Blog post by Jules Holroyd and Kathy Puddifoot on “Epistemic Injusitce and Implicit Bias”

The authors of several chapters from the recently published book “An Introduction to Implicit Bias: Knowledge, Justice, and the Social Mind” (2020), edited by Erin Beeghly and Alex Madva, wrote some blog posts on their contributions for The Brains Blog!

A post co-authored by our centre-co-director Jules Holroyd, together with Kathy Puddifoot, has been published in the blog-series on the book, in which they discuss their chapter Epistemic Injustice and Implicit Bias. In their post they outline several kinds of epistemic injustice, and discuss the relation of epistemic injustice to implicit bias.

Make sure to also check out the other posts – they are on The Limitations of Implicit Bias (Susanna Siegel), The Embodied Biased Mind (Céline Leboeuf) and The Psychology of Bias. From Data to Theory (Gabbrielle Johnson).