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 …

Climate Futures Initiative-Workshop. Bridging Gaps of Affluence, Nation and Time

Our centre-member Megan Blomfield is giving a talk at the Summer Online Workshop of the Climate Futures Initiative at Princeton Univeristy, which is taking place in August! "The workshop will be online and asynchronous. Twelve authors will provide works-in-progress (WIPs) to registered attendees, including several special invited guests. These WIPs can take the form of …

Blog-article on “Sub-optimal health” by centre member Lijiaozi Cheng

Our centre member Lijiaozi (Cheer) Cheng has published an article entitled "What is Sub-Optimal Health?" on The Polyphony. Conversatoins across the Medical Humanities. In her article, she talks about her discovery and the genealogy of the term "suboptimal health" in the context of Chinese medicine, how it fits with existing concepts of health, how we …

Center Member Max Khan Hayward on how “Cummings is bringing us closer to a zero-trust society”

A while back, at the beginning of June, our center member Max Khan Hayward had an article published in politics.co.uk. In the introduction to his article, Max writes: "Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings won a referendum and an election by importing Donald Trump's divisive politics to Britain. Now they're mired in the same anti-elite rhetoric …

Hypathia Reading List, APA-blog “Black Issues in Philosophy” and “The Ethics of Black Lives Matter” video series

Marking Juneteenth, the feminst philosophy journal Hypathia, has decided to contribute a two part curated online issue, "featuring previously published work by Black feminist scholars, which is made available freely, without subscription." The first part of the issue highlights Black feminists’ reflections on the discipline of philosophy. Check it out here! The second part is …

Posts on Racial Justice, Anti-Racist Action for Philosophers and Solidarity on The Philosophers’ Cocoon

The Philosophers' Cocoon is currently publishing a series of posts on racial justice, asking what anti-racist actions philosophers can take. It includes a post referencing passages of Myisha Cherry's new paper "Solidarity Care: How to Take Care of Each Other in Times of Struggle"; one written by Johnathan Flowers on "How do we support Black …

A few articles, inputs and resources about racism and racial injustice

The following list (in no particular order) is by no means exhaustive, it only links to a few articles and other blog-posts worth reading in the context of the current situation. If you have further readings you would like to recommend, you can always get in touch with us! Jstor has published a Syllabus on …