PhD in English Literature

The Literature division is especially strong in the areas of Early Modern British Literature (1500-1800), nineteenth-century American literature, modern British and American Literature, literary theory, and Jewish Studies. We encourage and try to accommodate interdisciplinary research. Each student constructs his or her own program in consultation with an advisor, and may include (for example) course work or independent research in psychology, history, Jewish studies, cultural studies (including art history), hermeneutics, philosophy, and gender studies. .

For more information check the English Literature Program Website

English literature

PhD in Linguistics 

The Linguistics Division has strengths in both theoretical and applied linguistics. The Ph.D. program gives students the opportunity to specialise in one or more of a broad range of topics, including phonology and morphology, formal syntax and semantics, the syntax/semantics interface, pragmatics, psycholinguistics, first and second language acquisition, language disorders, neurolinguistics, bilingualism, reading, and written communication. Each student with his/her supervisor constructs an individualized program. The program may include specialization in a combination of two or more of areas in linguistics, as well as in other fields such as brain sciencespsychologycomputer science or philosophy. Specializations can also involve research in the structure or use of a specific language or languages.

For more information check the Linguistics Program Website

סטודנטים בספרייה בבר-אילן

Graduate Program in Linguistics in Clinical Reserach

This program offers an MA and PhD in Linguistics in Clinical Research within the linguistics program already offered in the English Department. The studies greatly deepen the students’ understanding of how language works and deal with issues important to clinicians working in Israel, including bilingualism, dyslexia, and first and second language acquisition.

For more information check the Program's website.


Last modified: 21/11/2017