Last week, we presented three new diversity curricula supported by the ASA.
Relatedly, here are a few bibliographies people might find useful in trying to assemble diverse course readings, or for those interested in exploring other areas:
- Race and Aesthetics, from the BSA-sponsored Race and Aesthetics Conference last year
- Feminism and Aesthetics (1990-2003), by Joshua James Shaw (Penn State, Behrend)
- Theological Aesthetics, by Laura Smit (Calvin College)
- Marxism & ‘the Left’ in Philosophy of Art & Aesthetics, by Patrick O’Donnell (Independent Scholar)
November 16, 2016 at 3:31 pm
It is kind and generous of you to help publicize this particular compilation. Incidentally, some members (including yours truly) of the FB group, Society for Teaching Comparative Philosophy, were happy to learn of the Asian Aesthetics bibliography from the ASA you shared.