Robert Munro November 5th, 2009
Uriel Cohen Priva —
Assistant Professor, Department of Cognitive, Linguistic & Psychological Sciences, Brown University
Dissertation: Sign and Signal: deriving linguistic generalizations from information utility
Olga Dmitrieva —
Visiting Scholar, UC Berkeley
Dissertation: Geminate typology and the perception of consonant duration.
Scott Grimm —
Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Translation and Language Sciences, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Dissertation: Number and Individuation
Alex Jaker –
Postdoctoral fellow, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Dissertation: Prosodic Reversal in Dogrib (Weledeh Dialect)
Dissertation: Modeling Variation in Low Resource Languages
Rebecca Starr —
Assistant Professor, National University of Singapore Dissertation: Acquisition of Sociolinguistic Knowledge in a Modern-English Dual-Immersion Classroom
Inbal Arnon —
Lecturer, Department of Psychology, University of Haifa, Israel
Dissertation: Starting Big–The role of sequences in language learning and use
Rebecca Greene —
Research Assistant, Professor John R. Rickford and Professor Joan Bresnan, Stanford University
Dissertation: Language, Ideology and Identity in Rural Eastern Kentucky
Anubha Kothari —
Senior Product Manager – Search Science, eBay
Dissertation: Processing Constraints and Word Order Variation in Hindi Relative Clauses
Nola Stephens —
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Covenant College
Dissertation: Given-before-new: The Effects of Discourse on Argument Structure in Early Child Language
Hal Tily —
Postdoctoral research associate, Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT
Dissertation: The role of processing complexity in word order variation and change
Doug Ball —
Temporary Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics, Truman State University
Dissertation: Clause Structure and Argument Realization in Tongan
Elizabeth Coppock —
Postdoctoral Researcher in Semantics, Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf, Germany.
Dissertation: The Logical and Empirical Foundations of Baker’s Paradox
Iván García Álvarez —
Senior Lecturer in Linguistics, School of Languages, University of Salford, UK.
Dissertation: Generality and Exception: A Study in the Semantics of Exceptives
Lauren Hall-Lew —
Lecturer in Sociolinguistics, Linguistics and English Language, School of Philosophy, Psychology, and Language Sciences, University of Edinburgh
Dissertation: Ethnicity and Phonetic Variation in a San Francisco Neighborhood
Elisabeth Norcliffe —
Research Staff, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen
Dissertation: Head Marking in Usage and Grammar: A Study of Variation and Change in Yucatec Maya
Laura Staum Casasanto
Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics, Stony Brook University
Dissertation: Experimental Investigations of Sociolinguistic Knowledge
Philip Hofmeister –
Lecturer in the Department of Language and Linguistics at the University of Essex
Dissertation: Representational Complexity and Memory Retrieval in Language Comprehension
Dissertation: Licensing of Negative Polarity Particles yet, anymore, either, and neither: Combining Downward Monotonicity and Assertivity
Tatiana Nikitina —
Researcher at the CNRS in Paris in the LLACAN laboratory (Langage, Langues et Cultures d’Afrique Noire)
Dissertation: The Mixing of Syntactic Properties and Language Change
Neal Snider —
Senior NLP Research Engineer, Nuance Communications
Dissertation: An Exemplar Model of Syntactic Priming
Bruno Estigarribia —
Assistant Professor of Spanish, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, UNC Chapel Hill
Dissertation: Asking questions: Language Variation and Language Acquisition
Itamar Francez —
Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics, University of Chicago.
Dissertation: Existential Propositions
Andrew Koontz-Garboden —
Senior Lecturer, Department of Linguistics and English Language, University of Manchester
Dissertation: States, Changes of State, and the Monotonicity Hypothesis
Luc Vartan Baronian —
Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics, Boston University
Dissertation: North of Phonology
John Travis Beavers —
Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics, University of Texas at Austin.
Dissertation: Argument/Oblique Alternations and the Structure of Lexical Meaning
Lev Blumenfeld —
Assistant Professor, School of Linguistics and Language Studies, Carleton University.
Dissertation: Constraints on Phonological Interactions
Kathryn Campbell-Kibler —
Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics, The Ohio State University.
Dissertation: Listener Perceptions of Sociolinguistic Variables: The Case of (ING)
Ashwini Deo —
Assistant Professor, Linguistics Department, Yale University.
