Below you will find classroom resources, links to online texts and readings, and information on pedagogy-focused professional development opportunities relevant to teachers of non-Western philosophies.
Syllabi, course modules, and classroom resources:
- Here you can download syllabi and other course materials provided by STCP members. Do you have a syllabus or lessons to share? Contact us for details.
- The Deviant Philosopher maintains an excellent database of teaching materials for non-Western philosophies.
- The APA's collection of syllabi on underrepresented areas of philosophy.
- The Expanding East Asian Studies (ExEAS) program of Columbia University provides a useful collection of resources relevant to teaching Asian studies. See especially their collections of teaching materials and syllabi in the category Philosophy, Thought, and Religion.
- The AAR's Spotlight on Teaching series has featured an issue on the topic "Intercultural and Transnational Pedagogy," which contains several articles on teaching diverse religious traditions. Navigate to the October 11 issue in the link provided.
- See also the APA's Newsletter on Teaching Philosophy, especially articles on teaching Chinese philosophy in Vol. 8 No. 1 and teaching world philosophy in Vol. 11 No. 2.
Opportunities for professional development:
Online texts and readings: