The Royal Institute of Philosophy

The Royal Institute of Philosophy has long been active in the promotion of philosophy that is accessible to many outside the academic world, organising philosophy in schools and prisons and presenting free public conferences and lectures. The quarterly journal Philosophy is aimed at readers who are interested in philosophy without necessarily being professionally involved.

More recently the RIP has become actively committed to supporting lectures, reading groups, and other philosophical forums that promote diversity in contemporary philosophy as well as a deeper understanding of the diverse history of philosophy, currently emphasising early modern and 20th century female philosophers.

Please have a look… this is a great resource both for philosophy tutors and their students.

Oxford Conted Philosophy Tutors’ Resource

This site is set up and run by tutors for the Oxford Conted Philosophy Department to bring philosophy beyond the canon into our teaching.

RESOURCES FOR EXPANDING THE CANON:

You can subscribe to this blog for email information on workshops and conferences:Feministhistoryofphilosophy

Diversifying Syllabi Reading List and:

Diversifying Reading Lists plus twitter feed

Oxford New Histories Series About the Series

Project Vox

Sandrine Berges, Women in Philosophy

Veronique Desnain, Dangerous Women Project: Gabrielle Suchon

Christina Van Dyke, Medieval Philosophers

Podcasts from Sheffield University’s series on Women in the History of Philosophy

History of Women Philosophers and Scientists