Ten-Herng Lai (University of Melbourne), a volunteer at the Diversity Reading List, writes in:
I am writing to promote the diversity reading list.
The diversity reading list is an organisation dedicated to promoting diversity in philosophy by collecting information on articles written by authors from diverse backgrounds, and articles discussing issues that are of a diverse nature. The organisation also has a “Reading group blueprint” program
where volunteers compile several articles fit for a reading group. Recent additions include
Statues and monuments
People and proofs
Race and aesthetics
Just to name a few. The blueprints provide invaluable opportunities for students in philosophy to discover important information outside their current curriculum.
I believe that it would be awesome if the diversity reading list can be promoted on the philosophers’ cocoon. The diversity reading list is calling for article information to be added to the organisations database, and for volunteers to compile new and useful reading lists.
I think this is a fantastic resource!
Originally appeared on The Philosophers’ Cocoon Read More