Dissertation: Tense and Aspect in Indo-Aryan: Variation and Diachrony
Tim Florian Jaeger —
Assistant Professor, Brain & Cognitive Sciences and Computer Science, University of Rochester.
Dissertation: Redundancy and Syntactic Reduction in Spontaneous Speech
President, Cariden Technologies, Inc.
Dissertation: Intonation Recognition Models Based on Convex Optimizations
David Oshima —
Associate Professor, Department of International Communication, Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University.
Dissertation: Perspectives in Reported Discourse
Rob Podesva —
Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics, Stanford University
Dissertation: Phonetic Detail in Sociolinguistic Variation
Mary Rose —
Industry Research Analyst, SEIU, Columbus, Ohio
Dissertation: Language, Place and Identity in Later Life
Julie Sweetland —
Director of Teaching & Learning and Research, Center for Inspired Teaching, Washington, DC.
Dissertation: Teaching Writing in the African American Classroom: A Sociolinguistic Approach
Judith Tonhauser —
Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics, Ohio State University.
Dissertation: The Temporal Semantics of Noun Phrases: Evidence from Guaraní
Senior Search Quality Analyst, Yahoo
Dissertation: Unbounded Dependency Constructions in Western Austronesian
Roger Levy —
Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics, UC San Diego.
Dissertation: Probabilistic Models of Word Order and Syntactic Discontinuity
Jean-Philippe Marcotte —
Assistant Professor, Linguistics Program, University of Minnesota.
Dissertation: Causative Alternation Errors in Child Language Acquisition
Sarah J. Roberts —
Dissertation: The Emergence of Hawai’i Creole English in the Early 20th Century: The Sociohistorical Context of Creole Genesis
Shiao-Wei Tham —
Assistant Professor, Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, Wellesley College.
Dissertation: Representing Possessive Predication: Semantic Dimensions and Pragmatic Bases
Ash Asudeh —
Hugh Price Fellow in Linguistics and University Lecturer in Linguistics, Oxford University
Dissertation: Resumption as Resource Management
Sarah Benor —
Assistant Professor of Contemporary Jewish Studies at Hebrew Union College in Los Angeles.
Dissertation: Second Style Acquisition: The Linguistic Socialization of Newly Orthodox Jews
Brady Clark –
Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics, Northwestern University.
Dissertation: A Stochastic Optimality Theory Approach to Syntactic Change
Cathryn Donohue —
Visiting Research Fellow, Linguistics, College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University
Dissertation: Morphology Matters: Case Licensing in Basque
Hee-Sun Kim —
Coordinator and Lecturer, Korean Language Program, Stanford University.
Dissertation: The Use of Multiple Sources of Information in Korean Sentence Processing
Jacquelyn Rahman —
Assistant Professor and Director of Linguistics, Department of English, Miami University
Dissertation: It’s a Serious Business: The Construction of Middle-class White Characters by African American Narrative Comedians
Devyani Sharma —
Lecturer, School of Languages, Linguistics and Film, Queen Mary, University of London.
Dissertation: Structural and Social Constraints on Non-native Varieties of English
Andrew Wong —
Assistant Professor, Anthropology Department, California State University East Bay.
Dissertation: Tongzhi, Ideologies, and Semantic Change
Martina Theresia Faller —
Lecturer in Linguistics, University of Manchester
Dissertation: Semantics and Pragmatics of Evidentials in Cuzco Quechua
John Stephen Fry —
Lecturer, Boise State University and Freelance Translator (Japanese into English)
Dissertation: Ellipsis and Wa-marking in Japanese Conversation
Stefan Heinz Kaufmann –
Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics, Northwestern University.
Dissertation: Aspects of the Meaning and Use of Conditionals
Michael Thomas Wescoat —
Dissertation: On Lexical Sharing
Makin McDaid Abdulkhaliq —
Senior Quality Assurance Analyst, CoStar Group.
Dissertation: English Noun Classes and Generative Lexical Mechanisms
Emily Menon Bender —
Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics, University of Washington.
Dissertation: Syntactic Variation and Linguistic Competence: The Case of AAVE Copula Absence
Hanjung Lee —
Professor, Integrated English Linguistics and Literature Specialist (IELL) Education Program, Sungkyunkwan University
Dissertation: Optimization in Argument Expression and Interpretation: A Unified Approach
David Alexander McKercher —
Lecturer, Department of Linguistics, University of Victoria.
