The journal is owned by a non-profit corporation, Hypatia, Inc.
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Hypatia has its roots in the Society for Women in Philosophy
Hypatia has its roots in the Society for Women in Philosophy. The journal is named after Hypatia of Alexandria, an ancient Greek philosopher, who taught in the fields of mathematics, astronomy, and astrology.
According to Linda López McAlister (USF), the idea for the name came from Sue Larson (Barnard) during a meeting of Eastern SWIP in 1973.
Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy is a forum for cutting-edge work in feminist philosophy. Since its inception in the mid-1980s, Hypatia has been a catalyst for broadening and refining feminist philosophy as well as an invaluable resource for those who teach in this area. Feminist philosophy arises out of diverse traditions and methods within philosophy and is also richly interdisciplinary in orientation
The first issues of the journal Hypatia, published from 1983 through 1985, truly heralded the rebirth of a feminist philosophy.
The first issues of the journal Hypatia, published from 1983 through 1985, truly heralded the rebirth of a feminist philosophy. Women in philosophy had been silenced since the days of the fourth-century Alexandrian woman philosopher and mathematician.
Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy. Según el Journal Citation Reports, la revista tuvo un factor de impacto de . 46 en 2014, colocándose en el lugar 29 de 41 revistas en la categoría Estudios de la mujer. a b Villanueva Gardner, Catherine (2990). The A to Z of Feminist Philosophy. Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy (en inglés). Villanova University. Consultado el 23 de abril de 2016. Journals Ranked by Impact: Women's Studies. 2014 Journal Citation Reports. Web of Science (Social Sciences edición).
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