Class of 2004 Theses
Eric Acton (HC).
"Generalized distributivity and nonmaximality in plural definite noun phrases in subject position". [PDF]
"An autosegmental approach to problems in reconstructing Old Chinese". [PDF]
"Studies of vowel reduction in Russian". [PDF]
"Slavey jargon and the presence of French loanwords in Northern Athabascan". [PDF]
"Contextual aspects of the passage of Question 2 in Massachusetts: A language policy and planning analysis". [PDF]
"Reflexives and pronominals in ambiguous English sentences". [PDF]
"The final frontier: Spatial terminology in Kiranti". [PDF]
Jessie Johnston (BMC).
"Talking and chewing gum: Processing real speech variation with the featurally underspecified lexicon". [PDF]
"African American language styles in Afrocentric schools". [PDF]
"A few thoughts on the meaning of few and a few". [PDF]
Grace Mrowicki (HC).
"Linguistic economy and the typology of Turkic pronouns". [PDF]
"Akan vowel harmony". [PDF]
"Possessive-ing and accusative-ing constructions in English". [PDF]
Sarah Tan (BMC).
"HTML in the context of natural language variation and change". [PDF]
"Secret agents: Synthetic approaches to language evolution". [PDF]