Elizabeth Millán Brusslan is a Professor of Philosophy at DePaul University. She was educated at The State University of New York at Buffalo and at the Eberhard-Karls Universität in Tübingen. She works on aesthetics, German Idealism/Romanticism, and Latin American Philosophy.
Before coming to DePaul, Elizabeth taught at the Universidad Simón Bolívar in Venezuela. She has held fellowships from the German Academic Exchange Service, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
She is the author of Friedrich Schlegel and the Emergence of Romantic Philosophy (SUNY, 2007). She is co-editor of: (with Jorge Gracia) Latin American Philosophy for the 21st Century: the human condition, values, and the search for philosophical identity (Prometheus, 2004); (with Bärbel Frischmann) The New Light of German Romanticism (Schöningh Verlag, 2008). She is translator of Manfred Frank’s, The Philosophical Foundations of Early-German Romanticism (SUNY, 2004).
Elizabeth recently finished a book-length manuscript, The Romantic Roots of Alexander von Humboldt’s Presentation of Nature. She is (with Judith Norman) currently working on a Companion to Early German Romanticism.
CONTRIBUTIONS TO HUMANS & NATURE:
- Learning to See Nature, Learning to Love Nature: Lessons from Alexander von Humboldt
From Minding Nature’s Winter 2020, Volume 13, Number 1 issue.