Query from a reader

S writes:

Dear colleagues,

I am teaching philosophy at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain), and I need some help in order to elaborate syllabi where women’s works appear. My aim is to follow Jennifer Saul’s recommendations in her “Unsconscious Bias and Women in Philosophy”. She proposes, amongst other things, including women’s works in syllabi, so stereotype threat can be reduced.
It is difficult to have access to women’s works, and that is why I am posting here. I would appreciate it if someone can suggest me women’s works on the following areas:

– general introductions to moral issues, free will, personal identity and the mind-body problem
– general introductions to philosophy of language
– embodied cognition
– the extended mind thesis

Thank you very much for your attention.

Post your suggestions in comments!