Dissertation: The Polysemy of with in First Language Acquisition
Eunjin Oh —
Associate Professor, Department of English Language and Literature at Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea.
Dissertation: Non-Native Coarticulation: The Case of Consonant-Vowel Syllables
Susanne Zalta Riehemann —
Research Linguist, Artificial Intelligence Center, SRI International.
Dissertation: A Constructional Approach to Idioms and Word Formation
Ida Elisabet Toivonen —
Assistant Professor, School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, Carleton University.
Dissertation: The Phrase-Structure of Non-Projecting Words
Qing Zhang —
Assistant Professor, School of Anthropology, The University of Arizona.
Dissertation: Changing Economy, Changing Markets: A Sociolinguistic Study of Chinese Yuppies
Yukiko Morimoto —
Dissertation: Discourse Configurationality in Bantu Morphosyntax
Julie Solomon —
Senior Research Associate and Director of Training Support, Sociometrics Corporation.
Dissertation: Phonological and Syntactic Variation in the Spanish of Valladolid, Yucatan
Brett L. Kessler —
Assistant Professor, Psychology Department, Washington University in St. Louis.
Dissertation: Estimating the Probability of Historical Connections Between Languages
Arto Tapani Anttila —
Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics, Stanford University.
Dissertation: Variation in Finnish Phonology and Morphology
Jennifer E. Arnold —
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Dissertation: Reference Form and Discourse Patterns
Bradley Cahn Davidson —
General Manager at Ogilvy CommonHealth Behavioral Insights Dissertation: Interpreting Medical Discourse: A Study of Cross-Linguistic Communication in the Hospital Clinic
Martha Swearingen Davis —
Dissertation: A Syntactic, Semantic and Diachronic Analysis of Palenquero BA
Vivienne Funn Fong —
Academic Director, Undergraduate Advising and Research, Stanford University
Dissertation: The Order of Things: What Directional Locatives Denote
Robert P. Malouf —
Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics & Asian/Middle Eastern Languages, San Diego State University.
Dissertation: Mixed Categories in the Hierarchical Lexicon
Rachel Nordlinger —
Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, University of Melbourne.
Dissertation: Constructive Case: Dependent-Marking Nonconfigurationality in Australia
Scott A. Schwenter —
Associate Professor, Hispanic Linguistics, Ohio State University
Dissertation: The Pragmatics of Conditional Marking: Implicature, Scalarity, and Exclusivity
Chang Yong Sohn —
Seoul National University, Korea.
Dissertation: The Metrical Structure of Beowulf
Renee Allison Blake —
Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics, New York University
Dissertation: All O’ We Is One? Race, Class, and Language in a Barbados Community
Hye-Won Choi —
Assistant Professor, Department of English Language and Literature, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea.
Dissertation: Optimizing Structure in Context: Scrambling and Information Structure
Anthony Ruiz Davis —
Dissertation: Lexical Semantics and Linking in the Hierarchical Lexicon
Yookyung Kim —
Principal Linguist, Yahoo Inc.
Dissertation: A Situation Semantic Account of Existential Sentences
Charles Chieh-li Lee —
Dissertation: The Human Sentence Processor: Memory Structure and Accessibility
Norma Mendoza-Denton —
Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Arizona.
Dissertation: Chicana/Mexicana Identity and Linguistic Variation: An Ethnographic and Sociolinguistics Study of Gang Affiliation in an Urban High School
Hadar Shemtov —
Research Scientist, Palo Alto Research Center.
Dissertation: Ambiguity Management in Natural Language Generation
Elizabeth Owen Bratt —
Senior Research Engineer, CSLI, Stanford University.
Dissertation: Argument Composition and the Lexicon: Lexical and Periphrastic Causatives in Korean
Rudolf Pell Gaudio —
Dissertation: Men Who Talk Like Women: Language, Gender, and Sexuality in Hausa Muslim Society
Hinrich Schuetze —
Chair of Theoretical Computational Linguistics, University of Stuttgart.
Dissertation: Ambiguity in Language Learning Computional and Cognitive Models
Lynn Cherny —
Dissertation: The Mud Register: Conversational Modes of Action in a Text-Based Virtual Reality
Jennifer Ann Cole —
Assistant (Assistant Professor), Universität Konstanz.
