Diversity Reading List in Philosophy – the original DRL project focused on academic philosophy.
APA Diversity and Inclusiveness Syllabus Collection – a collection of complete syllabi which use diverse resources or focus on diversity issues.
Best Practices for the Inclusive Philosophy Classroom – an easily accessible launching pad for teachers who want to make their philosophy classrooms more inclusive.
Diversifying Syllabi – a compilation of philosophical texts on a variety of topics, written by diverse practitioners, and appropriate for undergraduate courses. tried and tested by the “Diversifying Syllabi 101” summer reading group at Georgetown University.
Heterodox Academy – A politically diverse group of social scientists and other scholars who want to improve their academic disciplines, and focus on the problems related to the loss or lack of “viewpoint diversity.”
Center for the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists – A research and teaching centre at the University of Paderborn, focusing on studying and exploring the history of women philosophers and scientists.
(In Parenthesis) – a teaching, research, and curriculum design project exploring the contribution of a remarkable group of philosophers who met as young women at Oxford University during World War II.
Project Myopia – An online resource devoted to diversifying university curricula, offering crowdsourced semi-academic personal essays on literary, visual, musical, and other materials useful in teaching.
Project VOX – a project seeking to recover the lost voices of women who have been ignored in standard narratives of the history of modern philosophy, with an aim to change those narratives, thereby changing what students around the world learn about philosophy’s history.
The UP Directory – The UPDirectory publicizes information about philosophers who are members of traditionally underrepresented groups in philosophy. The purpose of the directory is to provide an easy-to-use resource for anyone who wants to learn more about the work of philosophers who belong to underrepresented groups within the discipline.
The Deviant Philosopher – A database of straightforward, easy-to-use resources for philosophy instructors to make it easy to incorporate philosophy from outside the mainstream.
The Decolonisation Group – An interdisciplinary group based in Utrecht, offering a variety of workshops, activities, teaching resources and a podcast, promoting the intensive study of decolonisation.
The Philosophy Exception – A catalogue of works on philosophy’s problems with equity, diversity, and inclusion, divided into four categories: Calls to Action; Documentation; Theorizing the Philosophy Exception; Interventions.