Teresa Marques specialises in philosophy of language and has interests in metaethics, epistemology, feminist philosophy, and legal and social philosophy. Her recent work focuses on disagreement and conflicts, retractions, evaluative and normative discourse, including pejoratives, hate speech, conceptual engineering, feminism, and the interaction between language and social reality.
She has recently edited Shifting Concepts: The Philosophy and Psychology of Conceptual Variability with Åsa Wikforss for Oxford University Press (2020) and Collective Action, Philosophy and Law with Chiara Valentini for Routledge (2021). Her work has appeared in journals like Philosophical Studies, Erkenntnis, Synthese, Australasian Journal of Philosophy, Thought, Inquiry, Ratio, Philosophia, Metaphilosophy, Journal of Applied Philosophy.
Previously, Teresa Marques was the PI of the project CONCEDIS, on conceptual variability and value dispositionalism (2017-2019), and a Marie Curie Research Fellow with the Law & Philosophy research group of the University Pompeu Fabra, with a project on collective attitudes and normative disagreement funded under FP7 of the European Commission (2014-2017), and PI of a EUROCORES project of the ESF. She also held other appointments at the Universities of Lisbon and of Maryland (Europe Campus).
Teresa Marques is the coordinator of the APhil Master programme in the academic year 2022-2023. She is co-PI (with Manuel García-Carpintero) of the project The Philosophy of Hybrid Representations.