Dissertation: The Prosodic Domain Hierarchy in Reduplication
Richard Byrd Dasher —
Executive Director, Center for Integrated Systems and Director, US-Japan Management Program, Stanford University.
Dissertation: Grammaticalization in the System of Japanese Predicate Honorifics
Daniel Dor —
Department of Communication, Tel Aviv University
Dissertation: An Epistemically-Based Analysis of Lexical Selection
Jong-Bok Kim —
Professor, School of English, Kyung Hee University.
Dissertation: The Grammar of Negation: A Lexicalist, Constraint-Based Perspective
Christopher D. Manning —
Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics and Department of Computer Science, Stanford University.
Dissertation: Ergativity: Argument Structure and Grammatical Relations
Christopher Jude Piñón —
Research and teaching in linguistics, UFR Angellier (“Unité de formation et de recherche Angellier”), Université de Lille 3, Lille, France.
Dissertation: An Ontology for Event Semantics
Whitney Tabor —
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Connecticut.
Dissertation: Syntactic Innovation: A Connectionist Model
Seoul Women’s University, Korea.
Dissertation: Prosodic Structure in Compounds
Makoto Kanazawa —
Associate Professor, National Institute of Informatics
Dissertation: Learnable Classes of Categorial Grammars
Bonnie McElhinny —
Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Toronto.
Dissertation: We All Wear the Blue: Language, Gender and Police Work
Kurt Jonathan Queller —
Lecturer, Department of English, University of Idaho.
Dissertation: Scheming and Manipulating: How Phonological Structure Emerges Out of the Child’s Manipulation of Output Lexical Form
Gillian C. Ramchand —
Professor, Institute for Linguistics, University of Tromsø.
Dissertation: Aspect and Argument Structure in Modern Scottish Gaelic
Trisha Ann Svaib —
Dissertation: “Twice Upon a Time”: A Deaf Child’s Development of Narrative Structure
Linda Uyechi —
Lecturer, Department of Music, Stanford University.
Dissertation: The Geometry of Visual Phonology
Alexandre Alsina —
Professor, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Translation and Language Sciences
Dissertation: Predicate Composition: A Theory of Syntactic Function Alternations
Miriam Jessica Butt —
Professor, Department of Linguistics, Universität Konstanz
Dissertation: The Structure of Complex Predicates in Urdu
Masayo Iida —
Dissertation: Context and Binding in Japanese
Tracy Holloway King —
Principal Product Manager, Query Services, eBay
Dissertation: Configuring Topic and Focus in Russian
Michael Vincent Inman —
Dissertation: Semantics and Pragmatics of Colloquial Sinhala Involitive Verbs
Smita Joshi —
Dissertation: Selection of Grammatical and Logical Functions in Marathi
Yo Matsumoto —
Dissertation: On the Wordhood of Complex Predicates in Japanese
John Hamilton McWhorter, V —
Lecturer at Columbia University, Linguistics Department, American Studies
Dissertation: Toward a New Model of Genesis: Competing Processes in the Birth of Saramaccan Creole
Shuichi Yatabe —
Dissertation: Scrambling in Japanese Phrase Structure
Lubna Alsagoff —
Dissertation: Topic in Malay: The Other Subject
Jonathan Ginzburg —
Present Professor, UFR d’Études anglophones
Université Paris–Diderot (Paris 7)
Dissertation: Questions, Queries and Facts: A Semantics and Pragmatics for Interrogatives
Dissertation: Topics in the Placement and Morphology of Clitics
Andras Kornai —
Dissertation: Formal Phonology
Paul R. Kroeger —
Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics, Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics
Dissertation: Phrase Structure and Grammatical Relations in Tagalog
John C. Paolillo —
Dissertation: Functional Articulation in Diglossia: A Case Study of Grammatical and Social Correspondences in Sinhala
Henry Edward Smith —
Dissertation: Restrictiveness in Case Theory
Fu Tan —
Associate Professor, Department of Foreign Languages. San Jose State University.
Dissertation: Notion of Subject in Chinese
Stephen Mark Wechsler —
Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics, University of Texas, Austin.
Dissertation: Argument Structure and Linking
Professor, Department of Nigerian Languages, Bayero State University.
Dissertation: Thematic Arguments and Semantic Roles in Hausa
Young-Mee Yu Cho —
Associate Professor, Department of Asian Languages and Cultures, Rutgers University.
