​​​​Stu​​dent
PhD Dissertation Title
Supervisor
Year
Completed
Lena Ibn​Bari 

Right Node Raising Structures in Russian: Properties and Constraints in the Framework of the Multidominance Approach
Idan Landau 
& Nomi Shir
2015
Rachel​ Eitan
The acquisition of (double) object placement by Hebrew acquiring children
 
Nomi Shir & Jeannette Schaeffer​
2014
Nurit Levy
Texplicating Ulysses: A Structural Journey 
in Search of Meaning in James Joyce's Ulysses
 
Yishai Tobin
2014
Liron Shokty 
A Semiotic Analysis of the Narrative 
of Lesbian-Themed Movies 

Yishai Tobin
2014
​Lavi Wolf
​Degrees of Assertion
​Ariel Cohen
2014​

Haran, Gila
The Analysis of the Narratives of Children Raised in Lesbian Families.
 
Yishai Tobin
2013
Cohen, Daphna
The Influence of Orthography on the Culture of Speaking of Literate Israeli Hebrew-Speaking Professional Adults.
 
Yishai Tobin
2012
Alexandra 
Beytenbrat
The Russian Case System: 
A Sign-Oriented Approach
Yishai Tobin
2011
Inna Oaknin
Women and Their Relationship with Men in Selected Works of Dostoevsky: A Semiotic Approach
 
Yishai Tobin
2011
Lisa Rochman
The role of focus structure and intonation 
in quantifier floating
 
Nomi Shir
2011
Elena Simkin
The Verb and Nominal Systems of English according to the Theory of Phonology as Human Behavior
 
Yishai Tobin
2011
Hila Green
The Contour of Prosodic Intonation in Spoken Language of Children with High Functioning Autism/Asperger according to the Theory of 
Phonology as Human Behavior
 
Yishai Tobin
2010
Aviya Hacohen
On the acquisition of (Hebrew) compositional telicity
Nomi Shir &  Jeannette Schaeffer
2010
Claudia Enba
A Study of Prosody in Buenos Aires Spanish According to the Theory of Phonology as Human Behavior
 
Yishai Tobin
2009
Judith Shalmon
A Monosemic Analysis of the Suffix –ik in Hungarian
 
Yishai Tobin
2009


OLga Kuminova
Text as an Encounter: The Interpersonal Aspect of Reading in the Humanities.
 
Yishai Tobin & Gerda Elata-Alster
2008
Orit Dvash Fuks
Israeli Sign Language (ISL) according to the Sign-Oriented Approach of the Columbia School and the Theory of Phonology as Human Behavior  
 
Yishai Tobin
2007
Galina Gordishevsky
 
Subject omission in adult and child Russian
Nomi Shir &  Jeannette Schaeffer
2007
Orit Weissman
The Arab-Jewish Conflict: Three Layers of Significance Revealed Through a Semiotic Analysis of Word Systems and Gesture-Word Mismatches
 
Yishai Tobin
2007
Ira Slabidor
Applying Linguistic Theory to Foreign Language Reading Comprehension on the Beginning Level for Israeli Students on the University Level
 
Yishai Tobin
2006
Natalia Strahov
Topic and Focus in Russian Syntax
 
Nomi Shir
2006
Inessa 
Roe-Portianski
The Language of the Natural and the Supernatural in the novel The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov: A semiotic Approach
Yishai Tobin
​2005

Leah Gedalyovich
Towards an explanation of the First Language Development of Complex Sentences formed by Coordination
 
Nomi Shir &  Jeannette Schaeffer
2004