A reader asks:
I am looking for information about lists of resources for including woman and people of color in classes on 20th century “continental” philosophy. I put that in scare quotes simply because the list need not be (should not be?) restricted geographically- people who work(ed) in say, Latin America or the Caribbean but with ideas we might identify with continental thinking should be included. I have a decent list going just off the top of my head both of philosophers working at the time, and philosophers who discuss their work now, but would appreciate input from this group or direction to other already developed resources- lists of names or works, presentations, videos etc. My list is being developed as a way of making clear to my department that it is in fact quite possible to include women and people of color in this course.