Diversity and Inclusiveness

Trans Experience in Philosophy

by Perry Zurn In our contemporary moment, there is a clash between the increased political and cultural legibility of trans people (signaled by the visibility...
“We need diversity in philosophy because you probably don’t know who Alain Leroy Locke is.” – Terron Davis

MAP Chapter Profile: Brooklyn College at the City University of New York

by Jesi Taylor Our first event of the 2015/2016 academic year was a lecture by professor Tom Digby of Springfield College. He discussed his book...

The Inclusion Problem in Epistemology: The Case of the Gettier Cases (2 of 3)

Post Two of Three (Post 1) The contemporary engagement with Gettier’s counterexamples builds off of Gettier’s actual discussion. So, it will be useful to rehearse...

The Inclusion Problem in Epistemology: The Case of the Gettier Cases (1 of 3)

Post One of Three by Anand Jayprakash Vaidya In my prior posts on philosophy of mind, and critical thinking, I have used the phrase “the inclusion...

“Philosophy for Children in the Borderlands,” an 18-minute, bilingual documentary funded by an APA...

University of Texas at El Paso Assistant Professor Amy Reed-Sandoval is executive producer of the documentary funded by the American Philosophical Association through a Diversity...

MAP Chapter Profile: University of California Santa Barbara

by Sherri Lynn Conklin The MAP Chapter at UCSB was founded in Spring 2014 by a group of primarily first and second year PhD students. Today...

The Diotima Problem: Women Philosophers in Classical Antiquity

by Peter Adamson As someone who is devoted to studying the history of philosophy without any gaps, I have gotten rather interested in the subject...
Faculty mentors (Ruth Chang, Sarah McGrath, Elizabeth Harman and L.A. Paul) sitting at a conference table discussing the pros and cons of graduate school to an audience of undergraduates.

MAP Chapter Profile: Princeton

by Sukaina Hirji Princeton's MAP chapter ran a number of events this year, one of which was a workshop called Compass. The workshop was two-day...
“Faces of Philosophy”: the poster our chapters receive on joining MAP, designed by Renee Bolinger (USC).

MAP: An Introduction

by Yena Lee Minorities and Philosophy (MAP) began in 2013 as a handful of grad students who wanted to discuss issues related to diversity in...

A Serious Proposal to the Professors

by Jesi Taylor The applicant pool for Philosophy department faculty positions, makeup of graduate Philosophy cohorts, and undergraduate Philosophy enrollment statistics depend on the existence...