October 28, 1956|
|Residence||Tel Aviv, Israel|
|Institutions||Tel Aviv University|
Fred Landman (Hebrew: פרד לנדמן; born October 28, 1956) is a professor of semantics at Tel Aviv University and the author of a number of books about linguistics. Prof. Landman is known for his influential work on progressives, polarity phenomena, groups, and other topics in semantics and pragmatics.
A native of Holland, Landman taught at Brown University and Cornell University before immigrating to Israel in 1993. He is married to London-born linguist Susan Rothstein. The couple has one daughter and resides in Tel Aviv.
- Indefinites and the Type of Sets (2004)
- Events and Plurality: The Jerusalem Lectures (2000)
- Structures for Semantics (1991)
- Towards a Theory of Information. The Status of Partial Objects in Semantics (1986)