Bryce Huebner has created a feminist philosophy wiki to which he invites everyone to add themselves, describing what they’re working on, topics they supervise, etc. A few of us have filled in a bit for ourselves to get it started. If this gets widely used, it could become a really wonderful resource. So obviously I hope that it will get widely used! Bryce writes:
I would really like this to be the sort of resource where people can go to see what people are working on everywhere and to get a feel for the sorts of issues that they are likely to find people working on in each department where there is a feminist philosophy contingent.
I would also ask you to request that people play nice with one another on the wiki, and especially that they not delete other people’s hard work. This is intended as a useful and non-judgmental resource. I am hoping to be able to include feminist philosophers of all types and stripes, and I hope that everyone can contribute in an open and productive way.
Finally, I would also ask you to mention that people should be sure to modify the “home page” and to add a link to their department once they have updated that page. This process is incredibly simple, and it basically requires typing the name of the department and then clicking to add a link–the link should show up nearly automatically unless I have neglected to add a department. I have tried to add a huge list of departments as I am the only one who can do so, but I have also noted that I am willing to add any others that I may have missed (I tried to add everything from Leiter’s list of feminist friendly departments and from the Pluralist guide–though I may well have missed some).
So if you do feminist philosophy, do go add yourself! I’m excited to watch this grow.