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A Bright Diversity Idea from Naomi Zack

by Naomi Zack Administrators in higher education are often ahead of faculty in understanding the need for greater demographic diversity on campus. However, often their...

Engaging children and teens with philosophy

Sharon Kaye is Professor in the Department of Philosophy at John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University...

Applying to Grad School: What should I say in my Personal Statement?

by Geoff Pynn As the graduate adviser for my department's terminal MA program at NIU, I answer a lot of questions about applying to PhD...

MARGY: Up and Running

David Faraci and Graham Leach-Krouse are pleased to announce that MARGY, a free management system for confidential letters of recommendation, is up and running for the 2017...

Nominations are now open for APA leadership positions

The American Philosophical Association is now accepting nominations for APA leadership positions for terms beginning July 1, 2018. Visit the online nominations system. There will be...

Reflections on Chairing a Philosophy Department at Mid-Career (Part 2)

by Ronald Robles Sundstrom This is the second of a two-post series on this subject by Ronald Robles Sundstrom. See here for last week’s post....

Reflections on Chairing a Philosophy Department at Mid-Career (Part 1)

By Ronald Robles Sundstrom This is the first of two posts on the same subject by Ronald Robles Sundstrom. The second post will be published...

Recommendations: How Can We Advance Open Access In The Humanities?

by Peter Suber This is the third and final post in the Open Access in the Humanities series, a slightly revised reprint of Peter Suber’s...

Why Is Open Access Moving So Slowly In The Humanities?

by Peter Suber This is the second post in our new series on Open Access in the Humanities, a slightly revised reprint of Peter Suber's 2004...

Open Access in the Humanities: What is Open Access?

by Peter Suber This is the first post in our new series on Open Access in the Humanities. It’s a slightly revised reprint of Peter...