Dissertation: Parameters of Consonantal Assimilation
Kristin Hanson —
Associate Professor, Department of English, University of California, Berkeley
Dissertation: Resolution in Modern Meters
Associate Professor, Department of English, Seoul National University, Korea.
Dissertation: Argument Selection and Case Marking in Korean
John Stonham —
Dissertation: Current Issues in Morphological Theory
Christopher Douglas Culy —
Dissertation: The Syntax and Semantics of Internally Headed Relative Clauses
Mary Dalrymple —
Professor of Syntax and Fellow of Linacre College, Oxford University
Dissertation: Syntactic Constraints on Anaphoric Binding
Keith died on November 16, 1998. He was Associate Professor in the Department of English Language/Literature at East Michigan University. There is a Memorial Page for him at the EMU Linguistics Program web site.
Dissertation: The Diachronic Development of Phonological Voice Quality, With Special Reference to Dinka and Other Nilotic languages
Tara Warrier Mohanan —
Associate Professor, Department of English Languages/Literature, National University of Singapore.
Dissertation: Arguments in Hindi
Dissertation: Transparency, Analogy, and Phonological Change: Vowel Quantity and Nominal Number
Sharon Inkelas —
Professor and Chair, Department of Linguistics, University of California, Berkeley.
Dissertation: Prosodic Constituency in the Lexicon
Jonni Miikka Kanerva —
Dissertation: Focus and Phrasing in Chichewa Phonology
Marilyn Martin-Jones —
Dissertation: Models and Methods in the Study of Bilingualism among Linguistic Minorities (Vol. I, Vol. II)
Deborah Salgo —
Dissertation: Cohesion in Children’s Fictional Stories: Transitivity and a Goal-Directed Causal Analysis
Dovie Ruth Wylie —
Discourse analyst, owner of consulting and training firm working in SF Bay Area industries since 1979
Dissertation: The Structure of Monologue Discourse in English
Mohamad Z. Abd-Rabbo
Professor, English Department, Bir-Zeit University.
Dissertation: Some Morphological Constraints in Classical Arabic
Michael Barlow —
Dissertation: A Situated Theory of Agreement
Daniel Paul Flickinger —
Dissertation: Lexical Rules in the Hierarchical Lexicon
Mark Edward Johnson —
Professor, Department of Cognitive and Linguistic Science, Brown University.
Dissertation: Attribute-Value Logic and the Theory of Grammar
Suzanne E. Kemmer —
Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics, Rice University.
Dissertation: The Middle Voice: A Typological and Diachronic Study
Elizabeth Anne Krainer
Dissertation: Challenges in a Psychotherapy Group: Reflections of Direct and Indirect Discourse Strategies
Writer, TESOL, composition consultant in Berlin.
Dissertation: The Expressive Function of Nominal Structure in Marianne Moore and Wallace Stevens
Draga Zec —
Professor, Department of Linguistics, Cornell.
Dissertation: Sonority Constraints on Prosodic Structure
Kathie Lou Carpenter —
Associate Professor, University of Oregon.
Dissertation: How Children Learn to Classify Nouns in Thai
William Albert Croft —
Professor, Department of Linguistics, University of New Mexico
Dissertation: Categories and Relations in Syntax: The Clause-Level Organization of Information (Vols I and II)
Judith Golden Hochberg
Dissertation: The Acquisition of Word Stress Rules in Spanish
Associate Professor, Kanazawa University.
Dissertation: Grammatical Functions in the Syntax of Japanese Nominals
Dissertation: Causal Connectives in the Early History of English: A Study of Diachronic Syntax
Megumi died on January 23, 1999. She was Senior Research Scientist at SRI International in Menlo Park, California. There is a Memorial Page for her hosted by the Stanford Linguistics Department.
Dissertation: Zero Anaphora: The Case of Japanese
Dissertation: Structure in Language and Music: A Linguistic Approach
Professor, Sophia University, Japan.
Dissertation: Complex Predicates and Lexical Operations in Japanese
Carl Jesse Pollard —
Professor, Department of Linguistics, Ohio State University
Dissertation: Generalized Phrase Structure Grammars, Head Grammars, and Natural Language
Paul Robert Kozelka
Foreign Service Officer, US Information Service at the American Embassy in Paris.
Dissertation: The Development of National Languages: A Case Study of Language Planning in Togo
Marlys Arlene Macken —
Professor, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Dissertation: Phonological Universals and Variation: On Pattern and Diversity in Acquisition
Barbara Frant Hecht —
John Tracy Clinic, University of Southern California, Los Angeles.
