Nadav Linial

Full-time Lecturer of Hebrew

Guilford 201

Nadav Linial is a professor of Modern Hebrew Language and Literature. His background is in Hebrew Literature (BA, MA, Tel-Aviv University, PhD, Department of Middle East Studies, University of Michigan). His research explores Hebrew literature’s engagement with the tragic tradition, and its role in the cultural landscape of the Yishuv, the Jewish settlement in pre-state Israel/Palestine. Linial is also an Israeli Hebrew poet. He has published two books – Tikrat Ha’Adamah (Earth Ceiling, Keshev, 2010), and Hallel (Praise, Pardes, 2021), and is the winner of the 2011 Teva Prize for Hebrew Poetry, and the 2020 Pa’is Prize for poetry manuscripts. He teaches Hebrew language courses, as well as courses on Modern Hebrew literature and Israeli culture.