Diane and Guilford Glazer and Lea and Allen Orwitz Teaching Fellow in Modern Hebrew
See Also: Instructor Pariente's CV
The Department of Religious Studies and the Fern and Manfred Steinfeld Program in Judaic Studies are delighted to welcome Itsik Pariente, 2013–2014 Diane and Guilford Glazer and Lea and Allen Orwitz Teaching Fellow in Modern Hebrew. Instructor Pariente is currently completing his Ph.D. in Linguistics at the University of Amsterdam. His research interests include linguistics and Hebrew language, including General Modern Hebrew and Sephardic Modern Hebrew. He has taught courses on Hebrew language, culture, and literature. His recent publications include “Pharyngeal related non-lexical vowels in Sephardic Modern Hebrew” (Linguistics in Amsterdam, 2010); “Grammatical paradigm uniformity” (Morphology, 2012); and Pariente & Bolozky Sh., “Stress shift and trochaic structures in the nominal system of Modern Hebrew” (Lingua, under review).