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Diversifying the Canon: Interview with Julia Borcherding

Julia Borcherding is currently a Bersoff Faculty Fellow in Philosophy at NYU. In the fall of 2019, she will take up a position as...

Diversifying the Canon: Interview with Andrew Janiak

Andrew Janiak is Professor and Chair of Philosophy at Duke University, where he is also a Bass Fellow. He received graduate degrees from the University...

Diversifying the Canon: Interview with Robert Sanchez

This post is part of a series of interviews dedicated to diversifying the canon. We’d love for you to share your thoughts. Please contact us via...

Diversifying the Canon: An Interview with Peter Adamson

With this post, the blog is kicking off a new series of interviews dedicated to diversifying the canon. We'd love for you to share...

Provincializing Europe in a World Philosophy Course

by Ethan Mills Most philosophers in the United States today teach their philosophy courses as if places outside of Europe and North America simply never...
Dena Schottenkirk

Teaching Outside the Classroom: Dena Shottenkirk on Think Olio

Think Olio is a New York-based interdisciplinary lecture series founded by CUNY students Chris Zumtobel and David Kurfirst in March 2015, who started with...
The Teaching Workshop

Should Philosophy Classrooms Get Gritty? (Part 2)

Welcome again to The Teaching Workshop, where your questions related to pedagogy are answered. Each post features questions submitted by readers with answers from...

The Case Against Education?

by Steven M. Cahn Princeton University Press recently published a book by the economist Bryan Caplan titled The Case Against Education: Why the Education...
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The PLATO Philosophy Fund

by Jana Mohr Lone Applications are now being accepted for the PLATO Philosophy Fund (PPF), supporting a wide range of innovative philosophy programs around the...

Issues Concerning Faculty Appointments

By Steven M. Cahn   Searching for a new colleague is rarely a smooth process. Indeed, it can intensify departmental friction or create it where none...