The Division for Advancement and External Relations  

 
MALKA  RAPPAPORT HOVAV,  Henya Sharef Professor of Humanities 
Status : ACTIVE Birth place : NEW YORK, NY
Office Phone: 02-588-3982 Fax:
E-Mail: mhovav@mscc.huji.ac.il
U.R.L: http://linguistics.huji.ac.il/Teach.html
 
Department Faculty  
LINGUISTICS FACULTY OF HUMANITIES Dept. Description
 
Academic Degree   Institution Year
Ph.D. MASS. INST. OF TECHNOLOGY (MIT) 1984
 
Academic Position   Year
PROFESSOR 2000
 
Administrative Position   From To
Provost, Rothberg International School, Hebrew Univ. 2014
 
External Academic Positions and Awards
Sen. Lect. 1989; Assoc. Prof. 1992-2000, Bar-Ilan Univ.
 
Research Interests
Lexical semantics. Argument structure. Diathesis. Event structure.
Morphology.
 
Research Projects
Towards understanding and deconstructing thematic hierarchies.
 
Selected Publications
Publication Title   Year
A constructional idiom in Modern Hebrew: The influence of 2015
Building scalar changes. In: 2013
Lexical Semantics, Syntax, and Event Structure. Oxford 2010
A unified approach to reflexivization in Semitic and Romance. 2009
Argument Realization. (Research Surveys in Linguistics). 2005
The semantic determinants of argument expression: A view from 2004
Change of state verbs: Implications for theories of argument 2002
An event structure account of English resultatives. 2001
Classifying single argument verbs. In: 2000
Two structures for compositionally derived events. In: 1999
Building verb meanings. In: 1998
Morphology and lexical semantics. In: 1998
Two types of derived accomplishments. In: 1996
Lexical semantics and syntactic structure. In: 1996
The elasticity of verb meaning. In: 1995
Unaccusativity: At the Syntax-Lexical Semantics Interface. 1995
A preliminary analysis of causative verbs in English. (Also 1994
--er Nominals: Implications for a theory of argument structure. 1992
The lexical semantics of verbs of motion: The perspective from 1992
Affectedness and externalization. In: 1991
Wiping the slate clean: A lexical-semantic exploration. (Also 1991
Papers in Lexical Functional Grammar. Bloomington, IN, 1983

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