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 …

Otis Mensah on Hip Hop, Philosophy, Access and Arts & Humanities

A discussion about Hip Hop and Philosophy and issues of Access in the Arts and Humanities 7th November 2019, 6:00pm – 7.00pmLecture Theatre 4 (LT4), Diamond Building "Sheffield’s very own Poet Laureate and Hip Hop artist, Otis Mensah, presents a lecture on the intimate relationship between Hip Hop and Philosophy; arguing that the art form …

MAP Annual Lecture by Briana Toole (CUNY): “Holding Resistance Hostage. When Resistance Is Futile”

Friday, 1st of March 2:30-4:30Hicks Building, Lecture Theatre 4This year's MAP lecture will be given by Briana Toole on the topic "Holding Resistance Hostage". The Department of Philosophy hosts the Minorities and Philosophy (MAP) annual lecture organised in conjunction with the Sheffield chapter of the MAP network, which seeks to examine and address issues of …