Following on from all the discussion lately of women not being cited and not being properly discussed when they are cited, I’ve had two discussions just today with people describing to me specific cases women publishing ideas for which men are then credited with. If you know of such cases, think about heading over to What is it Like and telling us about them (suitably anonymised).
Day: June 28, 2013
Georgia State Syllabi Experiment
Discussed in Inside Higher Ed.
Starting next year, graduate students teaching introductory-level courses in philosophy at Georgia State, who teach about half of all such sections offered, will use syllabuses that include at least 20 percent women philosophers. That’s at least double the number included on most syllabuses for the course at the university. The effort is an extension of preliminary research by Eddy Nahmias, professor of philosophy, and several of his graduate students, Toni Adleberg and Morgan Thompson, into why male and female students enroll in introductory-level courses in similar numbers but women drop out of the discipline in much greater numbers.
Read more: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2013/06/28/georgia-state-tries-new-approach-attract-more-female-students-philosophy#ixzz2XWFUsm9q
Inside Higher Ed