I am a Mandel postdoctoral fellow in the Mandel Scholion Interdisciplinary Research Center at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

My research interests are in semantics of natural language and the semantics-syntax interface. I am particularly interested in the interplay of semantics, syntax, and pragmatics in the interpretation of context dependent expressions, with a focus on the expression of modal meaning in conversation. These theoretical interests are complemented with an experimental perspective, which includes corpus creation and annotation, corpus mining, and psycholinguistic experiments.

I am also affiliated with the Research Group on the Emergence of Modern Hebrew at Mandel Scholion (read more: Heb, En).

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The Mandel Scholion Interdisciplinary Research Center in the Humanities and Jewish Studies
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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Jerusalem 91905