The British Philosophical Association and Society for Women in Philosophy (UK) have launched their Good Practice Scheme. The scheme aims to assist UK Philosophy Departments, learned societies and journals in ensuring that they have policies and procedures in place that encourage the representation of women in philosophy.
Philosophical Spaces: Answering questions about how to improve the professional environment of philosophy (blog)
New York Times Opinionator, The Stone, Five Commentaries on Women in Philosophy, September 2-6, 2013
Sally Haslanger, Linda Martín Alcoff, Rae Langton, Louise Antony, and Peg O'Connor
NPR, Name Five Women in Philosophy. Bet You Can't, June 17, 2013
What is Implicit Bias?
Counteracting Implicit Bias
Philosophical Implications of Implicit Bias
What is Stereotype Threat?
Counteracting Stereotype Threat
Philosophical Implications of Stereotype Threat
Addressing Sexual Harassment: "Stop Thinking (So Much) about 'Sexual Harassment'", Paper by Jennifer Saul.
Prove it Again!
Increasing Numbers of Women Undergraduate Majors: Lessons from STEM fields
"Retaining Undergraduate Women in Science, Math, and Engineering: A Model Program", Paper by Carol B. Muller and Mary L. Pavone
"What Works for Women in Undergraduate Physics?" A paper by Barbara Whitten, Suzanne R. Foster, and Margaret L. Duncombe
Why Babies Matter in Academia
How to Change Workplace Cultures on Parenting
Keeping Women in the Academic Pipeline
Role Models and Mentors
Changing the Ideology and Culture of Philosophy: Not by Reason (Alone): Sally Haslanger, Hypatia 23:2 (April-June, 2008): 210-223.
Are We Breaking the Ivory Ceiling? Women and Minorities in Philosophy: Presentation by Sally Haslanger
Facts and Figures
Barriers to Women in Philosophy
The BPA/SWIP Mentoring Scheme