I am a lecturer at the Hebrew Language and Linguistics departments at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. I am also affiliated with the research group on Historical Linguistics and Formal Semantics at the Mandel Scholion research center. My research interests are in semantics of natural language, its historical development, and its interfaces with syntax and pragmatics. I have a special interest in the interplay of these systems in the interpretation of context dependent expressions, with a focus on Hebrew and an empirical perspective that includes corpus creation and annotation, corpus mining, and natural language processing.
You can read more about my current research and teaching in these pages and feel free to contact me for more information. (By the way, my name is pronounced like this, or this: , and if you read Hebrew, it's just עינת.)
Department of Linguistics and Department of Hebrew Language
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Mandel Bldg. Room 234, Mt. Scopus