It is still very common that students only get readings by male authors in their introductory classes to philosophy. This contributes to the image of philosophy as a boys only discipline. It would therefore be useful to have a list with readings written by women that are suitable for philosophy courses, such as general introduction to philosophy, philosophy of science, ethics, epistemology.
This should be a valuable resource for people trying to avoid a syllabus filled entirely with papers written by men. Please contribute!
To access the spreadsheet, follow the link to NewAPPS and follow her link to the spreadsheet from there.
UPDATE: After posting this yesterday, I remembered this post about a similar resources pointed out by Jenny S. Interested readers might want to consult both resources. Ambitious readers might want to combine the two datasets.