The project team is supported in its work by an advisory board, who provide regular input and feedback.
Linda Martín Alcoff
Professor of Philosophy at City University of New York (Hunter College and The Graduate Center)
Prof. Alcoff specializes in 19th- and 20th-century continental philosophy, feminist epistemology, feminist theory, critical race theory, and postcolonial theory. She is a past-president of the American Philosophical Association Eastern Division (2012–2013), a former co-editor of Hypatia (2010–2013), and the current president of Hypatia‘s non-profit board.
Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Syracuse University
Prof. Anderson specializes in philosophy of language, philosophy of race, and aesthetics. He was a member of the American Philosophical Association Committee on the Status and Future of the Profession (2015–2018) and member of the APA Committee on the Status of Black Philosophers (2012–2015).
Queen’s National Scholar in Political Philosophy and Critical Prison Studies, Queen’s University
Prof. Guenther specializes in political philosophy, critical prison studies, continental philosophy, feminism, and philosophy of race. As a public philosopher, Guenther’s work has appeared in The New York Times, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Aeon, and the Canadian Broadcast Corporation’s Ideas.
Ford Professor of Philosophy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Prof. Haslanger specializes in analytic metaphysics and epistemology, social and political philosophy, feminist theory, and critical race theory. She served as the president of the American Philosophical Association Eastern Division (2013–2014) and currently is an associate editor of Ethics.
Associate Professor of Philosophy at Binghamton University (State University of New York)
Prof. Hassoun specializes in social and political philosophy, moral philosophy, and ethics. She is the executive director of the Women in Philosophy project.
Jay Newman Chair in Philosophy of Culture and Associate Professor of Philosophy at Brooklyn College (City University of New York) and of Women’s and Gender Studies at the CUNY Graduate Center
Prof. Khader specializes in ethics and moral psychology, political philosophy, and feminist philosophy. She was the director of PIKSI Rock (Philosophy in an Inclusive Key Summer Institute); a member of the American Philosophical Association Committee on Lectures, Publications, and Research (2015–2018); and an interim co-editor of Hypatia.
Eva Feder Kittay
Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Stony Brook University (State University of New York); Senior Fellow of the Stony Brook Center for Medical Humanities, Compassionate Care, and Bioethics; Affiliate of the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program
Prof. Kittay specializes in feminist philosophy, feminist ethics, social and political theory, philosophy of language, and disability studies. A founder of the Philosophy in an Inclusive Key Summer Institute (PIKSI), she has served as the president of the American Philosophical Association Eastern Division (2016–2017) and has edited many journal issues in feminist philosophy and the philosophy of disability.
Professor of Philosophy at Georgetown University; Senior Research Scholar at Kennedy Institute of Ethics
Prof. Kukla specializes in social epistemology, philosophy of language, bioethics, philosophy of medicine and the special sciences, and feminist philosophy. She is the editor-in-chief of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal and the Public Affairs Quarterly and is a member of the American Philosophical Association Committee on Public Philosophy (2017-2020).
Associate Professor of Philosophy at University of Washington
Prof. Lee specializes in philosophy of psychology and cognitive science and epistemology; her research focuses on implicit bias in peer review. She was a member (2016–2018) of the Coordinating Committee for the Transparency and Openness Promotion Guidelines and is a member of the American Philosophical Association Committee on the Status and Future of the Profession (2018-2021).
Professor of Philosophy and Dean of the College of Arts and Letters at Michigan State University
Dean Long, who has published extensively in ancient philosophy, has a keen interest in digital scholarly communication and the educational use of social media technologies. He is the co-founder and publisher of the Public Philosophy Journal and a co-principal investigator on the Mellon-funded Humane Metrics in Humanities and Social Science (HuMetricsHSS) initiative.
Associate Professor of Philosophy at Penn State University; Associate Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Prof. Ortega specializes in women of color feminisms, 20th-century continental philosophy, phenomenology, philosophy of race, and aesthetics. She is the founder and director of the Roundtable on Latina Feminism.
Professor of Philosophy at Georgetown University; Senior Research Scholar at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics
Prof. Richardson specializes in bioethics. For more than a decade, he was the editor-in-chief of Ethics.
Professor of Philosophy at University of California, Riverside
Prof. Schwitzgebel specializes in empirical psychology and philosophy of mind. He was a member of the American Philosophical Association Committee on the Status and Future of the Profession (2015–2018) and writes an influential blog called The Splintered Mind.
Kyle Powys Whyte
Timnick Chair in the Humanities at Michigan State University; Associate Professor of Philosophy and Community Sustainability; Faculty Member in the Environmental Philosophy and Ethics Graduate Concentration; Faculty Affiliate in the American Indian and Indigenous Studies and the Environmental Science and Policy Programs
An enrolled member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, Prof. Whyte’s research, teaching, training, and activism address moral and political issues concerning climate policy and Indigenous peoples and the ethics of cooperative relationships between Indigenous peoples and climate science organizations.