Kerri Welch, Ph.D. is a philosopher of time, a professor, writer, and astrologer.
This blog contains excerpts from her forthcoming book, “The Texture of Time: A Fractal Topology,” which explores the science of temporal perception against a backdrop personal narrative, natural history, the evolution of consciousness, neurochemistry, and the physics of time.
Kerri teaches courses on sacred geometry, modern physics, and the science of temporal perception at California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, CA, as well as philosophy for business doctoral students through the University of Phoenix’s School of Advanced Studies. She also offers tutoring services and astrological consultations.
Kerri holds a PhD in Philosophy and Religion from California Institute of Integral Studies’ Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness program. Her dissertation “A Fractal Topology of Time: Implications for Consciousness and Cosmology,” looks at the interactions between time and timelessness in human experience and in physical descriptions of reality.
A fourth generation Austinite, and eighth generation Texan, Kerri enjoys Austin’s natural beauty through trail running, swimming, biking, paddling, and playing soccer. She attended Westwood High School, and Austin College in Sherman, Texas, where she majored in Philosophy/Religion and Physics. She keeps a foot in the San Francisco Bay Area and visits frequently to teach.
You may reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.