Center for Bioethics and Social Sciences in Medicine from University of Michigan.
Center for Bioethics from University of Pennsylvania.
Center for Ethics and Humanties in the Life Sciences from Michigan State University.
End of Life/Palliative Education Resource Center from the Medical College of Wisconsin.
The Hastings Center - a nonpartisan research institution dedicated to bioethics and the public interest since 1969.
Markkula Center for Applied Ethics includes several resources in a variety of subdisciplines, including Bioethics.
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List of Academic Black Philosophers (As with any list there are going to be mistakes, or typos. This list originally appeared in Wikipedia under the title List of African American Philosophers. Names have been added, and when known, information filled in regarding birth dates, schools, and area of interests). AOS could be different or changed than what posted here, the original list was accessed in 2011.
Business Ethics A Research Guide by Kate Pittsley, Business Librarian @ Eastern Michigan University. Includes databases, journals, organizations, and more.
The Institute for Business and Professional Ethics from DePaul University.
Markkula Center for Applied Ethics consists of several resources in a variety of subdisciplines, including Business Ethics.
Center for Environmental Philosophy affiliated with the University of North Texas.
Environmental Ethics from Lawrence M. Hinman, Professor University of San Diego.
International Society for Environmental Ethics includes bibliographies, research works, issues in focus, the profession and a much more.
The Ethics Education Library : From the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), this website seeks "to connect people interested in developing new and interesting ethics training methods and programs, to disseminate best practices and tools that have already been developed, and to ultimately foster the creation of new methods and programs for teaching students about ethical issues inherent in research and practice." This is a great place for a general overview all applied ethics resources.
Center for Global Development : think tank with mission to "...practical, creative solutions to the challenges that global interdependence poses to the developing countries, starting with debt."
Distributive Justice : internet game on distribution of goods.
New APPS: Art, Politics, Philosophy, Science : "a group blog with people from all over the map."
Public Reason : a blog for political philosophers : title says it all.
Jennifer Saul. "Women in Philosophy": in the The Philosophers Magazine posted October, 16, 2012.
APA Report: The status of women in philosophy, April 2007: (From Berit Brogaard Blog).
Core Lists in Women's Studies: Philosophy: (Lisa Roberts, ACRL) click on Search the collection and then search specific terms, or click on the philosophy box.
Core readings in philosophy by female authors for undergraduates: Dynamic Googledoc.
Feminist History of Philosophy: "Forum in which we could exchange ideas, conference call for papers, advertise new publications, in brief a place where we can start building a community of academic philosophers who do history of philosophy from a feminist perspective."
Feminist Philosophers Blog: What the blog is about: Feminist philosophy, more than most areas of philosophy, needs to be informed by real-world information and examples. One of our goals is to help feminist philosophers keep up with philosophically relevant facts and examples. Of course, there’s far more than we could ever hope to cover, but at least this is a start.
Feminist Philosophy by Department Wiki: started in February 2012. Goal is an attempt to improve the available opportunities for people who are interested in feminist philosophy.
Groups for Women in Philosophy: see the lengthy list provided by Women in Philosophy Task Force.
Journals that are feminist and philosophy friendly for article submission: from a survey by the Feminist Philosophers blog. (update April 2013)
Knowledge and Experience: Feminist Theory, Philosophy of Science, Environmental Philosophy: includes statistical data on women in philosophy (though some are not very current) and blog.
Philosophy of Law Syllabus & Diversity: from Feminist Philosophers.
Pluralist's Guide to Philosophy Programs:
From the website: You’ll find here a survey of expert opinion on the best places to study select sub-fields of philosophy. Our aim is to provide students and their mentors with some informed, crowd-sourced ideas about two things: 1) where any student might productively cultivate an interest in American Philosophy, Continental Philosophy, Critical Philosophy of Race and Ethnicity, Feminist Philosophy, and GLBT Studies; and 2) where students from traditionally under-represented populations might reasonably expect to find a welcoming environment (as much as philosophers, or graduate programs, are ever welcoming). This site is totally independent of any philosophical organizations.
Reading list for Non-Western Feminist Philosophy: from "Because we're still oppressed" blog.
Society for Analytical Feminism: official society of the American Philosophical Association, and was founded at the Central Division APA meetings in 1991.
Tenured/tenure-track faculty women @ 98 U.S. doctoral progams in philosophy (updated 12/20/2011)
What is it Like to be a Woman in Philosophy? A project of the Women in Philosophy Task Force.
Women in Philosophy of Logic and Philosophical Logic: A list of women professors who work in Logic and all its subfields (history, mathematical, computational, etc.) There is also a tab for female graduate students. Add your name if you are in logic!
Women in Philosophy Task Force: "The Women in Philosophy Task Force (WPHTF) is an umbrella group that works to coordinate initiatives and intensify efforts to advance women in philosophy."
Women Historians of Philosophy v.1.0: Created in 2012, a list of senior women faculty at Canadian institutions and their specialty.
WomensWorks: The Women’s Works provides a list of papers, books or chapters that could be used in undergraduate teaching, so that if an instructor wants to include more work by women in a syllabus, it is easier to do so. The site can be searched using Google, or papers can be listed by philosophical area or by author. (from the website)
Pluralist's Guide to Philosophy Programs (Linda Martín Alcoff, Paul Taylor, & William Wilkerson)
experimental philosophy: from Joshua Knobe, includes links to blog, social media, and events.
Feminist Philosophers : "we're here primarily for feminist philosophers."
In Socrates Wake : a blog on the teaching of philosophy.
The Kramer in Now : from Patricia Marino, professor of philosophy @ University of Waterloo.
Left2Right : "a bunch of academics, mostly philosophers, but also others..."
Leiter Reports: A Philosophy Blog : current news in the profession.
PEA Soup : "a blog dedicated to philosophy, ethics, and academia."
Philosophical Weblogs : "devoted to topics in and around analytic philosophy, or that are by analytic philosophers."
Philosophy Talks : from Stanford iTunes, featuring Daniel Dennett "Intelligent Design" and Jenaan Ismael, "Strange World of Quantum Reality" and others.
The Reith Lectures, 1948- present: A series of annual radio lectures on significant contemporary issues from experts in the relevant discipline. From BBC.
TannerTOC : tables of contents from philosophy and relevant interdisciplinary journals.
Thoughts Arguments and Rants : from Brian Weatherson.
Wide Scope : Andrew Culliston, professor @ SUNY Fredonia. Good for teaching and technology tips.