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Isidora Stojanovic holds a PhD in Cognitive science (2002, Ecole Polytechnique, dir. F. Recanati) and a PhD in Philosophy (2007, Stanford University, dir. John Perry), as well as an “Habilitation à Diriger les Recherches” (EHESS, 2014). She joined the Jean Nicod Institute as a CNRS researcher in October 2004, and was promoted as a Research Director in October 2015. From 2012 to 2014, she was on a research leave conducting a project on Lexical Meaning and Logical Inference, with a Marie Curie IEF grant, at the University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, within the Formal Linguitics Group (GLiF), of which she continues to be an external member. She is also an associate member of LOGOS, Barcelona, and of the Center for Logic and Language (CeLL), London.

Stojanovic primarily works at the interface between philosophy of language and semantics. She has written about context-dependence, indexicality, first-person speech and thought, the foundations of semantics, future contingents, quantifier domain restriction, and the semantics-pragmatics boundary. She also works on value judgements and evaluative language, including predicates of personal taste, aesthetic adjectives and moral vocabulary, with interests spreading into the neighboring disciplines of epistemology, aesthetics and metaethics.