I am a senior lecturer at the department of Hebrew Language at Ben-Gurion University.
My research focuses on sociolinguistic variation in Modern Hebrew and its wider implications for sociolinguistic theory, and in particular, unpacking the complex interplay between ethnicity and stylistic variation. I mostly work in a theoretical framework of quantitative variationist sociolinguistics, focusing on sociophonetic variation, while incorporating insights from ethnographic and qualitative approaches. I also engage in qualitative research of the discursive construction of ethnic identity in Israel.

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

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