Dissertation: Situations and Language: Children’s Use of Plural Allomorphs in Familiar and Unfamiliar Settings
Mariza do Nascimento Silva Pimenta-Bueno —
Dissertation: Aspects of Verbal Syntax in Brazilian Portuguese Within the Framework of the Extended Standard Theory of Grammar
Annette Herskovits, PhD, became a writer and peace activist after a career as a linguist and college professor.
Dissertation: Space and the Prepositions in English: Regularities and Irregularities in a Complex Domain
Rebecca W. Labrum
Dissertation: Conditions of Double Negation in the History of English With Comparison to Similar Developments in German
Susan C. Shepherd —
Dissertation: Modals in Antiguan Creole, Child Language Acquisition, and History
David Dowell Cusic
Dissertation: Verbal Plurality and Aspect
David Anderoff Evans
Dissertation: Situations and Speech Acts: Toward a Formal Semantics of Discourse
Carolyn Echols Johnson —
Associate Professor, University of British Columbia.
Dissertation: Children’s Questions and the Discovery of Interrogative Syntax
Al-Amin M. Mazrui —
Professor, Department of Black Studies, Ohio State University.
Dissertation: Acceptability in a Planned Standard: The Case of Swahili in Kenya
Randa Cecilia Mulford
Dissertation: Talking Without Seeing: Some Problems of Semantic Development in Blind Children
Claude Manley Reichard —
Senior Lecturer, Writing & Critical Thinking, Department of English, Stanford University
Dissertation: Meter and Rhythm in English Verse: Towards a Musical Synthesis
Chui Lim Tsang
Dissertation: A Semantic Study of Modal Auxiliary Verbs in Chinese
Sharon Read Veach
Technical writer, Sun Microsystems.
Dissertation: Children’s Telephone Conversations
Steven Eric Weisler
Dissertation: Relativization and Existence
Dissertation: The Use of ‘Tu’ and ‘Usted’: Patterns of Address in the Middle Class of Caracas
Margaret Deuchar —
Senior Lecturer, University of Wales, Bangor.
Dissertation: Diglossia in British Sign Language
Delia Farach Hufton
Dissertation: Parametros Del Lunfardo
Linda Kay Brown
Dissertation: Word Formation in Pocomchi
Mary Louise Edwards —
Professor, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Syracuse University.
Dissertation: Patterns and Processes in Fricative Acquisition: Longutidinal Evidence from Six English-Learning Children
Joy Louise Robinson
Dissertation: Verbal Deference in Catalan: A Sociolinguistic Inverstigation of the Pronouns of Address
Kenneth Lyell Stallcup
Dissertation: A Comparative Perspective on the Phonology and Noun Classification of Three Cameroon Grassfields Bantu Languages: Moghamo, Ngie, and Oshie
James William Tollefson
Professor of English, University of Washington
Dissertation: Diglossia and Language Policy, with Special Reference to Slovenia
Elaine Slosberg Andersen
Professor, University of Southern California.
Dissertation: Learning to Speak with Style: A Study of the Sociolinguistic Skills of Children
Irene Barrie Vogel —
Professor, Department of Linguistics and Cognitive Science, University of Delaware
Dissertation: The Syllable in Phonological Theory; With Special Reference to Italian
Ann Charlotte Woodard
Dissertation: A Sociolinguistic Analysis of the Relationship of Language Dominance, Lexical Meaning and Grammatical Structure in the Reading and Aural Comprehension of Bidialectals
James Joseph Duran
Dissertation: The Role of Swahili in a Multilingual Rural Community in Kenya
Lily Wong Fillmore
Professor Emerita, Graduate School of Education, University of California, Berkeley.
