Oxford Conted Philosophy Tutors’ Resource

This blog is set up and run by tutors for the Oxford Conted Philosophy department to introduce philosophy beyond the received canon. This will include female philosophers whose contributions have not been generally recognized as well as better-known philosophers whose work may not be getting the attention it deserves. We will be including philosophers of colour, philosophers working in non-Western traditions, and philosophers working in areas of philosophy not yet integrated into the curriculum. There will also be posts related to teaching established philosophers in ways that reflect the wider social world.
Please title your contributions with the name of the philosopher or topic within philosophy.

 

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One thought on “Oxford Conted Philosophy Tutors’ Resource

  1. Hello Rachel,

    Thanks for setting this up!

    There is a new website for OUP’s New Histories in Philosophy Series = https://www.oxford-new-histories.com/ – see https://www.oxford-new-histories.com/volumes-in-the-works/ for what is forthcoming.

    This website – https://historyofwomenphilosophers.org/ecc/#hwps – has information about some women philosophers, listed alphabetically. See also https://historyofwomenphilosophers.org/events/.

    A History of Women’s Political Thought in Europe, 1700-1800 (Cambridge, 2014) would be a useful addition to the Enlightenment Philosophy page:
    https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/history-of-womens-political-thought-in-europe-17001800/07CCD525D4F2F7845B81185094F38561

    Lots of wide-ranging material here: https://diversifyingsyllabi.weebly.com/reading-list.html

    Meade

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