Keren Einat




A PhD student in the department of (Generative) Linguistic.

Former member of the Mandel Scholion Research Center group ‘The emergence of Modern Hebrew’.


Fields of interest:

Cognitive Sciences

Negation in Language

Contact Language Formation, and its relation to the revival process of Hebrew

Language acquisition



Keren, E. H. (2015). From Negative Polarity to Negative Concord—Slavic Footprints in the Diachronic Change of Hebrew meʔuma, klum, and šum davar. Journal of Jewish Languages3(1-2), 183-198.


Work as a Hoffman Fellow:

Working alongside the support unit for students with learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder, in giving support for students on the autistic spectrum.

Advocating for people with disabilities in the Israeli parliament.