Dissertation: The Second Time Around: Cognitive and Social Strategies in Second Language Acquisition
James Paul Gee —
Mary Lou Fulton Presidential Professor of Literacy Studies, Department of English, Arizona State University
Dissertation: Perception, Intentionality, and Naked Infinitives: A Study in Linguistics and Philosophy
Patricia Causey Nichols
Professor Emerita, Department of Linguistics and Language Development, San José State University
Dissertation: Linguistic Change in Gullah: Sex, Age, and Mobility
Charles E. DeBose
Dissertation: Papiamentu: A Spanish-based creole
Linda Gail Hemphill
Dissertation: A Conceptual Approach to Automated Language Understanding and Belief Structures: With a Complete Disambiguation of the Word ‘For’
Vera Milada Henzl
Dissertation: Cultivation and Maintenance of Literary Czech by American Speakers
Ann Thayer Holmquist
Dissertation: A Semantic Approach to Narrative Fiction
Stephen Rudy Luckau
Dissertation: A Tonal Analysis of Grebo and Jabo
Mary Louise Pratt
Silver Professor of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Literatures, NYU.
Dissertation: Toward a Speech Act Theory of Literary Discourse
Sylvia Weber Russell
Dissertation: Computer Understanding of Conceptually Complex Phrases
Veda R. Charrow
Dissertation: Deaf English – An Investigation of the Written English Competence of Deaf Adolescents
Teresa Ching-Sha Chen
Dissertation: A Statistical Study of Mandarin Phonology
Olga Kaunoff Garnica
Dissertation: Some Prosodic Characteristics of Speech to Young Children
Philip Alan Stephen Sedlak
Dissertation: Sociocultural Determinants of Lanuage Maintenance and Language Shift in a Rural Coastal Kenyan Community
Caroline Mary Stoel
Dissertation: The Acquisition of Liquids in Spanish
Naomi Susan Baron
Professor of Linguistics, American University.
Dissertation: The Evolution of English Periphrastic Causatives: Contributions to a General Theory of Linguistic Variation and Change
Anthony Fred Beltramo
Dissertation: Lexical and Morphological Aspects of Linguistics Acculturation by Mexican Americans in San Jose, California
Dissertation: The Hindu and Muslim Dialects of Bengali
Lilith Margaret Haynes
Dissertation: Language in Barbados and Guyana: Attitudes, Behaviours and Comparisons
Gayle Holley Partmann
Dissertation: Le Dioula vehiculaire en Cote d’Ivoire: Etude comparative des jeunes locuteurs primaire et secondaires du dioula
Dissertation: Rumanian Phonology
Margaret Mian Yan Sung
Dissertation: A Study of Literary and Colloquial Amoy Chinese
Thelma Evans Weeks
Dissertation: The Slow Speech Development of a Bright Child
Dissertation: Syntactic Glosses in Latin Manuscripts of Anglo-Saxon Origin
Rebecca Nogieru Agheyisi
Dissertation: West African Pidgin English: Simplification & Simplicity
Janine Konauka Reklaitis
Dissertation: Theory of Analogical Change: Application to Lithuanian
Alan Edward Bell
Dissertation: A State-Process Approach to Syllabicity and Syllable Structure
Dissertation: Lexical and Morphological Aspects of American Italian in San Francisco
David Dixon Gardner
Dissertation: A Frequency Dictionary of Classical Latin Words, Volumes I, II
Dissertation: the Role of Person Deixis in Underlying Semantics
Olasope Oyediji Oyelaran
Dissertation: Yoruba Phonology
Michael Wilmont Grady
Dissertation: Syntax and Semantics of the English Verb Phrase
Karen Louise Halladay Kavavik
Dissertation: Noun Suffixes in Modern Spanish: A Synchronic Study of Formal and Statistical Properties
Hector Norberto Urrutibeheity
Dissertation: The Lexical Structure of Spanish, with Special Consideration for the Functional, Physical and Statistical Properties
Edward Roy Gammon
Dissertation: The Statistical Determination of Linguistic Units
William Taylor Patterson
Dissertation: The Lexical Structure of Spanish, With Special Consideration for the Genealogical and Chronological Properites
Elisabeth Angela Popov
Dissertation: The Semantic Structure of the Russian Diminutives
Theodore Stephan Rodgers
Dissertation: Measuring Vocabulary Difficulty: An Analysis of Item Variables in Learning Russian-English and Japanese-English Vocabulary Pairs
Kimie Mushiaki Swindell
Dissertation: A Dictionary of Japanese Syllables
Lars Holm Gantzel
Dissertation: The Meaning of Terminal Pitch Pattern
Dissertation: A Frequency Dictionary of Japanese Words, Volume I, Volume II
Richard Lawrence Venezky
Dissertation: A Study of English Spelling-to-Sound Correspondences on Historical Principles
Dissertation: Deviations from Standard English in the Writing of Filipino College Freshmen