- B.A., University of Colorado 2010
- M.A., University of Mumbai 2014
- Ph.D., University of Kentucky 2020
Chaudhary’s research interests are in the philosophy of space and place, and the philosophy of technology. His current research projects examine issues arising from the transformation of social spaces in the digital age. His broader teaching interests are in 19th and 20th Century Continental Philosophy (especially Phenomenology and Existentialism), History of Philosophy, Asian Philosophy, and Applied Ethics.
Current Courses (Fall 2021)
- Ethics, Justice, and Society
- Ethics and Business
- Themes in Continental Philosophy: Conceptions of Self
- Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital Age
- History of Philosophy: The Modern Period
- Philosophy of Religion
- Social and Political Philosophy
- Business Ethics
- Symbolic Logic
- Asian Philosophy
- Morality and Society
- Knowledge and Reality
“The Ambiguity of Nearness in Heidegger’s Ort and Merleau-Ponty’s Espace V ́ecu.” Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology 52:1 (2021), 33-47. DOI: 10.1080/00071773.2020.1743954.
“Dasein’s Spatiality and the Possibility of Being-in-the-world.” Heidegger Circle Proceedings 52, 60-67. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5840/heideggercircle2018529.
“Developing a Philosophy Summer Camp at the University of Kentucky.” In Philosophy Camps for Youths, Claire Katz (ed.). Rowman & Littlefield, 2021 (with Caroline Buchanan, Clay Graham, James William Lincoln, Lauren O’Dell, Andrew Van’t Land, and Colin Smith).