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Minorities and Philosophy Website

The MAP network website offers a host of incredible resources on all aspects of equality, diversity, and inclusion, from reading lists and published papers to identity-specific organisations and practice guides. Follow the links below to explore some of our favourite resources MAP has to offer:

  • Society for Philosophy and Disability
    A non-profit educational organization dedicated to furthering research and teaching on philosophical issues related to disability and to promoting inclusiveness and support for people with disabilities in philosophical education and in the profession of philosophy.
  • Bias Project
    A multidisciplinary research project comprised of philosophers, psychologists, and policy professionals that seeks to address the implications of implicit biases against members of marginalised groups.
  • Crowd-sourced Suggestions for Anti-Racist Work that Departments Can Do
    A collaborative document created by Dee Payton with feedback from the broader MAP community containing suggestions for addressing and dismantling structural racism in academic departments.
  • Trans in Academia Blog
    A blog describing various aspects of the trans experience within academia, from presenting at conferences to transitioning during a PhD.

Diversity Reading List

The 'Diversity Reading List' collects and offers access to high-quality philosophical texts written by authors from underrepresented and minoritized groups. Stay up to date with DRL on their TwitterLink opens in a new window.

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Make the Most of Feedback Opportunities

Check out this documentLink opens in a new window for information on how to take advantage of the many feedback opportunities across the department.

MAP 2020 Statement towards the Black Lives Matter movement

In response to the fatal police brutality suffered by George Floyd, and similar acts of violence committed against BIPOC individuals across the globe, MAP offers the following statement: MAP BLM Statement 2020Link opens in a new window


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