New addition to our “Links”-List and defenitely worth a close look: Biopolitical Philosophy

On our “Links”-page, you can now find a link to the blog “Biopolitical Philosophy“, which provides “up-to-date information and cutting-edge critical analysis of biopolitical asymmetries and other mechanisms and effects of power in philosophy and beyond”. The Blog was started in 2019 by Melinda Hall and Shelley Tremain, and aims, among other things, to

  • showcase “the insights of members of underrepresented constituencies in philosophy and work done in marginalized areas of specialization”
  • “offers a venue for disabled and other underrepresented and marginalized philosophers to gain the experience and skills required to both engage in philosophical discussion and contribute to the profession of philosophy more generally”
  • and is home to “Dialogues on Disability“, a series of interviews with disabled philosophers and posts on a monthly basis, which has been running since 2015.

Check out the website, look through the interesting posts and interviews! You will not be disappointed.