Dalia Nassar
Senior Lecturer, University of Sydney

Dalia Nassar is a senior lecturer in philosophy at the University of Sydney, a key researcher at the Sydney Environment Institute, and a member of the research initiative Multispecies Justice. She is the author of The Romantic Absolute: Being and Knowing in German Romantic Philosophy (2014), and is currently working on a project on the origins of ecology in Germany (1770-1850), investigating how the use of aesthetic tools enabled a new understanding of the natural world. Her work is at the intersection of the history of philosophy and science, environmental philosophy and aesthetics. 

Written by Dalia Nassar

Essay/
Nature and landscape
Rooted

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