Extending New Narratives
.Extending New Narratives in the History of Philosophy is a Partnership project supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and our partners, building on the work of the SSHRC Partnership Development project 'New Narratives in the History of Philosophy'. The project is administered at Simon Fraser University
We are engaged in both retrieving philosophical works of women and individuals from other marginalized groups and sustaining the presence of these figures in the history of philosophy. Our overall goal is to help change the standards of practice in the history of philosophy to enable it to become more inclusive and diverse by changing the ways we do history of philosophy. Achieving this goal requires collective action, and we are not only working with one another to meet our objectives, we are also committed to coordinating with others who share our aims. You can learn about some of these projects here (get in touch if you'd like your project to be added) .
More details about the project scope and objectives can be found here.
Nous regrettons que pour le moment ce site est ne soit disponible qu'en anglais. Nous prévoyons lancer un site entièrement bilingue (français/anglais) dans les prochains mois.
You can find out how to get involved, or just to get in touch, below.
N'hésitez pas à nous contacter soit en français soit en anglais.
One of our objectives is to extend our network of scholars and students. We want to build a community of philosophers interested in doing the history of philosophy differently, and with that community to establish practices that enable us to write histories of philosophy that are more inclusive and diverse.
If you would like to get involved, please subscribe to our mailing list by dropping us a note, using the form to the right.
You can subscribe directly by sending an email with the subject 'SUBSCRIBE' to firstname.lastname@example.org
Feel free to share your own research and teaching ideas with us.