Women Philosophers: Help Wanted
The Women Philosophers web site needs help. We could use assistance in the following areas:
Links - If you have a web page or a blog, you could help us a great deal by putting a clickable link on your site. Search engines count how many people have links to a web site when determining where to list a web site. Women Philosophers is a new web site and has only a few sites linking to it. If you use any of the Web 2.0 or are a member of an email group, a link to the site would be of great benefit.
Technical assistance for those who need it: Use the code below but substitute < > where I have put [ ].[a href="http://www.women-philosophers.com/"] women philosophers [/a]. If you want to link to an individual woman, just put the url for her page inside your < >.
Researchers, writers needed. The following women need chronologies and bibliographies. (If you know of other women, especially those from outside Europe and the United States, please contact me and I shall add them to the list- form below.
- Alice Ambrose, (1906-2001)
- Anne Louise Germaine de Staël, (1766-1817)
- Ayn Rand, (1905-1982)
- G. E. M. Anscombe, (1918-2001)
- Aristoclea, (6th century B.C)
- Antoinette Brown, (1825-1921)
- Dorothy Maud Wrinch, (1894-1976) - philosophy of science
- Edith Stein, (1891-1942)
- Charlotte Perkins Gilman, (1860-1935)
- Emma Goldman, (1869–1940)
- George Eliot, (1819-1880)
- Harriet Taylor Mill, (1807-1858)
- Heloise, (1101-1162)
- Lady Mary Shepherd, (1777-1847)
- Leontion, (4th century BC)
- Marjorie Grene, (born 1910)
- Mary Whiton Calkins, (1863-1930)
- Raya Dunayevskaya, (1910-1987)
- Rosa Luxemburg, (1871-1919)
- Sione de Beauvoir - article in process by Jo Ann Pilardi
- Sor Juana, (1648-1695)
- Victoria, Lady Welby, (1837-1912)
If you know of other woman philosophers who should be included on this web site, please contact me.
Translators. If you can translate primary source texts into English and know the philosophical text you would translate, I would be glad to hear from you. Copyright laws prevent me from quoting very much of what has already been translated BUT I could publish new translations.
Kate Lindemann, professor emerita philosophyMount Saint Mary College, Newburgh, New York