Tuesday, March 8, 2016

10 episodes of Why? Radio to help you celebrate International Women's Day



In honor of International Women’s Day, here are 10 episodes of Why? Radio featuring some of the remarkable women we’ve had as guests. We have worked very hard to be inclusive on the show, although we have not yet reached the point at which 50% of our guests are women.

Philosophy is an overwhelmingly male discipline and we at Why? Radio are proud of our small contribution to making philosophy closer to egalitarian. (There's still lots of work to do.) We will continue to make every effort to broadcast women’s philosophical voices and ideas, while celebrating a wide range of topics women research.

If you have any suggestions for guests for our show, please email as at whyradioshow@und.edu And please do consider donating to Why? Radio. Click here for more information.


1. Carol Gilligan: "In A Different Voice and After" 
2. Mary Jo Bang: "The Philosophy of Poetry" 
3. Jan Willis: "What Does Buddhism Offer an African-American Woman?" 
4. Rebecca Goldstein: "Fiction as Philosophy 
5. Robin Runge: "Domestic Violence and the Law: China vs. the U.S.A."
6. Martha Nussbaum: "Empathy, the Constitution and Sexual Orientation"
7. Deborah Brandt: "Is Ghostwriting Ethical"
8. Rachel Laudan: "Cuisine and Empire: What does food tell us about culture?"
9. Seyla Benhabib: "Can There be a World Without Borders?" 
10. WHY? Goes to China! Catherine Gao and Sheryl Jiang: "Young, Female, and Upwardly Mobile in Shanghai"



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