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 Mühl is research associate in the Center‘s Gerda Walther-Project. She took over the position as Research Coordinator in January 2019.
Stefanie Ertz is research associate in the Center’s Émilie Du Châtelet-Project. She is responsible for the critical edition of the St. Petersburg manuscripts of Émilie Du Châtelet.
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)".
Dr. Maria Robaszkiewicz is a researcher at the Chair for Practical Philosophy at Paderborn University.
Niklas Olmes is handling the IT-responsibilities and works on the conceptualization of all aspects regarding Digital Humanities in the Center.
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.
Karen Green is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Melbourne. Her research focuses on women's intellectual history, particularly their political writings, as well as philosophy of language and logic. She will be visiting the Center in October 2018.
Michelle Boulous Walker is senior lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Queensland, Australia. Her research interests span the fields of European philosophy, aesthetics, ethics, and feminist philosophy. She offered a master class at the Center in May 2018.
Sarah Hutton is Honorary Visiting Professor at the University of York. She was Visiting Professor at Paderborn University in October 2014, offering a master class on Anne Conway, and in January 2018 at the Center, she was co-organizer of the Elisabeth of Bohemia - Life and Legacy conference and award committee member of the first Elisabeth of Bohemia and Herford Prize.
Judith P. Zinsser is professor emerita at the Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. She was Visiting Professor at the Center in July 2016.
Mette Lebech is assistant professor at the Maynooth University, Dublin. She is Visiting Professor at the Center since September 2019. She focuses her research on Edith Stein.
Ronny Miron (Bar-Ilan University) is an advisor for the Women in Early Phenomenology research cluster, and is a specialist on the philosophy of Hedwig Conrad-Martius.
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.
Felix Grewe is a student assistant at the Center for the “History of Women Philosophers and Scientists”.
Kristin Käuper is a student assistant at the Center for the “History of Women Philosophers and Scientists”.
Melina Kiziroglou is a student assistant at the Center for the “History of Women Philosophers and Scientists”.
Julia Lerius was the research manager of the Center from May 2017 to July 2018. She is an experienced teacher for English and Philosophy, using her knowledge for the e-learning concept "Philosophy goes MOOCs”.
Iulia Mihai was a research associate in the Center from January 2017 to January 2018. Her research focuses on Women Philosophers and Scientists in the 18th Century.
Elena Muceni was a post-doc in the Center's project Emilie Du Châtelet St. Petersburg Manuskripts, with focus on Du Châtelet`s Mandeville commentary, from September 2017 to January 2018.
Andrea Reichenberger was research associate in the Center‘s Émilie Du Châtelet-Project. Her dissertation on Émilie Du Châtelet‘s “Institutions physiques“, principles, and hypotheses was published in 2016.
Pierre Bodden was a student assistant at the Center for the "History of Women Philosophers and Scientists" from July 2016 to March 2018.
Neele Hruby was a student assistant at the Center for the “History of Women Philosophers and Scientists” from November 2018 to January 2019.
Emily Jayne Meier was a student assistant, aiding the Center “History of Women Philosophers and Scientists” with English translations, from September 2016 to March 2018.