The Atlantic, May 2015

“[Project Vox] features the forgotten voices of women philosophers, giving academics and students a rare opportunity to study and promote their work.”

London Times, May 2015

“Between the trouncing of Socrates by Diotima of Mantinea in the fourth century BC and the primordial feminism of Mary Wollstonecraft two millennia later, a great mantle of silence hangs over the ideas of female philosophers. . .[Project Vox] intends to tear that veil in two.”

Times Higher Education Supplement, April 2015

“Project Vox seeks not only to restore [female philosophers] to their rightful place, but also to elevate them to role model status.”

The Washington Post, April 2015

“The stereotypical figure in [philosophy’s] history: Sage with beard. . . two professors from Duke and Columbia universities argue that it’s time for philosophy to reckon with its own gender problem.”

Feministing, March 2015

“An impressive and much-needed project that seems like it could make some real progress in transforming the dude-dominated discipline.”

Feminist History of Philosophy, March 2015

“[Project Vox’s] purpose is to gather and publicise material on early women philosophers, and ultimately to change the  narrative of the history of philosophy so that it includes them. . .The very useful Teaching tab offers general advice on how to include texts by women in early modern courses.”

Ravishly, March 2015

“By highlighting women philosophers, and making their writings easily available to a modern audience, Project Vox is changing what philosophy is, or can be.”

Duke Today

“. . .[P]ushing fundamental, seismic changes to how philosophy is taught.”

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“[Project Vox] could use your help in getting the word out – female philosophers rock!”