Edited By: Sally J. Scholz (Villanova University) Book Review Editor: Shelley Wilcox (San Francisco State University)
Impact Factor: 0.529
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 24/40 (Women's Studies)
Online ISSN: 1527-2001
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Current Issue:Winter 2015
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Virtual Issue: Hypatia Essays on Embodiment
Hypatia Virtual Issue: Embodiment
Edited by Linda Martín-Alcoff
Embodiment has been a central theme in feminist philosophy from its early days. The essays selected for this Virtual Issue illuminate how the topic of embodiment has been broached over the years by Hypatia authors, how it has developed, and what topics have received the most focus. Hypatia has been the site of some of the most innovative feminist theorizing on this subject; this Virtual Issue provides a taste of the range of work on embodiment published by Hypatia since the mid-1980s.
Past Hypatia Virtual Issues
Hypatia Essays on the Place of Women in the Profession of Philosophy
Edited by Ann E. Cudd
Hypatia 25th Anniversary Retrospective Virtual Issue
Edited by Lori Gruen and Alison Wylie
Calls for Papers
SPECIAL ISSUE CALL FOR PAPERS: Emancipation: Rethinking Subjectivity, Power and Change
Volume 30, Issue 3, Summer 2015
Edited by Susanne Lettow
Deadline for submissions: February 15, 2014
Hypatia's New Editors
The Hypatia Board of Associate Editors are delighted to announce that Sally Scholz and Shelley Wilcox have been appointed the new Editors of Hypatia for a five year term beginning July 2013. The editorial office will move to Villanova University at the end of June where it will be managed by Sally; Shelley will serve as book review editor based at San Francisco State University. We look forward to the next exciting five years for Hypatia under the watch of Sally and Shelley.
Congratulations to Hypatia on receiving its first ever Impact Factor and Ranking from ISI Journal Citation Reports©!
Impact Factor: 0.247
Ranking: 28 out of 38 (Women’s Studies)
THE 2013 HYPATIA DIVERSITY PRIZE ESSAY
We are delighted to announce the winners in our first ever Hypatia Diversity Essay Prize. The Diversity Essay Prize Committee, consisting of Ofelia Schutte, Mickaella Perina, and Linda Martín Alcoff, has awarded the prize to Anna Carastathis for her paper “Basements and Intersections.” Carastathis’s paper will appear in issue 28.4 (Fall 2013), and she will receive the essay prize of $500. We have also awarded an Honorable Mention to Jen McWeeny for her paper “Topographies of Flesh: Women, Nonhuman Animals, and the Embodiment of Connection and Difference.” McWeeny's paper will also appear in a forthcoming issue of Hypatia. Congratulations to both authors for their outstanding work.
HYPATIA HONOR ROLL
We're proud to launch an Honor Roll that recognizes everyone who has served as a Hypatia editor, associate editor, guest editor, advisory and editorial board member since the journal was founded in 1983, with their roles and their terms of service.
Check out the Honor Roll! Let us know if we're missing anyone, or missing dates and terms of service.
WARM thanks Hypatia affiliates for all you've done, and continue to do, to ensure that Hypatia thrives!
Special Issue: Climate Change
Volume 29, Issue 3
Edited by Nancy Tuana and Chris J. Cuomo
The essays brought together in this special issue acknowledge and incorporate the fact of climate change’s disproportionately negative impacts on women and others who are geographically or economically disadvantaged, but they also look beyond and behind that data, asking key questions about values, environmental politics, scientific practice, ontology, collective responsibility, and culture.
Past Hypatia Special Issues/Online Forums
Hypatia Special Issue: Interstices
Edited by Kristie Dotson
Podcasts: Listen to Hypatia's Editors
Philosophy’s Civil Wars
Hypatia co-editor Linda Martín-Alcoff gave the Presidential Address at the 2012 Eastern Division meeting of the American Philosophical Association this past December. Alcoff raises the question of the moral and political stakes of philosophy's internal divisiveness, as well as its relation to the professions' "demographic challenges." The text of her address will appear in the November 2013 issue of the APA Proceedings and Addresses (87.2). The presentation she gave in Atlanta on December 29th is available online as a podcast.
Standpoint Matters: Feminist Philosophy of Science
Alison Wylie’s 2012 Pacific Division Presidential Address appeared in the November 2012 issue of the APA Proceedings and Addresses (86.1). Here is a podcast of the presentation she gave in Seattle on April 6th.