WITHIN GRADUATE PROGRAMS
In Northwestern University’s Department of Philosophy, WiPhi (Women into Philosophy , founded in 2011, is a group of women students and faculty from all levels of the department who gather to socialize, read, discuss, sponsor and participate in events, and exchange common philosophical interests and concerns.
BEYOND GRADUATE SCHOOL
The International Association of Women Philosophers (IAPh)
is a professional association and network that provides a forum for
discussion, interaction and cooperation among women engaged in teaching
and research in all aspects of philosophy, with a particular emphasis on
The Society for Women in Philosophy (SWIP), founded
in 1972 to promote women in philosophy, holds divisional meetings,
meetings in conjunction with those of the American Philosophical
Association, and publishes newsletters. Its web page contains links to
resources on women in philosophy, feminist philosophy, and related
The Women in Philosophy Task Force (WPHTF) is an umbrella group that works to coordinate initiatives and intensify efforts to advance women in philosophy.