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Linguistics Tri-College Class of 2020

Brown

Amatullah Brown, Swarthmore
College Arabic-French Code switching in the Maghreb: An Examination of Changes in Syntax and Perceptions


Bull

Rebecca Bull, Bryn Mawr College
Language Choice in Moroccan Poetry


Capps

Anya Capps, Bryn Mawr College
A Qualitative and Quantitative Study: A Look at the Production of Emotive Words and Questions by Children with ASD vs. TD Children


Chen

Jessie Chen, Bryn Mawr College
‘Voluntourism’ and English Language in China: Examining Six Case Studies


Eiler

Marit Eiler, Bryn Mawr College
The Syntax of Aspect in Russian: A Proposed New Analysis 


Fanning

Kylah Fanning, Bryn Mawr College
Language Retention Amongst Alumni of Bilingual Education Programs in U.S. Public schools


Fennell

Rylee Fennell, Haverford College
Underinformative Implicature Derivation on the Broader Autism Phenotype
 


Harrison

Brendan Harrison, Bryn Mawr College


Herringshaw

Travis Herringshaw, Haverford College
Prosody of Positive and Negative Conjunction in English and Bangla 


Jinsi

Aradia Jinsi, Bryn Mawr College


Kelso

Neal Kelso, Haverford College
Life-form Overlap in San Lucas Quiaviní Zapotec Plant Taxonomy 


Nanako

Nanako Komatsubara, Bryn Mawr College
Social Factors Behind the Usage of Women’s Language in English-Japanese Translation – Through an Analysis of “In the Company of Women” 


Lampard

Alexandria Lampard, Bryn Mawr College


Lin

Emily Lin, Haverford College
Handling Reduplication in a Morphological Analyzer for Wamesa


Mauro

Graham Mauro, Haverford College
The Documentation and Development of a Spelling System for San Bartolomé Quialana Zapotec 


Morrison

Eva Morrison, Haverford College
A Comparative Analysis of the Vitality of Welsh and Irish
 

 


Paul

Benjamin Paul, Haverford College


Pham

Tessa Pham, Bryn Mawr College


Rich

Ellora Rich, Swarthmore College
Comparative Reconstruction of Proto-Biakic Phonology


Roe

Conor Stuart Roe, Haverford College


St. Clair

Jack St. Clair, Haverford College
Building a Linguistics based Loss Function for Dialogue Generation


Stern

Nathaniel Ziv Stern, Swarthmore College

 


Talvacchia

Nicole Talvacchia, Haverford College