Linguistics Tri-College Class of 2015

Jocelyn AdamsJocelyn Adams, Swarthmore College

A Pragmatic Analysis of Crossword Puzzle Difficulty

Tess AmramTess Amram, Swarthmore College

Aglab Khazad: The Secret Language of Tolkien's Dwarves

Robin BanerjiRobin Banerji, Haverford College

Huichol (Wixárika) Word Accent: Typology, Interactions, and Implications

Madeleine BoothMadeleine Booth, Swarthmore College

A Preliminary Sketch of Yokoim Phonology and Morphology

Gabriela CampoverdeGabriela Campoverde, Swarthmore College

Erika Cancio-BelloErika Cancio-Bello, Swarthmore College

The Sources of Deaf Humor

Jacob CollardJacob Collard, Swarthmore College

The Linguistic Effects Of Language Regulation

Ashley DimondAshley Dimond, Bryn Mawr College

The echoes of success: linguistic features of successful persuasion.

Zhiyin DingZhiyin Ding, Bryn Mawr College

A vanishing language: Shanghainese

Raymond EliasRaymond Elias, Swarthmore College

Nadeen HamzaNadeen Hamza, Swarthmore College

Dislabeled: Watching Stories of the Malagasy Deaf

Mariana IrbyMariana Irby, Bryn Mawr College

Soft, Sweet and Melodious: Attitudes of Brazilian Portuguese Speakers Toward Their Language


Alexandra MannixAlexandra Mannix, Bryn Mawr College

Perspectives on Language Documentation, Conservation and Revitalization: case studies from Oaxaca, Mexico and Zapotec Talking Dictionaries.

Photo Coming SoonCallan McNulty, Swarthmore College

Peter NilssonPeter Nilsson, Swarthmore College

A Snowball Sampling Approach for Studying Digital Minority Languages

Photo Coming SoonRehana Omardeen, Swarthmore College

A Preliminary Look into the Efficacy of Bilingual ASL-English EBooks

Elana PerkoffMargaret Perkoff, Haverford College

Not All Cows Moo

Elizabeth PetersElizabeth Peters, Haverford College

What's in a Name: Toponyms as Linguistic Data for Historical Comparison

Kelley RiffenburghKelley Riffenburgh, Haverford College

Effects of Language Attitudes on Education in Arusha

Dyan Rizzo-BusackDyan Rizzo-Busack, Swarthmore College

The Lazy Giant: A Mokilese Myth in Conversation

Miranda StewartMiranda Stewart, Swarthmore College

It All Begins with YOU: Space, Movement, and Bridge-Building in ASL Dance

Elisabeth TawaElisabeth Tawa, Swarthmore College

What’s the right (hemisphere) way to think about metaphor?

Leslie TjingLeslie Tjing, Haverford College

Hedging Discourse: Implications of Federal Reserve Policy Rhetoric

Tamsin True-AlcalaTamsin True-Alcala, Swarthmore College

Joyce WuJoyce Wu, Swarthmore College

'On this Side': The Production, Progression, and Potential of Cisgender