Ph.D. Duquesne University
Visiting Doctoral Researcher, Universität zu Köln 2010-2011
M.A. The University of Hawaii at Manoa (east-west philosophy)
B.A. The George Washington University
Chelsea Harry works in the philosophy of nature with historical emphases in ancient Greek and 18-19th century German thought. She is the author of Chronos in Aristotle’s Physics: On the Nature of Time (Springer, 2015) and has articles published in Apeiron: A Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science, Comparative and Continental Philosophy, Journal of Speculative Philosophy, The Journal for Islamic Philosophy, Parmenideum Journal, Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences in addition to book chapters in Open Court’s Philosophy and Pop Culture series. She is currently at work on a translation of F.W.J. Schelling’s mid-19th c. diaries, letters, and philosophical notes and a collected volume on the reception of Presocratic natural philosophy in later classical philosophy. Recent research affiliations include the Bavarian Academy of Science and the International Centre for Aristotle Studies, where she was a Visiting Fellow in 2014.
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:
19th Century Philosophy
Introduction to Philosophy with Critical Thinking (with Service-Learning)