Dr. Rakefet Dilmon
2013-… Talpiot College, Tel Aviv— Head of the Hebrew Language Department
2001-… Department of Hebrew and Semitic Languages, Bar Ilan University—teacher in the Diploma Studies in Editing (Hebrew) and in the Hebrew and Semitic Languages Department.
2001-… Talpiot College, Tel Aviv—lecturer in linguistics.
2009-… The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, The Institute of Criminology – lecturer in language and crime.
2001-2009 Ashkelon Academic College—lecturer in Hebrew expression.
2008-… The Israeli Association for the Study of Language and Society - coordinator of editorial board of journal Israel Studies in Language and Society.
- Department of Hebrew and Semitic Languages, Bar Ilan University—coordinator of editorial board of the journal Hebrew Linguistics.
1998-2004 Bar Ilan University—Ph.D. in Hebrew language (in direct track Ph.D. program). Subject of doctoral dissertation: “Linguistic Differences Between Lie and Truth in Spoken Hebrew.”
1994-1995 The Hebrew University of Jerusalem—teaching certificate and diploma in editing.
1992-1995 The Hebrew University of Jerusalem—BA in Hebrew language and Jewish philosophy.
Non-commissioned officer teaching new immigrants at Education Corps base.
- (With Timor, U.) The Narrative of Men Who Murder Their Partners: How Reliable Is It?, International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 57 (9), 2013 [DOI: 10.1177/0306624X13494074]
- False speech, linguistic aspects in Hebrew, The Encyclopedia of Hebrew Language and Linguistics, in print.
- “It's her fault”: Content analysis of the stories told by men who murdered their partners, Israel Studies in Language and Society, 2 (1), 2009, pp. 78-97
- Different types of oral discourse and their suitable genre (in Hebrew), Helkat Lashon 42, 2011-2012, pp. 72-95.
- Between thinking and speaking—Linguistic tools for detecting a fabrication, Journal of Pragmatics, 41, 2008, 6, pp. 1152-1170.
- Fiction or Fact? Comparing True and Untrue Anecdotes (in Hebrew), Hebrew Linguistics, 59, 2007, pp. 23-42.
- Linguistic Differences Between Lie and Truth in Spoken Hebrew - Doctoral Dissertation, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israe, 2004.
- On The way to independency – Incoraging Linguistic creativity in the Ulpan, Hed Ha-Ulpan He-Hadash, 86, 2003, http://cms.education.gov.il/NR/rdonlyres/2AB42A85-70A7-4772-9395-BEEAA51E644F/88217/8610.doc
- Review of "The Israeli Comprehensive Lexicon of Popular Hebrew Idioms", written by M. Fruchtman, E. Sher, & Z. Shehory-Rubin (in Hebrew), Hebrew Linguistics, in print.
Lectures/Papers Presented at Conferences
On the way to independence – Encouraging linguistic creativity in the Ulpan. Israel Association of Applied Linguistics (IAAL) Conference (September, 2002).
Language of the lie: Linguistic characteristics of the language of falsehood as opposed to the language of truth. Israeli Linguistic Society Conference (April, 2004).
Who is lying? A linguistic instrument to distinguish between the true and the falsified story. Israeli Association for the Study of Language and Society Conference (June, 2004).
Type and genre – Different types of oral discourse and their appropriate genre. Israel Association of Applied Linguistics (IAAL) Conference (October, 2005).
A text put to the test of the lie detector. Hebrew and Its Instruction Study Day, Mofet Institute (July, 2006).
“She caused it" – Content analysis of the stories told by men who murdered their partners. Discourse and Gender Conference (February, 2009).
Crimes of passion – Analysis of the narratives of wife-killers. Lecture delivered at Language and Communication Study Day, Mofet Institute (February, 2009).
What is his real story? – Linguistic Analysis of the narratives of wife-killers. Lecture delivered at "Hebrew – a Living language" Conference, Oranim college (February, 2010).
Cognitive-semantic analysis of the discourse of sex offenders, NAPH conference, L.A. (June, 2012).
Identifying "suspicious utterances" in an interview using linguistic analysis, World Congress of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem (August, 2013).