List of John Benjamins publications for which Malka Muchnik plays a role.
Trying to change a gender-marked language: Classical vs. Modern Hebrew. Gender, Language and the Periphery: Grammatical and social gender from the margins, Abbou, Julie and Fabienne H. Baider (eds.), pp. 25–462016.
Classical and Modern Hebrew are gender-marked in all morphological forms, and the rules of Hebrew syntax require gender agreement. Consequently, it is next to impossible to find a sentence without gender determination. Masculine content words are unmarked, while feminine words are derived from them. read more | Article
This study examines differences in word order between two translations of Ibsen’s play An enemy of the people into Hebrew. Both versions were translated by Rivka Meshulach, with approximately 25 years between them. In the first version word order conforms to the norms of Classical Hebrew. In the… read more | Article