Chelsea Harry

harryAssistant Professor
Philosophy Department
EN D229
(203) 392-6952

Ph.D. Duquesne University
          Visiting Doctoral Researcher, Universität zu Köln2010-2011
M.A. The University of Hawaii at Manoa (comparative philosophy)
B.A. The George Washington University
Chelsea Harry is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy. She works in the philosophy of nature and has a particular interest in the relationship between theories of nature and concepts of time. She is currently working on two book-length projects, a monograph provisionally titled, Chronos in Aristotle’s Physics iv 10-14: On the Nature of Time (forthcoming with Springer Verlag) and a translation project concerning the late Schelling. She has published articles in The Journal for Islamic Philosophy, Parmenideum, Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences in addition to book chapters in Open Court’s Philosophy and Pop Culture series.
Dr. Harry has an interest in community engagement. She has taught philosophy to inner city high school students and to incarcerated individuals. She represents Southern as a member of Connecticut Campus Compact’s Engaged Scholarship Advisory Committee. 
Recent courses include:
PHI 296 Ancient Philosophy
PHI 297 Medieval Philosophy
PHI 100 Introduction to Philosophy with Critical Thinking
PHI 100 with Service-Learning