Sponsors

University of Leeds – 2015, Initial development grant, School of Philosophy, Religion and the History of Science Strategic Funding Scheme

American Society for Aesthetics – 2015, Curriculum Diversification Grant

British Philosophical Association – 2015-2018, Project Development Funding

Society for Applied Philosophy – 2015, Grant to expand the applied philosophy section of the list

University of Edinburgh – 2015-16, Principal’s Teaching Award Scheme to expand the metaphysics, mind and science sections of the list.

EIDYN, Edinburgh Centre for Epistemology, Mind and Normativity – from 2016, Continuous Development Funding

University of Sheffield – 2017, Petrie Watson Grant

 

Supporters

Daily Nous – a blog which provides information and news for and about the philosophy profession.

Discrimination and Disadvantage – a blog which offers a space for philosophical reflection on various kinds of disadvantage as well as discussion of such disadvantage within the philosophical community.

Edinburgh Women in Philosophy Group and Blog – a group working to raise awareness of the many disputes and debacles that currently surround the status of women and minorities in academic philosophy, and to provide support for female faculty and postgraduates.

Feminist History of Philosophy – a forum for the exchange of ideas, conference calls for papers, information on publications, and a community of academic philosophers who do history of philosophy from a feminist perspective.

Feminist Philosophers – a blog aiming to help feminist philosophers keep up with philosophically relevant facts and examples.

Indigenous Philosophy Group – a group aiming to support and promote diverse indigenous philosophical scholarship in education.

Minorities And Philosophy and Minorities And Philosophy UK – a worldwide network of students based in English-speaking philosophy departments that aims to facilitate the participation of members from underrepresented groups in academic philosophy.

 

Related Projects

Best Practices for the Inclusive Philosophy Classroom – an easily accessible launching pad for teachers who want to make their philosophy classrooms more inclusive.

Diversifying Syllabi – a compilation of philosophical texts on a variety of topics, written by diverse practitioners, and appropriate for undergraduate courses. tried and tested by the “Diversifying Syllabi 101” summer reading group at Georgetown University.

Heterodox Academy – A politically diverse group of social scientists and other scholars who want to improve their academic disciplines, and focus on the problems related to the loss or lack of “viewpoint diversity.”

Project VOX – a project seeking to recover the lost voices of women who have been ignored in standard narratives of the history of modern philosophy, with an aim to change those narratives, thereby changing what students around the world learn about philosophy’s history.

The UP Directory – The UPDirectory publicizes information about philosophers who are members of traditionally underrepresented groups in philosophy. The purpose of the directory is to provide an easy-to-use resource for anyone who wants to learn more about the work of philosophers who belong to underrepresented groups within the discipline.

The Deviant Philosopher – A database of straightforward, easy-to-use resources for philosophy instructors to make it easy to incorporate philosophy from outside the mainstream.