- ‘Is feminist philosophy too. . .?’: Part 1
- ‘Is feminist philosophy too. . .?’: Part 2
- 11 thoughts on “Resources related to climate”
- Alcoff on Junot Diaz, Me Too, and Intersectionality
- Feminist Philosophers
(This blog is no longer running, but contains some excellent interviews with professional philosophers, many of which are members of underrepresented groups in philosophy)
- Some reflections on feminist philosophy
- What to do when women talk less
What We’re Doing About What It’s Like:
(Making Things Better for Women in Philosophy)
New & Noteworthy
Undergraduate major awarded the Koury Walker First-Generation Student Summer ScholarshipXudong Ma, a double major in philosophy and linguistics, has been selected as a recipient of the Koury Walker First-Generation Student Summer Scholarship for his research on 'Reference and Variability of Semantics' under the supervision of...
We regret to announce the passing of Emeritus Professor Frederic J. SchickProfessor Schick worked on decision theory, philosophy of action, and philosophy of economics. He is the author of, among other things, Understanding Action: An Essay on Reasons (1991), Making Choices: A Recasting of Decision Theory (1997), and Ambiguity...
Undergraduate major to present at the 2023 Eastern Division Meeting of the APAJake Khawaja to give a Symposium at the 2023 Eastern APA "My paper Rationalizing the Principal Principle for Non-Humean Chance. The paper is about the intersection of two questions. (1) what is the right way to think about the metaphysics of objective...
Alex Guerrero and Denise Dykstra recognized for contributions to Undergraduate EducationProfessor Guerrero and Denise Dykstra received the 2022 School of Arts and Sciences Award for their Distinguished Contributions to Undergraduate Education Each year, awards for Distinguished Contributions to Undergraduate Education are given to...
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Alex Guerrero Awarded 2022 Lebowitz Prize2022 Lebowitz Prize Awarded to Philosophers Cristina Lafont and Alex Guerrero The American Philosophical Association (APA) and the Phi Beta Kappa Society (PBK) are pleased to announce that Dr. Cristina Lafont, Harold H. and Virginia Anderson...
Alum Eddy Chen wins Popper PrizeRecent Ph.D. Eddy Chen, now an assistant professor at UCSD, has won the British Journal for the Philosophy of Science’s Popper Prize, for best article [Quantum Mechanics in a Time-Asymmetric Universe: On the Nature of the Initial Quantum State]...
Rutgers Summer Institute for Diversity in PhilosophyRutgers Summer Institute for Diversity in Philosophy Profile by Mercedes Diaz & Maryellen Stohlman-Vanderveen March 16, 2022 Rutgers Summer Institute for Diversity in Philosophy is a seven-day program on the Rutgers University Campus in New...