is Research Fellow in Aesthetics at Roma Tre University (Italy), Department of Philosophy, Communication and Performing Arts, and Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Hertfordshire (UK). She held postdoctoral positions at Stuttgart Academy of Fine Arts (2016) and at the Institute for Philosophy of Freie Universität Berlin (2017-2018) as a recipient of DAAD fellowships. She was also a grantee of the Slovak National Scholarship Program (2019). Lisa is a member of various philosophical associations, including the Italian Society for Aesthetics (SIE), the European Society of Aesthetics (ESA), and the International Association for Aesthetics (IAA), and is part of the editorial board of several scientific journals such as Aesthetica Preprint, Espes, and Popular Inquiry. She is also a member of the Editorial Board of the new book series ‘Transcultural Aesthetics’ (Brill). Besides a long-term interest in the philosophy of music, Lisa’s current research focuses on the philosophy of art conservation, the ethics of cultural heritage, and environmental aesthetics.