Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Sydney
Dalia Nassar is associate professor of philosophy at the University of Sydney, a key researcher at the Sydney Environment Institute, and a member of the research initiative MultiSpecies Justice. Her work is at the intersection of the history of philosophy and science, environmental philosophy and aesthetics. Her books include The Romantic Absolute: Being and Knowing in German Romantic Philosophy (2014) and Romantic Empiricism (2022). With Kristin Gjesdal, she is co-editor of two volumes on women philosophers: Women Philosophers in the Long Nineteenth Century (2021), and the forthcoming Oxford Handbook of Women Philosophers in the Long Nineteenth Century. She is the author of several articles on women philosophers, including ‘The Human Vocation and the Question of the Earth: Karoline von Günderrode’s Philosophy of Nature’.
Thinkers and theories
More than muses and martyrs
In the long 19th century, many women philosophers were marginalised or ignored. We need to rediscover them
Kristin Gjesdal & Dalia Nassar
Nature and landscape
What if, rather than mere props in the background of our lives, trees embody the history of all life on Earth?
Dalia Nassar & Margaret M Barbour