- Virginia Valian’s ’Tutorials for Change: Gender Schemas and Science Careers’ page, with transcripts of presentations and some annotated bibliographies.
- ’Reviewing Applicants: Research on Bias and Assumptions’, from the Women in Science & Engineering Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
- For a reading list and some web resources on implicit bias, stereotypes, etc., see Jenny Saul’s Implicit Bias and Philosophy website.
- Buy the APA ’Got women?’ poster, mugs, etc. here.
- Active bystander strategies, from MIT: what to do when inappropriate behaviour happens in your presence
- Some resources related to anonymous marking: NUS Connect page, with short bibliography; D. Whitelegg, ’Breaking the feedback loop: problems with anonymous assessment’ (Planet, 3 (2002); also includes a short bibliography).
- Our seminar chairing policy suggestions.
- Dave Chalmers’ ’guidelines for respectful, constructive, and inclusive philosophical discussion’.
Some suggested further reading
- J. T. Jost et al, ’The existence of implicit bias is beyond reasonable doubt: a refutation of ideological and methodological objections and executive summary of ten studies that no manager should ignore’, Research in Organizational Behavior, 29 (2009), 36-69 (you will need a university subscription to view the full article)
- K. Hutchison & F. Jenkins (eds.), Women in Philosophy: What Needs to Change? (OUP 2013)
- Louise Antony, ’Different voices or perfect storm: why are there so few women in philosophy?’, Journal of Social Philosophy, 43: 227-55
Examples of good practice
We would really like UK and Irish departments to let us know about relevant activities in their own departments that are especially distinctive or creative. Please email Helen Beebee if you have anything you think we could add here. In the meantime:
- Lots of examples, mostly from the US, from the ’What we’re doing about what it’s like’ blog