It’s the beginning of a new semester! Are you curious about how women philosophers would fit into your syllabus? Do you know about the different readings and source materials that you can provide your students? Project Vox’s Teaching section makes that easy! We provide sample syllabi from instructors all over the continent. See how […]
Tell us about yourself. What brought you to work as the Assessment Analyst for Project Vox? My name is Adam Griggs and I am a Research Services Librarian at Mercer University. I found out about Project Vox as a second-year grad student in Library Science at UNC-Chapel Hill. At the time, I was hoping to […]
Tell us about yourself. What brought you to work as a part of the Project Vox team? My name is Abby Flanigan and I’m currently the Research Librarian for Music and Performing Arts at the University of Virginia. I joined the Project Vox team in September 2015, at the start of my second year of […]
Project Vox Co-leader, Andrew Janiak, wrote about his first time learning of Émilie Du Châtelet and how that led to the creation of PV. Read his article, “Who was that Marquise? Rediscovering forgotten voices of women in philosophy,” in the Washington Post. This article was later reprinted in The Lily.
Tell us about yourself. What brought you to work as the Outreach & Assessment Coordinator of Project Vox? I am a critical communication scholar who researches the relationship between rhetoric, technology, and culture. Currently, I am Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Technology at Kansas State University. I worked with Project Vox during my doctoral training […]