APA Guide to Graduate Programs in Philosophy
This Guide contains information about Ph.D., M.A., and equivalent degree programs in the United States. The purpose of this volume is to provide prospective philosophy graduate students and others with basic information about the opportunities in North America for professional training in philosophy. While this volume is a useful starting point for prospective graduate students, a comprehensive inquiry should also include consultation with advisers and people directly involved with programs of interest.
Philosophy Portal Sites
EpistemeLinks.com Perhaps the largest and best organized philosophy portal site available on the Internet includes sorted links to information about great philosophers, e-texts in philosophy, book reviews, philosopher image galleries,philosophy departments, and so forth. The site is commercially supported, so you'll see lots of ads, but the available information is well worth it.
Foley Library - Philosophy Research Guide - Databases and resources relevant to students studying philosophy.
American Catholic Philosophical Association - Society information, meeting schedules, job resources, and more.
American Philosophical Association - The largest and oldest professional philosophy organization in the US is a central source for information on matters philosophical (and membership is a great deal for students). The APA hosts national conferences three time search year: on the East Coast (held in late December between Christmas and New Year's), on the West Coast (held in late March),and in the Central US (held in early May). The website also includes info about Philosophy Departments in the US and (for members) a searchable database of philosophers.
Metaphysical Society of America - Founded in 1950 by Paul Weiss, the MSA is dedicated to advancing speculative philosophy.
Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy - the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy (SAAP). SAAP exists to advance American philosophy by promoting interest and research in its history, encouraging original and creative work in its spirit, and providing forums for the exchange of information and ideas.
Society of Christian Philosophers - Sponsors of regional philosophy conferences and of sessions at the national APA meetings, the SCP publishes the journal Faith and Philosophy.
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy - A collection of entries on philosophical topics and figures which offers a helpful starting point for orientation. The site also includes a timeline of well-known philosophers (with biographies)and a collection of electronic philosophical texts.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy - A dynamic (that is,constantly updated) encyclopedia on topics and figures in philosophy produced and maintained by scholars in philosophy. While the encyclopedia is currently "in progress," many of the completed entries are quite extensive, and some feature links to related material on the Internet. For an interesting look at some of the more prominent American philosophers today, follow the links on the Editorial page to information about members of the Editorial Board.
Research in Philosophy
Humanities Index - A basic database tool for articles on topics in the humanities. (Once again, this link might work properly only from the Gonzaga campus.)