Undine Sellbach


Undine is a philosopher, artist, and Senior Lecturer at the University of Dundee. Her research brings together philosophy, ethology, psychoanalysis, feminism, and performance to rethink the entanglements of a more-than-human world. She has supervised PhD projects in the environmental arts and humanities, feminist and queer theory, the philosophy of science, performance philosophy and Wittgenstein studies. Recent research projects include the £1.4 m AHRC funded InGAME. She is co-editor of The Edinburgh Companion to Animal Studies (2018) and is currently completing a book on the ludic living philosophies of biologist Jakob von Uexküll. Alongside her academic writing she makes creative philosophy works including The Floating Islands (2006), The Blind and Deaf Highway Woman (2019) and Prickly Pear Jam: a restorative that might turn (2023).