Researcher interests: Modern Hebrew; Semantics of natural language and its interfaces with syntax and pragmatics; Context dependent expressions; Language change and the revival of Hebrew; Corpus Linguistics.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: Faculty of Humanities
DEPARTMENT: Hebrew Language
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Selected Publications

Elena Herburger, Aynat Rubinstein
gradable possibility and epistemic comparison (2019)| Journal of Semantics| Read more
avigail tsirkinsadan, Aynat Rubinstein, Ivy Sichel
superfluous negation in modern hebrew and its origins (2015)| Journal of Jewish Languages| Read more
on necessity and comparison (2014)| Pacific Philosophical Quarterly| Read more
Elena Herburger, Aynat Rubinstein
is more possible more possible in german (2014)| Semantics and Linguistic Theory| Read more
daniel simonson, elizabeth krawczyk, graham katz, hillary harner, paul portner, Aynat Rubinstein
toward fine grained annotation of modality in text (2013)| Proceedings of the IWCS 2013 Workshop on Annotation of Modal Meanings in Natural Language (WAMM)| Read more
figuring out what we ought to do the challenge of delineating priorities (2013)| | Read more
graham katz, paul portner, Aynat Rubinstein
proceedings of the iwcs 2013 workshop on annotation of modal meanings in natural language wamm (2013)| Proceedings of the IWCS 2013 Workshop on Annotation of Modal Meanings in Natural Language (WAMM)| Read more
graham katz, paul portner, Aynat Rubinstein
ordering combination for modal comparison (2012)| Semantics and Linguistic Theory| Read more
roots of modality ()| ProQuest LLC| Read more

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