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Alison Wylie 2013’s Distinguished Woman Philosopher May 14, 2013

Filed under: Uncategorized — KateNorlock @ 3:46 pm

The Society of Women in Philosophy has chosen Prof. Alison Wylie to be the recipient of the award for 2013.  Wylie will be honored at the traditional panel session held by SWIP at the Eastern APA in honor of the DWP award winner.  Readers may be familiar with Wylie’s scholarship in philosophy of science, feminism, and standpoint theory, her sundry successful efforts to mentor women in the field, her service to Canadian and American philosophical organizations, or her recently concluded editorship of Hypatia which involved many of her own initiatives.  I could go on!  Congratulations, Alison, and see you in Baltimore at the session in your honor!


5 Responses to “Alison Wylie 2013’s Distinguished Woman Philosopher”

  1. jennysaul Says:

    Excellent news, and so very deserved!

  2. Kathryn Says:

    Seconded! Congrats, and a hearty thank you for all she does, to Alison!

  3. annejjacobson Says:

    O good! She is someone to be proud of.

  4. Dominic McIver Lopes Says:

    Congratulations, on behalf of the Pacific Division!

  5. Congratulations, Alison, well-deserved!

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