Special Issue on Women in/and Logic


Recent research has shown that many academic disciplines, mathematics and philosophy included, suffer from a problematic gender imbalance, with women disproportionately underrepresented in publications, academic positions, and in the teaching syllabi. Recognition of this fact has come with a push to revisit the history of these fields to resurrect and rehabilitate the contributions of women.

A special issue of the Australasian Journal of Logic, edited by Sara L. Uckelman (Durham), on the subject of Women in/and Logic will be compiled in order to contribute to this project. We invite contributed papers dealing with any topic concerning women and logic, including:

* Historical texts on logic written by women
* Women in logic in the 21st century
* Women's access to the study and teaching of logic
* Feminist logic

Submissions (preferably in pdf or doc) will be peer reviewed according to the standards of the AJL, and should be submitted through the AJL editorial portal, following the instructions for submissions here:


Submission Deadline: May 30, 2023

Any contributor with any questions about submissions, is encouraged to email the editor at s.l.uckelman@durham.ac.uk