Ruth Hagengruber is the founder and director of the Center “History of Women Philosophers and Scientists”. She is also professor and the Head of Philosophy at Paderborn University.
Mary Ellen Waithe is professor emerita at Cleveland State University since her retirement in 2015. She is the main project advisor, best known as the founder of the research area “history of women philosophers”.
Julia Lerius is the research manager of the Center. She is an experienced teacher for English and Philosophy, using her knowledge for the e-learning concept "Philosophy goes MOOCs”.
Niklas Corall is a Scientific Assistant in Philosophy at Paderborn Univeristy.
Rodney Parker is a post-doc in the Center’s project on Women in Early Phenomenology. He is a specialist on the history of the phenomenological movement.
Julia Mühl was the manager of the Center from October 2016 - July 2017. She is a PhD candidate, focusing her research on Gerda Walther, at Paderborn University.
Stefanie Ertz is research associate in the Center’s Émilie Du Châtelet-Project. Her research focuses on Émilie Du Châtelet’s Grammaire raisonnée.
Ana Rodrigues is a PhD candidate, working on the moral philosophy of Émilie Du Chatelet. She is also the head of the project "In der Philosophie zu Hause (At Home in Philosophy)".
Iulia Mihai is a research associate in the Center. Her research focuses on Women Philosophers and Scientists in the 18th Century.
Roland Mikosch studied Pop music and Media at Paderborn University, he is a designer and film maker. He coordinates the multimedia projects for the Center.
Gerhard E. Ortner leads the project "Gender/Philosophy in the Media". He is professor for business administration at the FernUniversität in Hagen. One of his special field is corporate-communication.
Maria von Welser is a renowned TV journalist, author of respective books on the medial representation of women and their rights, and vice chairwomen of UNICEF Deutschland.
Pierre Bodden is a student assistant at the Center for the “History of Women Philosophers and Scientists”.
Jessica Fischer is a student assistant at the Center for the “History of Women Philosophers and Scientists”.
Emily Meier is a student assistant, aiding the Center “History of Women Philosophers and Scientists” with English translations.