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APA NEWSLETTER ON FEMINISM AND PHILOSOPHY
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Volume 14, Number 2, Spring 2015

Editor: Margaret A. Crouch

News from the CSW

Articles:

"Philosophy and the Non-Native Speaker Condition," Saray Ayala

"Specters of Violence," Megan M. Burke

Book Reviews:

Shelley M. Park: Mothering Queerly, Queering Motherhood  Reviewed by Sarah LaChance Adams

Sarah LaChance Adams: Mad Mothers, Bad Mothers, and What a "Good" Mother Would Do: The Ethics of Ambivalence Reviewed by Dana Belu

Clara Fischer: Gendered Readings of Change: A Feminist-Pragmatist Approach  Reviewed by Marilyn Fischer

Catriona Mackenzie, Wendy Rogers, and Susan Dodds (eds.): Vulnerability: New Essays in Ethics and Feminist Philosophy  Reviewed by Erinn Gilson

Margaret R. Holmgren: Forgiveness and Retribution: Responding to Wrongdoing  Reviewed by Hailey Huget

Susanne Lettow (ed.): Reproduction, Race, and Gender in Philosophy and the Early Life Sciences  Reviewed by Mark William Westmoreland


Volume 14, Number 1, Fall 2014
Editors: Margaret A. Crouch and Louise Collins
Articles:
"Navigating Epistemic Push Back in Feminist and Critical Race Philosophy Classes," Alison Bailey
"Uses of Multimedia Representations in Undergraduate Feminist Philosophy Courses," Crista Lebens
"Academic Pressures and Feminist Solutions: Teaching Ethics against the Grain," Kate Parsons
"State of the Union: The APA Board of Officers," Sally J. Scholz
"Mary Wollstonecraft and the Voice of Passion," Jane Duran
Book Reviews:
Peter W. Higgins: Immigration Justice Reviewed by Amandine Catala
Anne Phillips: Our Bodies, Whose Property? Reviewed by Jessica Flanigan
Hilde Lindemann: Holding and Letting Go: The Social Practices of Personal Identities Reviewed by Rita Manning
Macalester Bell: Hard Feelings: The Moral Psychology of Contempt Reviewed by Devora Shapiro
Allison Weir: Identities and Freedom: Feminist Theory between Power and Connection Reviewed by Shay Welch

Volume 13, Number 2, Spring 2014
Editor: Margaret A. Crouch
Articles:
"Creating Safe Spaces: Strategies for Confronting Implicit and Explicit Bias and Stereotype Threat in the Classroom," Lauren Freeman
"Limits to the Pursuit of Philosophy for Post-Traditional Female and Minority Students in On-Ground and Online Educational Modalities" Justin Harrison
"Humility and Feminist Philosophy," Nancy J. Holland
"How to Solve the Diversity Problem," Carmen Maria Marcous
"Best Practices for Fostering Diversity in Tenure-Track Searches," Amy Olberding, Sherri Irvin, Stephen Ellis
"An Ambivalent Ally: On Philosophical Argumentation and Diversity," Phyllis Rooney
"Philosophy's Climate Problem: A Primer," Daniel Susser

Volume 13, Number 1, Fall 2013
Editor: Margaret A. Crouch
Articles:
“Pluralism in ‘Academic Politics’: The Collateral Damage of Cronyism and Legal Aspects of Common Misconduct,” Naomi Zack
“The Dismissal of Feminist Philosophy and Hostility to Women in the Profession,” 
Erin C. Tarver 
“Is There an Obligation to Tell?,” Elizabeth Sperry 
“Moral Musings on Philosophy, Gender, and the Academic Precariat,” Clara Fischer 
“Pluralizing the Local: The Case for an Intersectional, Relational Subject in and for Feminist Philosophy,” Heather Rakes 
Book Reviews:
Christine Overall: Why Have Children? The Ethical Debate Reviewed by Shelley Tremain


Volume 12, Number 1, Fall 2012

Editor: Margaret A. Crouch
Articles:
"Teaching Globally: Using Global Feminisms in a Variety of Contexts," Jane Duran
"Teaching 'Philosophy of Feminism' from a Global Perspective," Gail Presbey
"Constructing Philosophical Worlds: Theorizing Through a Latin American Lens," Stephanie Rivera Berruz
"Embodied Affective Experience in Saba Mahmood's Politics of Piety: Reformulating Agency for an Inclusive Transnational Feminism," Fulden Ibrahimhakkioglu
Book Reviews:
Charlotte Witt: The Metaphysics of Gender, Reviewed by Peter Higgins
Janet Kourany: Philosophy of Science after Feminism, Reviewed by Joanne Waugh


