I just got an announcement in my inbox for a new Intro to Philosophy text. This one is written in a way that makes liberal use of contemporary films so that students
"will not only discover a new relevance to their own lives, but will dissect the key readings with a perspective they were previously unaware of."One wonders if the book is supposed to be relevant to women students, too. Out of 42 authors, the majority of them 20th- and 21st-century authors, only 2 are women. That's less than 5%! Not only is that far lower than the percentage of Intro to Philosophy students who are women, it's lower even than the still-very-low estimate of women teaching philosophy.
The text is called "Introduction to Philosophy in Black, White, and Color" but--ahem--the only color I see is White.