Dr. Maria Robaszkiewicz is the new coordinator of the Encyclopedia of Concise Concepts and a researcher on Hannah Arendt at the Chair for Practical Philosophy at Paderborn University.
The Encyclopedia of Concise Concepts by Women Philosophers launched its first body of articles in 2018. Our authors are the world’s acknowledged experts in their subject. Every few months we will be adding new articles about concepts developed by women philosophers.
We began with more than a hundred philosophic concepts as they were developed by women from antiquity through the turn of the 21st century. As we regularly update and expand its contents we provide links to sources. This encyclopedia is accessible for free online, through university libraries world-wide, through national libraries, and in the online collection of the Paderborn University Library Digital Collection through which it is curated as well as our webpage.
As a result of the cooperation between the Federal Universities of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and the University of Paderborn, Dr Katarina Peixoto, Dr Pedro Pricladnitzky and Professor Edgar Marques contributed more than 70 Portuguese translations for the ECC. Through their interest and dedication, they have enriched the resources for our audience offering more scholars, teachers and students access to our latest research.
If you are interested to contribute, take a look at our webpage.