- Introduction to the Study of Language
- Principles and Parameters in Universal Grammar
- Readings in Language and Learnability
- Introduction to English Linguistics
- Language, Thought, Evolution
- Syntactic Theory
- Language and Social Identity
- Syntactic Structures
- A-movement and Non-finite Complementation
- Recent Developments in the Minimalist Program
- Contemporary Syntax
- Nominalization and the Structure of DP
- Issues in the Syntax and Semantics of Reconstruction (co-taught with Danny Fox)
- Issues in the Syntax and Semantics of Negation and Polarity (co-taught with Luka Crnič)
- Towards a Sociolinguistics of Modern Hebrew: Language, Gender, and Nation
- Competence and Performance: The grammar, acquisition, and processing of pronouns.
- Pronominal Competitions
MA Thesis Supervision
- Shira Farbi (2005). The Difference between Strong and Weak Islands for Wh-Movement. Graduated with honors from the English department.
- Yulia Spivak (2005). The Status of Local Scrambling in Russian. Graduated with honors from the department of Cognitive Science.
- Tanya Benchetrit (2005). The Syntax of French-Speaking Children’s Relatives. MA thesis, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
- Shireen Siam (2010) Resumptive Pronouns in Palestinian Arabic.
- Einat Keren (2012). A Diachronic Study of the History of Negative Concord in Modern Hebrew. MA thesis, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
- Odelia Ahdut (2016). The Syntax-semantics Interface in Hebrew Psychological Nominalizations.
- Tamar Lan (2016). Overlapping Reference and its Implications for the Binding Theory.
- Yair Yitzhaki (in progress). Vehicle Change in Ellipsis: pronouns and N-words.
PhD thesis Supervision
- Tanya Benchetrit. (2014) Resumptive Pronouns, Pied Piping, and the Subset Problem in French-Speaking Children’s Relatives.
- Ilona Spector (2015) The Syntax of Clefts in Modern Hebrew.
- Einat Keren (in progress). The Syntax and Semantics of Neg-Concord and Neg-Polarity.