gina Schouten on Preparing to Trust One’s Judgment

One of the best things we can do to improve our pedagogy is share and think seriously about our teaching failures--our missteps, our lost...

APA board issues post-election statement

The board of officers of the APA has voted unanimously to issue the following statement: Leading up to the United States presidential election one month...

Can Data Help Us Improve the Situation for Women in Philosophy?

by Nicole Hassoun "I feel like I am missing out," "I fear for my career if I speak up," "I am stuck in an awful place,"...

A Statement from the Committee on LGBTQ People in the Profession

by Ásta Sveinsdóttir Today, our Committee issued the following statement: To: The APA Ombudsperson, the APA Committee on Inclusiveness, the APA Chair of the Board of Officers,...

On Not Seeing in Philosophy

by Bart Schultz The brilliant young African American political philosopher Danielle Allen founded the University of Chicago Civic Knowledge Project (CKP) in 2003 in an attempt...

Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

by Alex Madva On October 8th, 2016 from 1:30 p.m. PST, in the San Diego Central Public Library, Wikipedia will host an edit-a-thon to improve the site's coverage of underrepresented...
Roundtable on “What do you do with a Philosophy Degree?"

MAP Chapter Profile: University at Albany, SUNY

by Jason D'Cruz In May 2014, I sent out the first email to gauge interest in a University at Albany Minorities and Philosophy chapter. More students...
The Teaching Workshop

The Teaching Workshop: Diversifying the Syllabus

It’s the start of a new academic year and The Teaching Workshop is back to answer your pedagogy related questions. Welcome back! Each post...
Jay Garfield (Smith) delivering the keynote address at the 2nd Annual Penn-MAP Non-western Philosophy Conference, February 26, 2016

MAP Chapter Profile: University of Pennsylvania

by Penn-MAP Penn-MAP got started in Spring 2014 as a collection of grad students who decided to get on board the wider MAP movement. With...