Monthly Archives: July 2009

*CALL FOR ABSTRACTS* Feminism, Science, and Values June 25-28, 2010The University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada In June 2010, the International Association of Women Philosophers ( ) will be meeting at The University of Western Ontario. This will be … Continue reading

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Warning! This post has very little (perhaps nothing) to do with philosophy. The summer of 1969 was my summer between high school and college. I had been accepted to the American Dance Festival program at Connecticut College for Women in … Continue reading

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Getting it right: Colbert, neutrality, and Sonia Sotomayor

This is brilliant. Thanks to Sharyn Clough for sharing it on her Facebook page or I wouldn’t have seen it since I tend not to watch very much TV. Perhaps this is an oversight on my part. Watch it and … Continue reading

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AAP – Women in Philosophy

Why is it that the Australian Association of Philosophy (AAP) has prepared a report, “Improving the Participation of Women in the Philosophy Profession”, and there is no comparable report from the APA? All I can say is that it makes … Continue reading

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