Putting together a database of work by women
May 9, 2011 § 1 Comment
I’d like to draw attention to a really wonderful resource put together by the Australasian Association of Philosophy’s Standing Committee for Women in the Profession. This data base, Women’s Works (http://women.aap.org.au/papers/index.html), is a resource for anyone teaching undergraduate courses (or indeed, graduate ones!) who wants to include more works by women on their syllabus. Papers are all authored by women and can be searched by title, author, or – fantastically! – philosophical area, so that it’s easy to get a gender-balanced reading list.