This website is the result of an inter-departmental effort, started by MAP, to create an easily accessible launching pad for teachers who want to make their philosophy classrooms more inclusive.
The website offers methods for increasing inclusiveness in the classroom and for decreasing the effects of biases more generally. It includes the results of research about minority groups in philosophy. It also lists resources for teachers of philosophy who are committed to including in their syllabi readings about issues often overlooked in philosophy classrooms and readings written by philosophers belonging to groups that are typically under-represented in professional philosophy.
We would like this website to grow. If you know of a good resource, such as a database of philosophy that would be useful for syllabus diversification, or if you would like to suggest additions to our classroom, research, or biases pages, please get in touch with us at email@example.com! We look forward to hearing from you.
- Anthologies and other resources for diverse syllabi
- Methods for student discussion and participation
- Grading methods
- Empirical results on what causes or hinders diversity
This website is brought to you by the team of: Louise Daoust, Rochelle Duford, Bihui Li, Catherine Mathie Smith, and Morgan Kelsey Thompson.