Linguistics Tri-College Class of 2016

Jocelyn Adams

 

Susan Anderson, Bryn Mawr College

Russian Purists Against Western Loanwords: Shared Characteristics Through Time 


Tess Amram

 

Sarah Babinski, Swarthmore College

Encoding Direction and Voice in Innu


Robin Banerji

 

Melanie Bahti, Bryn Mawr College

Defining ‘Process’ and ‘Result’: Making Space for Collaborative Methodologies in Linguistic Fieldwork


Madeleine Booth

 

Guadalupe Barrientos, Swarthmore College

Chicana Language and Identity in a Primarily White Institution


Gabriela Campoverde

 

Caanan Breiss, Swarthmore College

The Templatic Morphology of English Loan Verbs in Modern Hebrew


Erika Cancio-Bello

 

Dana Bronzino, Bryn Mawr College

Loanword Adaptation in Spanish and Mapudungun: a Phonological and Sociolinguistic Analysis 


Jacob Collard

 

Janna Coles, Bryn Mawr College

 


Jacob Collard

 

Shelby Daniel-Wayman, Swarthmore College

Spanish/English Codeswitching in Young Adult Novels

 


Ashley Dimond

 

Cara Ehlendeldt, Swarthmore College

The Rabbit Hole of Fidelity:Trends for translating puns from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland into Russian


Zhiyin Ding

 

Lewis Esposito, Swarthmore College

I Am a Perpetual Underdog’: Lady Gaga’s Use of Creaky Voice in the Construction of a Sincere Pop Star Persona


Raymond Elias

 

Helen Felker, Haverford College

Perspectives on Language Endangerment:​ Zapotec Community Members Navigate the Future of their Language 


Nadeen Hamza

 

Amy Giacomucci, Swarthmore College

A Research Project Proposal for Measuring How SRAs with Bilingual ASL/English Ebooks Teach Deaf Children Storytelling Conventions 


Mariana Irby

 

Jared Goland, Swarthmore College

 

 


Alexandra Mannix

 

Brandon Henken, Haverford College

 


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Raeven Jones-Kelley, Haverford College


Peter Nilsson

 

Laura Katz, Swarthmore College

Morphophonology of the Maung Language


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Melina Koukoutchos, Bryn Mawr College

Improving Langscape's Text-based Language Identification Tool

 


Elana Perkoff

 

Aurora del Rio Martinez, Swarthmore College

Nonmanual clash of the lower face nonmanuals in American Sign Language 

 


Elizabeth Peters

 

Richard Monari, Swarthmore College

The Role of aŋ in Ilonggo Information Structure


Kelley Riffenburgh

 

Abigail Norling-Ruggles

 


Dyan Rizzo-Busack

 

Daniel Plesniak, Haverford College

The Mandarin Chinese de as a Type <e,t> Nominal Proform: A Syntax-Semantics Approach 


Miranda Stewart

 

May Plumb, Haverford College

Conjunction in Colonial Valley Zapotec 

 


Elisabeth Tawa

 

Kai Richter, Swarthmore College

Mandarin language learning by American students: A research study on orthographic influences on pronunciation accuracy in second-language learners

 


Leslie Tjing

 

Elise Riley, Haverford College

Language Revitalization Practices in Indigenous Communities of the U.S. 

 


Tamsin True-Alcala

 

Kelly Smemo, Swarthmore College

Intonational Phonology in Colloquial Singaporean English


Joyce Wu

 

Rachel Vogel, Swarthmore College

Problems in Bantawa Phonology and a Statistically Driven Approach to Vowels


Joyce Wu

 

Rachel Weissler, Bryn Mawr College

Intraspeaker Variation: Stop Devoicing in Elderly Black Speakers


Joyce Wu

 

Zhenglong Zhou, Swarthmore College

Historical phonology should be conducted with a basis in phonetics

 


Joyce Wu

 

Wanhong Zou, Bryn Mawr College

Evidentiality and Mirativity in Navajo