Nathan Rochelle DuFord

Assistant Professor of Philosophy

History and Philosophy

College of Arts and Sciences
860.768.4100 H 318

Ph.D. Philosophy, Binghamton University, 2016

M.A. Philosophy, Binghamton University, 2012

B.A. Philosophy/Political Science, New College of Florida, 2010

Nathan Rochelle DuFord is a political philosophy and critical theorist directing the philosophy program. Their teaching is guided by principles of inclusivity, both in subject and method. They teach across a wide range of areas in social, political, and legal philosophy, as well as applied ethics.

Solidarity in Conflict: A Democratic Theory (Stanford University Press, 2022) 

“Who is a Negator of History? Revisiting the Debate over Left-Fascism Fifty Years after May ‘68,” Journal of the American Philosophical Association, 2019, DOI:  

“Must a World Government Violate the Right to Exit?” Ethics & Global Politics, 10 (1). DOI:10.1080/16544951.2017.1311482   

“Daughters of the Enlightenment: Reconstructing Adorno on Gender and Feminist Praxis,” Hypatia, DOI:

Areas of Specialization: Social and Political Philosophy, Critical Theory, Feminist and Queer Theory Areas of Competence: Normative Ethics, Applied Ethics, Philosophy of Law