​​​Joanna Odrowąż-Sypniewska​

I'm a  Professor of Philosophy at the Institute of Philosophy at the University of Warsaw.

 

My main research interests lie in philosophy of language and metaphysics. Currently I'm working on the semantic minimalism - contextualism debate and on vagueness and disagreement (genuine and faultless). In 2013 I published a book Contextualism and vague expressions on contextual theories of vagueness (in Polish).

I'm the representative of my Institute at the Philosophy of Language and Mind network, which organises the 5th PLM Conference (St Andrews, 29-31 August 2019).

 

I'm on the scientific committee of SPE 11 - The 11th Semantics and Philosophy in Europe Colloquium, Warsaw, 20-22 September 2019.

I'm the chair of the Semiotics and Philosophy of Language section at Polski Zjazd Filozoficzny (Lublin, 9-14.09.2019).

  

In 2019 I was awarded a two-year research grant (National Centre for Science (NCN) Research Grant OPUS 13 (project “Vagueness and Disagreement”)). My previous three-year NCN OPUS 8 grant awarded in 2015 was on sub-sentential speech acts.

In 2012/2013 I was a Fulbright Senior Advanced Visiting Scholar at the Philosophy Department at Yale University.

 

In years 2006-2012 I coordinated the English-language programme Philosophy of Being, Cognition and Value (current name: Warsaw International Studies in Philosophy) at the University of Warsaw.

I'm a member of the board of Komitet Nauk Filozoficznych and Polskie Towarzystwo Semiotyczne.

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