ד"ר הדר נץ

מנהלת ביה"ס לחינוך סגל אקדמי בכיר
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ד"ר הדר נץ
משרד: שרת, 347

קורות חיים

Education

1995-1999          Oranim Academic College of Education (University of Haifa),
                         B.A in English Linguistics & Literaturemagna cum laude.
                         
Teaching Certificate

2001-2003          University of Haifa,
                         M.A. in English Linguisticsmagna cum laude.                         

2004-2008          University of Haifa,
                         Ph.D. in English Linguistics
                         Title of Doctoral Dissertation: Marked topic in English: A recipient-based study
                         Supervisors: Prof. Ron Kuzar and Prof. Zohar Eviatar

Post-doctoral Studies

2010-2011          College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA
                         Post-doctoral studies
                         Sponsor: Fulbright Foundation Fellowships
                         Advisor: Prof. Tracy L. Cross

2011-2013          Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
                         Post-doctoral studies
                         Sponsor: Kreitman Foundation Fellowships
                         Advisors: Prof. Roni Henkin and Prof. Yishai Tobin                 

פרסומים

Netz, H. and Kuzar, R. (2007). “Three marked theme constructions in spoken English.” Journal of Pragmatics,

39(2): 305–335.

Netz, H. and Kuzar, R. (2009). “The effect of marked topic on memory in Hebrew and English.” Languages in Contrast, 9(2): 267–283.

Netz, H. and Kuzar, R. (2009). “On the relation between marked topic and memory in Hebrew.” Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Israeli Linguistic Society, 17: 18-22. [in Hebrew] 

Kuzar, R. and Netz, H. (2010). “Empirical support for the principle of the separation of reference and role.” Journal of Pragmatics, 42(6): 1460–1468. 

Netz, H., Kuzar, R., and Eviatar, Z. (2011). “A recipient-based study of the discourse functions of marked topic constructions.” Language Sciences, 33: 154–166. 

Netz, H., Eviatar, Z., and Kuzar, R. (2011). “Do marked topics enhance memory?” Research in Language, 9(2): 5–17.

Netz, H. and Kuzar, R. (2011). “Word order and discourse functions in spoken Hebrew: A case study of possessive sentences.” Studies in Language, 35(1): 41–71.

Netz, H. (2013). “Information structure in Modern Hebrew.” In G. Khan, (ed.) Encyclopedia of Hebrew Language and Linguistics. Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers (pp. 283–287).

Netz, H. (2014). “Disagreement patterns in gifted classes.” Journal of Pragmatics, 61: 142–160.

Netz, H. (2014). “Gifted conversations: Discursive patterns in gifted classes.” Gifted Child Quarterly, 58(2): 149–163. 

Netz, H. (2016). “SOV sentences in Knesset plenaries.” Hebrew Linguistics, 70: 77–95. [In Hebrew]

Netz, H. (2016). “Designedly Incomplete Utterances and student participation.” Linguistics and Education, 33: 56–73.

Netz, H. and Lefstein, A. (2016). “A cross-cultural analysis of disagreements in classroom discourse: Comparative case studies from England, the United States, and Israel.” Intercultural Pragmatics, 13(2): 211–255.

 

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