Anna Ezekiel is a feminist historian of philosophy and German translator focused on post-Kantian German philosophy and the work of historical women philosophers. She is an honorary fellow at the University of York, UK, and visiting faculty at Parami University, Myanmar. Ezekiel’s main research project is the rediscovery and interpretation of the philosophical thought of Romantic writer Karoline von Günderrode (1780–1806). Her translations of Günderrode’s writings appear in Poetic Fragments (SUNY Press, 2016), Philosophical Fragments (OUP, forthcoming) and Women Philosophers of the Long 19th Century: The German Tradition, ed. Dalia Nassar & Kristin Gjesdal (OUP, 2021). For the latter volume, she also translated philosophical writings by Bettina Brentano-von Arnim, Hedwig Dohm, Lou Andreas-Salomé, Edith Stein, Gerda Walther, Clara Zetkin, and Rosa Luxemburg.
Personal Website: ACEzekiel.com