Hypatia Special Issue: Conjure Feminism: Tracing the Genealogy of a Black Women’s Intellectual Tradition Volume 36, Issue 1, Winter 2021 Guest Editors: Kinitra Brooks, Kameelah L. Martin, and LaKisha Simmons We are excited to announce a call for papers for…
After an extensive search, a new editorial team for Hypatia has been enthusiastically and unanimously accepted by the Search Committee, chaired by Kim Hall, the Task Force, chaired by Sally Haslanger, Serene Khader, and Yannik Thiem, and the newly reconstructed…
Diversity Project Grants were awarded to: Sandrine Bergès and Saniye Vatansever (Bilkent University), “Supporting Women in Philosophy in Turkey” a multi-part project including a student conference, mentoring, workshop, and speaker series. Andrea Pitts (UNC Charlotte) and Perry Zurn (American University),…
In November 2017, we announced the formation of a Task Force to address a number of governance issues at Hypatia. The Co-Chairs, as stated then, are Sally Haslanger (MIT), Serene Khader (Brooklyn/CUNY), and Yannik Thiem (Villanova). We are very pleased now to announce the appointment of the additional Task Force Members:
Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy is seeking an editorial team to serve a term of five years, beginning July 1, 2018.
The Editors’ Annual Report 2017 covers an overview of editorial activities, reports on submission and review activities, distribution highlights, and special initiatives.
Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy seeks papers for a special issue (35: 3, Summer 2020) on decolonial feminisms, guest edited by Nancy Tuana and Emma Velez.
The Board of Directors of Hypatia is pleased to announce that Sally Haslanger (MIT), Serene Khader (Brooklyn College and CUNY Graduate Center), and Yannik Thiem (Villanova) have agreed to co-chair the Hypatia Task Force.
The Board of Directors of Hypatia is pleased to announce that Ann Garry, Serene Khader, and Alison Stone — who have been serving as Interim Editor and Co-Editors of Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy — and their Managing Editor, Miranda Pilipchuk, have agreed to extend their interim positions for six months longer than originally planned, and thus to serve until July 1, 2018.