Heather Reid, professor of philosophy, recently had two articles published, and she edited and published two volumes on Aristotle.
Heather Reid, professor of philosophy at Morningside College, recently had two articles published, and she edited and published two volumes on Aristotle.
Reid’s first article, “The Training of the Olympian Soul,” was published in The Other Journal: An Intersection of Theology. Her second article, “Plato the Gymnasiarch,” appeared in a volume titled “Philhellene” published in honor of Stephen G. Miller, a professor emeritus at the University of California, Berkeley, who recently retired. The volume was edited by Dora Katsonopoulou and Elena Partida.
Reid also edited and published two volumes on Aristotle by Christos Evangeliou. They were “Essays and Poems on Aristotle: Volume One: Logic and Ontology” and “Essays and Poems on Aristotle: Volume Two: Ethics and Politics.”
Reid is a specialist in ancient philosophy and the philosophy of sport. A member of the Morningside faculty since 1996, she received her master’s degree and doctorate from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.