We celebrate our PhD alumni who have filed their dissertations since January 2018. The dissertations can be accessed at the [pdf] links below.
Suzy Ahn, The role of tongue position in voicing contrasts in cross-linguistic contexts.
Isaac Bleaman, Outcomes of minority language maintenance: Variation and change in New York Yiddish. [pdf]
Daniel Duncan, Language variation and change in the geographies of suburbs. [pdf]
Zachary Jaggers, A combined sociolinguistic and experimental phonetic approach to loanword variation and adaptation.
Sofia Kasyanenko, Varieties of collectivity. [pdf]
Rebecca Laturnus, Perceptual adaptation to non-native speech: The effects of bias, exposure, and input variation. [pdf]
Yohei Oseki, Syntactic Structures in Morphological Processing.
Allison Shapp, A Sociophonetic Analysis of New York City English in the Speech of Teenagers from Nassau County, Long Island. [pdf]
Dunja Veselinović, The syntax and acquisition of modal verb flavors. [pdf]
Adina Williams, Representing Relationality: MEG studies on Argument Structure.
Vera Zu, Discourse Participants and the Structural Representation of the Context. [pdf]