Class of 2003 Theses
Allison Adelman (BMC).
"On the status of N-V verbal compounds in Catalan". [PDF]
"Out of the mouths of beasts: Animal communication and perspectives on the evolution of language". [PDF]
"Analysis of the Standard French ne-drop phenomenon". [PDF]
"The nature of verb categories in American Sign Language". [PDF]
Virginia Culler (BMC).
"Observations on the optionality of Modern Catalan participle agreement and hypotheses as to its implications for the future of Romance languages". [PDF]
"The same old story: Presidential rhetoric and interpreting September 11th". [PDF]
Anna Dunbar-Hester (BMC).
"Hungarian vowel harmony". [PDF]
"The: Definite article of the English language". [PDF]
Tim Ifill (HC).
"Seeking the nature of idioms: A study in Idiomatic structure". [PDF]
Terry Kegel (HC).
"Linguistic tug-of-war: French and German in Alsace, 1945". [PDF]
"Spatial language and temporal cognition". [PDF]
"An optimality-theory-based analysis of variable /l/-vocalization in Australian English". [PDF]
Cay Miller (HC).
"Can Sesame Street bridge the Pacific Ocean?: Effects of American television on the Australian language". [PDF]
"Plurals and the seriative prefix in Navajo". [PDF]
"Emergent/discursive resistance: A situated analysis of the application of autobiographical narrative to an academic space". [PDF]
Blake Sherblom-Woodward (BMC).
"Hackers, gamers, and lamers: The use of 133t in the computer sub-culture". [PDF]
Susannah Smith (BMC).
"An account of the morpho-phonology of English personal initialed nicknames: Orthography enters the constraint hierarchy". [PDF]
"Markedness and morphological change in obsolescent languages". [PDF]
Lindsay Voigt (HC).
"If we care to preserve even that: Scots and the question of language revitalization". [PDF]
ASL Lecture. [on video]