Here are some rough and ready categories to organise the 400+ interviews . Since moving from 3:AM I haven't had the time until now to try and put them in some sort of organising scheme. This is my first go at it. Many of the interviews range further than one field, hence the rough fit feel. For example, Stephen Reid could have been in logic or medieaval philosophy - I chose medieaval because that category is a little thin! But then some of the medieval interviews appeared in the religious philosophy section, which explains why the medieval is not fatter! So it goes. And I'm sure I'll have misplaced some. I'm starting to house-keep so I'll be repairing damaged interviews (eg restoring lost pictures and spacing between words) but it'll take time. Please be patient.
Sure, the categories are a bit improvised. I even have a 'continental' category which in the end may be just because I'm not sure where I'd put the interviews if they weren't there. It's not about them being 'not analytic' however.
Looking at the body of interviews it's clear where I need more - Marx for example, and medieval. But I'm not totally in control of this of course - I can ask - but philosophers are busy and do this for free so often can't or won't respond positively. So what emerges will be to some extent ad hoc.
Ethics including environmental issues
Philosophy of science (including formal aspects of philosophy of science)
Logic and Maths
History and history of philosophy and overviews
Mind and Action
Phenomenology and hermeneutics
Marx and German Materialism
Hegel and Idealism
German including Frankfurt School (See also overlaps with Kant, Nietzsche, Hegel and Idealism, and Marx and German Materialism, plus History of Philosophy sections.)
Ancient Greek and medieval