Author Archives: sharon crasnow
Perhaps it is my imagination but it seems to me that the NYT has a tendency to frame stories about women, work, and family in a way that is somewhat reactionary. This morning’s story, “Coveting Not a Corner Office, but … Continue reading
Next week’s The New Yorker (January 17) has an article by David Brooks, What the science of human nature can teach us: newyorker.com. It’s actually is is an excerpt from his forthcoming book which is primarily about education, according to his description. … Continue reading
I am concerned that philosophy may be in for some bad press after the recent coverage of Jared Loughner’s syllogisms and nihilism. There was an interview with his philosophy instructor in Slate here and the NYT ran a piece on his nihilistic philosophy. … Continue reading
Thanks to a facebook friend’s post, I had the opportunity to look at some interesting photographs of philosophers taken by photographer Steve Pyke. Many of these photographs are accompanied by something that the philosopher had to say about herself, how … Continue reading
Last weekend I was at the APSA (American Political Science Association) in Washington D.C. I am currently working on philosophy of science issues in political science and so I was doing “fieldwork”. Actually, the quotes probably don’t belong there as … Continue reading
Here are some concrete suggestions for taking steps to promote, support, and increase women in philosophy! Thanks to Jenny Saul at Feminist Philosophers!
If you are in New York for the Eastern APA please join the Society for Analytical Feminism for the following session: Monday, Dec. 28, 9:00-11:00 AM Chair, Sharon Crasnow Feminism and Contemporary Popular Culture Laurie Shrage, “XX Radio – Adding … Continue reading