María Inés Corbalán holds a PhD and Master’s degree in Philosophy (Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil – 2018 and 2012, respectively), as well as a teaching qualification and undergraduate degree in Philosophy (Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina – 2004 and 2008, respectively). Following her teaching qualification, she taught Logic, Introduction to Scientific Methodology, and Philosophy of Science at various universities in Argentina. In 2018-19 she held a post-doctoral fellowship at the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil.
Three of her publications (co-authored with Giulia Terzian – IFILNOVA) have won best essay prizes: “Our epistemic duties in scenarios of vaccine mistrust” (Early career PERITIA Prize – 2021); “Fare di falsità virtù: Acquisizione del linguaggio e idealizzazioni scientifiche” (Best Paper Prize AISC – 2019) and “Simplicity of what? A case study from generative linguistics” (Simplicities & Complexities Essay Competition – 2019).
Her main areas of research and interest are logic, theoretical linguistics, philosophy of science and epistemology.