Associate Professor of Linguistics
Galia Hatav (Ph.D. Tel Aviv
University) is a specialist in semantics. Her current interests focus on
Truth-Conditional semantics, formal pragmatics, the interface of semantics
and pragmatics, and biblical Hebrew.
E-mail me at email@example.com
of Aspect and Modality; Evidence from English and Biblical Hebrew.
John Benjamins Publishing
Company, Amsterdam & Philadelphia. 1997.
The book has received seven reviews and notices, all of which are strongly
positive (with some reservations from one reviewer). One notice by Ferdinand
de Haan appeared in Language 1999 vol. 75:3, p.
623, and one in Shofar 1999 vol. 17:4, p. 171
(presumably written by the editor). One review (in Spanish) by A. Torres
appeared in ArcgTeolGran 62 (1999); one by Mois?s Silva appeared in Hebrew Studies (The journal of
NAPH, The National Association of Professors of Hebrew) 1999, vol. 40, pp.
269-271; one by Scott B. Noegel appeared in AJS
Review (The Journal of AJS, The Association for Jewish Studies) 1999, vol.
xxiv No.2, pp. 370-374; one by Patrick J. Duffley
appeared in Word 2000, vol. 51:1, pp. 59-63; and one by Allan S. Kaye
appeared in Multilingua 2002, vol. 1:2-3, pp.
Theoretical Hebrew Linguistics; An anthology of articles on
Hebrew within the
framework of Generative Grammar. (ed.) Jerusalem: Magness Press, the Hebrew
University Press) [In Hebrew]. 2008.