Resources for developing inclusive curriculum 

Indigenising Philosophy:

Resources compiled by the members of MAP, University of Melbourne chapter.

Diversity Reading List:

The DRL collects high quality texts in philosophy written by authors from under-represented groups. Their aim is to make it easier for you to find such texts and use them in your teaching. Browse, search, include, and help make philosophy a discipline of equal opportunity!

Disabled Philosophers

This blog raises awareness of disability issues within philosophy, and allows users to search for disabled philosophers by disability or by area of philosophy.

Diversity and Inclusiveness Syllabus Collection

The following syllabi have been provided to the APA's Committee on Inclusiveness in the Profession to be used as resources for those teaching philosophy to create more diverse and inclusive courses. You are welcome to reuse or adapt portions of the syllabi posted, with credit to their authors.

Best Practices for the Inclusive Philosophy Classroom

This 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.

Up Directory

Directory of Philosophers from Underrepresented Groups in Philosophy

Minorities and Philosophy

MAP’s mission is to address structural injustices in academic philosophy and to remove barriers that impede participation in academic philosophy for members of marginalized groups. Through our international organizing team and graduate student-led network of autonomous chapters around the world, we aim to examine and dismantle mechanisms that prevent students from marginalized groups from participating in academic philosophy, as well as to promote philosophical work done from marginalized perspectives, and help improve working conditions for scholars from marginalized backgrounds.

LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Questioning) Studies Databases

This guide is intended to help any faculty, graduate, or undergraduate student find resources in LGBTQ (Lesbian,Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Questioning) Studies.

Being A Philosopher of Color

This blog contains narratives of personal experiences, submitted by readers, of life in philosophy as a person of colour.




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