Linguistics Tri-College Class of 2018

 

Madeleine Booth

 

Elsher Abraham, Swarthmore College

The Problem with Mumble Rap
Stigmatization of Variant Production in Contemporary Mainstream Hip-Hop


Gabriela Campoverde

 

Anita Brown, Bryn Mawr College

Quantitative Metathesis in Ancient Greek


Gabriela Campoverde

 

Kate Collins, Swarthmore College

An Interface and Case Studies for Automatic Cognate Detection Methods


Erika Cancio-Bello

 

Abby Crum, Bryn Mawr College

The Intonational Phonology of Spoken Word Poetry


Jacob Collard

 

Sarah Malia Daguio, Haverford College

 


Raymond Elias

 

Joseph DeBrine

​La mobilité du français régional


Jacob Collard

 

Jinjie Dong, Swarthmore College

 

 


Ashley Dimond

 

Sabea Evans, Haverford College

Siliminga, hello!”
Negotiating Race, Place, and Language Ideologies in Post-Colonial Dalun, Ghana


Gabriela Campoverde

 

James Faville, Haverford College

Coindexation under Attitude Complements


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Rebecca Ford, Swarthmore College

How Black Male Identity is Sculpted Through Language in Light of Stigmatization and Stereotyping

 


Raymond Elias

 

Kathryn Goldberg, Bryn Mawr College

Lexical Tone and Melodic Pitch in the Music of Teotitlán del Valle Zapotec


Nadeen Hamza

 

Brianna Grenert, Bryn Mawr College

The Shape of Eta: Evolutionary Phonology and the Development of Attic Greek [ε:]


Mariana Irby

 

Clare Hanlon, Swarthmore College

Tokenization of Japanese Text
Using a Morphological Transducer

 


Alexandra Mannix

 

James Howard, Swarthmore College

#Youknowyoublackwhen all you bring to the cookout is more black people and aluminum foil: Type as Racial Performance on Black Twitter


Gabriela Campoverde

 

Catherine Hong Xu Kandrysawatz, Swarthmore College

The Vitality of the Hangzhou Dialect of Mandarin


Gabriela Campoverde

 

Audrey Lin, Bryn Mawr College

Sign Language Recognition: Defining Subunits by Quantified Handshapes with Hidden Markov Models


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Shaina Mahoney, Bryn Mawr College

Apt to change: A Comparison of Handshape Aperture in Estonian and Latvian Sign Languages


Jacob Malin

 

Jacob Malin, Swarthmore College

FREE HANDSHAPE: A Proposed Mechanism for the Coining of Classifiers in ASL


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Jake Mundo, Swarthmore College

Interpreting Minimalist Grammars


Gabriela Campoverde

 

Lauren Pronger, Haverford College

Double Classifiers in Navajo Verbs


Peter Nilsson

 

Diamond Ray, Bryn Mawr College

Linguistic Representations of Black Woman Beauty in Print and Social Media in the United States and Ecuador


Peter Nilsson

 

Mindy Reutter, Bryn Mawr College

The Language of College: A Case Study of Code-switching and Identity in
Northern Appalachian University Communities of Practice.


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Banjamin Schmidt, Swarthmore College

Nominal structure in Burmese

 


Erika Cancio-Bello

 

Ziting Shen, Bryn Mawr College

Incorporating Phonological Knowledge into a Computational Model for Language Family Homeland Identification


Peter Nilsson

 

Caroline Steliotes, Haverford College

Contrastive Focus on the Null Copula in African American English


Peter Nilsson

 

Gretchen Trupp, Swarthmore College

Blogs are the Mirrors to Ourselves: Examining Emerging Semantic Conventions in an Online World


Peter Nilsson

 

Huilei Wang, Bryn Mawr College

A Tale of BEI, JIAO, RANG, and GEI: a comparison and analysis of passive markers in Mandarin Chinese

 


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David Zuckerman

FREE HANDSHAPE: A Proposed Mechanism for the Coining of Classifiers in ASL