OBO is GO!!
A quick 'heads-up': we're going to be advertising a permanent lectureship in epistemology here in Edinburgh very soon. I'll post a link to the further particulars once they're finalised, but in the meantime do feel free to contact me if you'd like more info. Aside from epistemology, Edinburgh has particular research strengths in the following areas: mind & cognition, ethics, ancient & early modern philosophy, and logic & language. Accordingly, anyone who has additional research interests in these areas might find this post particularly attractive. Note too that Edinburgh has a world-class reputation for interdisciplinary research in cognitive science, particularly in terms of the interdisciplinary work that goes on between our School (the School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences) and the School of Informatics (which is next door). Hence, if you're an epistemologist who is interested in cog sci issues then this post might be particularly attractive to you too.
The Oxford Bibliographies Online: Philosophy resource will be launching soon. This publishes highly selective literature lists on topics within philosophy, written by experts in the field. As part of the launch edition there are a number of entries that will be of interest to epistemologists, including the following:
The launch edition will be updated soon with lots more entries, including many on epistemological topics. (By the way, it's of course far from ideal that there are just two female authors on the launch list of epistemology entries, but this doesn't reflect the composition of the entries more generally, much less the epistemology entries once we get past the launch edition. For example, we have forthcoming entries on epistemology-related topics by, amongst others, Jennifer Lackey, Alessandra Tanesini, Anita Avrimades, Clare Batty, and Delia Graff Fara).