I would provide a summary of some of the recent updates to the blog. It has always been my intention to be a portal to scholarly and institutional resources on pragmatism and American philosophy as well as provide technical and detailed discussions of classical and neoclassical pragmatism.
Recently, I have greatly expanded the number of links to resources on individual thinkers both in English and in the U.S. and throughout the world in their native languages. I would welcome contributions from any readers, even if it is just a small but established reading group, in any language.
Let me give a list of information, most of which has been recently updated.
1. Societies, institutes, and archives of classical american philosophers and the living traditions.
2. A similar list to non-English sources world-wide.
3. A list of journals that frequently publish articles in classical and neoclassical pragmatism.
4. An annotated bibliography of introductory readings in classical pragmatism
5. A glossary of terms for my own research program, phenomenological pragmatism.
I hope to keep building all of these in the future.