Class of 2009 Theses


Margarita Acosta (Bryn Mawr College)
Language Minorities Developing Multiple Literacies Additive Bilingual Education and Transformative Pedagogy [PDF]

Rio Akasaka
Foreign Accented Speech Transcription and Accent Recognition Using a Game-based Approach [PDF]

Andrew Avilio
NPI Licensing Contexts in German and English: An Analysis of a Peculiar Construction [PDF]

Elizabeth Bogal-Allbritten
Gradability and Degree Constructions in Navajo [PDF]

Elizabeth Brown
One Student, Two Languages: Print Literacy in Deaf Student [PDF]

Andrew Crispin
Mongolian Translation Issues in the Book of Matthew: Lexical Ambiguity and Faithfulness to Form [PDF]

Anne Marie Flood (Bryn Mawr College)
Riding the She-Camel into the Desert : A Translation of Two Classical Arabic Poets [PDF]

Anne-Marie Frassica
Copula Variation in African American Vernacular English: An Investigation of the Individual- and Stage-level Predicate Hypothesis [PDF]

Nick Gaw
We Have a Language Problem Here: Linguistic Identity in East Africa [PDF]

Katherine Hagan
The ‘Glish is no Glitch: Spanish-English Contact Phenomena in Advertising Copy [PDF]

Christopher Healy (Haverford College) Click here to mail Christopher.
Language Policy and Linguistic Ideologies in Tibet: A Case Study of Xinduo, Qinghai Province, China

Maureen Hoffmann (Bryn Mawr College)
Endangered Languages, Linguistics, and Culture: Researching and Reviving the Unami Language of the Lenape [PDF]

Patrick Kolodgy
Learning Metaphors in Music Criticism [PDF]

Harrison Magee
Talking About Taste: How the Description of Food Means and Does [PDF]

Mark Mei
Phonetic Diversity in Internal Movement Across Sign Languages: A study of ASL, BSL, LIS, LSF, and Auslan

Sebastian Moya
The History of Arabic Loanwords in Turkish [PDF]

Faith Pampel
Toward Evidence-Based Practice in the Speech Audiometric Assessment of Linguistic Minorities [PDF]

Emma Shaw (Bryn Mawr College)
A Sentential Stress Parameter? On Stress and Phasal Syntax: Evidence from French [PDF]

Miranda Weinberg
From Obsolescence to Renaissance: Language Change in Chitimacha

Molly Wilder
Writing Tutor Discourse: A Quest for Student Engagement Manifested in Language [PDF]