APA examples of existing syllabi, organized thematically.
Diversifying Syllabi Reading List: a relatively short list of articles written by philosophers of underrepresented groups, also thematically organized.
Underrepresented Philosophers’ Database: the perhaps largest database of philosophers of underrepresented groups. It provides their name, position, affiliation, location, AOS, and self-identification, with very good search options.
Core readings in philosophy by female authors: A Google spreadsheet, with topic, full reference, level of difficulty, and occasionally some notes.
Project Vox: A collection of materials related to the works of four 17th-century thinkers (Margaret Cavendish, Anne Conway, Gabrielle Du Chatelet, and Damaris Masham), with some sample syllabi, articles, and primary sources.
Diversity Reading List in Philosophy: The Diversity Reading List offers a quick way of finding texts and evaluating their relevance for your teaching. You can search the list for specific texts, authors or keywords, or browse by topic in an easily navigable structure of categories inspired by PhilPapers. Whenever possible, the list included abstracts, author’s keywords, and links to online versions of texts and other resources.