Diversity Reading List is an excellent resource, which aims to help philosophers include authors from under-represented groups on our reading lists. I’ve used it for various modules I teach, including one on aesthetics. Not only has it helped me diversify my reading list, it’s also introduced me to interesting new topics I might not have come across if I’d stuck to just including the usual suspects, as well as excellent work on the standard issues by authors I might not otherwise have read.
The site has recently been overhauled, thanks to a grant from the British Society of Aesthetics. The site now has a cleaner, more streamlined appearance, has been designed to be viewed more easily on mobile devices, is more accessible, easier to search and to share on social media. Have a look and see what you think!
And a big thank you to Project Manager Simon Fokt, and Assistant Project Managers Alison Toop and Andrea Blomqvist for all their work on the site.