My research focuses on sociolinguistic variation in Modern Hebrew, and its wider implications for sociolinguistic theory.

I am a lecturer at the department of Hebrew Language at Ben-Gurion University, where I work mainly on sociophonetic variation in Hebrew and how it interacts with the construction of ethnic identity in Israel.
Other interests include phonetic perception, language contact, and experimental approaces to Hebrew syntax.

You can download my CV
here, or download my current publications (and see what I’m up to in general) here.

roeyg (at) bgu (dot) ac (dot) il