Steven DeLay is a writer and philosopher living in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. An Old Member of Christ Church, Oxford, he is the author of a number of recent books: Elijah Newman Died Today (2022), Everything (2022), Faint Not (2022), In the Spirit (2021), Before God (2020), and Phenomenology in France (2019). He is also the editor of Life Above the Clouds: Philosophy in the Films of Terrence Malick (2023) and the editor of Finding Meaning: Philosophy in Crisis (2023) based on the series of online essays, “Finding Meaning,” at 3:16 AM. He teaches in post-Kantian philosophy, with a focus in the phenomenological and existential traditions.





Education

Doctoral

2020 – 2016

Philosophy

University of Oxford

Experience

Research Fellow

Global Center for Advanced Studies College Dublin

2022 – Present

Tutorial Fellow

Ambrose College, Woolf University

2019 – Present

Thomas Jack Lynch Teacher-Scholar Postdoctoral Fellow

Wake Forest University

2018 – 2019

Courses taught

Independent Study in Theology

Independent Study in Theology

Independent Study in Theology

Independent Study in Theology

150h

Philosophy Dissertation

Philosophy Dissertation

1500h

Further Studies in Philosophy: (Single Philosopher)

Further Studies in Philosophy: (Single Philosopher)

75h

Further Studies in Philosophy: (Advanced Topics)

Further Studies in Philosophy: (Advanced Topics)

75h

The Category of Art

The Category of Art

75h

The Genealogy of Ideas

The Genealogy of Ideas

75h

Methodology Module for the Dissertation in Mediterranean and European Studies

Methodology Module for the Dissertation in Mediterranean and European Studies