Selected Publications (continued)
Hebrew and Jewish discourse
'The Grammar of Modern Hebrew', Cambridge University Press, 1989.
(Editor) 'Hebrew in Ashkenaz: A Language in Exile,' Oxford University Press, 1993.
'Inside the language planner's head: Tactical responses to a mass migration', Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 16(5), pp. 351-372, 1995.
'Toward a sociology of Ashkenazi Hebrew', Jewish Social Studies 2(3), pp. 85-114, 1996.
At the seam of syntax and semantics: "as if" in Modern Hebrew' in M. Bar-Asher (ed.) Studies in Hebrew and Jewish Languages Presented to Shelomo Morag, Jerusalem: The Bialik Institute, pp. 15-32, 1996.
'We never changed our language: Attitudes of British Hasidic educators to Yiddish', Osnabrücker Beitrage zur Sprachtheorie, 54, pp. 60-88, 1997.
'Lexicographic function and the relation between supply and demand.' International Journal of Lexicography, 1998.
(Co-author: Miriam Isaacs) 'Sacred Voices: The Language of Ultraorthodox Jews.' Special issue of the International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 138, 1999.
(with KM Loewenthal and V Goldblatt) 'Guarding the tongue: A thematic analysis of gossip control strategies among Orthodox Jewish women in London.' Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 24 (3), pp. 513-524, 2004.
'The Hasidic Tale and the Sociolinguistic Modernization of the Jews of Eastern Europe' in Rella Kushelevsky & Avidov Lipsker  (eds.) Ma'aseh Sippur, Bar Ilan University Press, 2006, pp. 7-36, 2006.
'Minimizers in Second Temple/Mishnaic Hebrew: A syntactic-semantic analysis.' In Steven Fassberg (ed.)  Sha’arei Lashon: Studies in Hebrew, Aramaic and Jewish Languages presented to Moshe Bar-Asher. Mosad Bialik, pp. 103-128, 2007. [in Hebrew]