Volume 11, Number 2, Spring 2012

Editor: Margaret A. Crouch
Articles:
   Janet A. Kourany, "Sexual Harassment in the Academy: Opening the Discussion"
   Margaret A. Crouch, "Benevolent Sexism, Implicit Bias, and Sexual Harassment in the Academy"
   Kathryn Forbes, "Growing Their Profession, Interpreting the Law: Human Resources and the Management of Sexual Harassment
         Complaints in the University"
   Janet Slagter, "Tracking Audit Culture: Sexual Harassment Policy, Faculty Governance, and 'Transormation' in the Corporatized University"
   Jeanine Weekes Shroer, "Campus as Community: A Better Approach to Sexual Harassment Policy"
   Bonnie Mann, "Creepers, Flirts, Heroes, and Allies: Four Theses on Men and Sexual Harassment"
   Anonymous, "Notes from the Underground: Observations of a First Year Philosophy Graduate Student"


Volume 11, Number 1, Fall 2011
 
Editor: Christina M. Bellon
Articles:
    Margaret Urban Walker, “Why So Stuck?”
    Peggy DesAutels, “Is the Climate Any Warmer for Women in Philosophy?”
    Linda Martin Alcoff, “A Call for Climate Change”
    Michelle Saint, “Women, the Profession, and the Blogs”
    Rae Langton, “Women in Philosophy: An Australian Initiative"
Book Reviews:
    Lauren Rosewarne: Cheating on the Sisterhood: Infidelity and Feminism, Reviewed by Celina M. Bragagnolo
    Wendy Lynn Lee: Contemporary Feminist Theory and Activism: Six Global Issues, Reviewed by Margaret Crouch
    Kate Gilhuly: The Feminine Matrix of Sex and Gender in Classical Athens, Reviewed by Lisa A. Wilkinson
    Sarah Ahmed: The Promise of Happiness, Reviewed by Ami Harbin
    Brook A. Ackerly: Universal Human Rights in a World of Difference, Reviewed by Jane Mummery
    Christine de Pizan: The Book of Peace, Reviewed by Sarah Tyson


Editor until Spring 2016
Margaret Crouch 
Editor of the Newsletter on Feminism and Philosophy 
mcrouch@emich.edu





Editor beginning Fall 2016

Serena Parekh
Editor of the Newsletter on Feminism and Philosophy








HYPATIA: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy

Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy

Hypatia is a forum for cutting edge work in feminist philosophy. Since its inception in the mid-1980s, Hypatia has been a catalyst for broadening and refining feminist philosophy as well as an invaluable resource for those who teach in this area. Feminist philosophy arises out of diverse traditions and methods within philosophy and is also richly interdisciplinary in orientation.

Hypatia’s commitment to the development of feminist philosophy entails that, in all its policies and practices, Hypatia actively reflect and engage the diversity within feminism itself, the diverse experiences and situations of women, and the diverse forms that gender takes across the globe. Promoting diversity within feminist philosophy and philosophy in general is thus one of Hypatia’s core objectives.

The editors are committed to publishing articles that are broadly accessible. Hypatia serves as a resource for the wider women's studies community, for philosophers generally, and for all those interested in philosophical issues raised by feminism.

Hypatia reviews are now available online at Hypatia Reviews Online
 












HYPATIA: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy 
Essays on the Place of Women in the Profession of Philosophy
Edited by Ann E. Cudd

Hypatia has just published a new Virtual Issue: an open access, online collection of articles on women in philosophy published by Hypatia over the years, assembled by Hypatia co-editor, Ann Cudd.  This virtual issue brings together essays published over a twenty-year time span that address the question of women’s place in the profession of philosophy. It includes essays about women in the history of philosophy; empirical studies of the numbers of women at various stages in their careers; analytical essays about why women, including specifically women of color, are not reaching parity with white men in the profession; and what women are doing to change the representation of women in philosophy. By highlighting this important research, the virtual issue will contribute to the groundswell of efforts to make philosophy a more welcoming place for diverse people and ideas, thereby also improving the quality of philosophical thought.

Read the issue here.
The introduction can be found here.

In addition, the excellent paper, "Quantifying the Gender Gap," by Molly Paxton, Carrie Figdor and Valerie Tiberius, will appear as a "Musing" in the Fall issue of Hypatia (27.4), and has just been published online, on EarlyView. 
Read this article on EarlyView
For Hypatia news and alerts, check out the new mobile app, "Philosophy Spotlight." It's sponsored by Wiley-Blackwell and features Hypatia, among a number of other WB Philosophy journals. 
It's available for free download here


APA Best Practices in Journal Publishing

The May 2012 issue of the APA Proceedings ( Vol. 85, No. 5) includes a statement on Best Practices for Journals on pp. 59-63, which we excerpt here for those who cannot access the Publications available on the Members Only site of APAonline.  

This was drafted by many members including those on the Committee on the Status and Future of the Profession, and journal editors such as Thom Brooks and Carol Gould, and includes the following sections:

I Guidelines for Journals

II Guidelines for Authors

III Guidelines for Referees

IV Editorial Practices Related to Copyright and Publication.


While you're at it, please feel free to also check out the APA Handbook on Placement Practices.











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