Dr. Chelsea C. Harry is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Southern Connecticut State University where she regularly teaches courses in ancient Greek natural science. She is the author of Chronos in Aristotle’s Physics: On the Nature of Time (Springer, 2015) and has published research in the areas of ancient science, philosophy of nature, and ethics in the following journals and books: Apeiron: A Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science, Comparative and Continental Philosophy, Journal of Speculative Philosophy, Idealistic Studies, The Journal for Islamic Philosophy, Parmenideum Journal of Philosophy, Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, Climate Change across the Curriculum (Rowan and Littlefield, 2015), and Le temps chez Aristote (Vrin, 2015). Her co-edited book on the reception of Presocratic natural philosophy in later Hellenism is forthcoming (Brill, 2018). Recent international research affiliations include the Bavarian Academy of Science in Munich, Germany and the International Centre for Aristotle Studies in Thessaloniki, Greece, where she was a Visiting Fellow in 2014. During AY2018-2019, she is a visiting researcher with the group on Integrative Biophilosphie at the University of Kassel in Kassel, Germany where she is conducting research for her manuscript on non-human animal ethics in Aristotle.