Graduate Student Alumni

Here are the M.A. theses and Ph.D. dissertations successfully defended by our department graduate student alumni. To see a list of current graduate students, click here.

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Campbell, Fiona
The gestural organization of North American English /r/: a study of timing and magnitude
(M.A.)

Oh, Sunyoung
Articulatory characteristics of English /l/ in speech development
(Ph.D.)

Perkins, Jeremy
The RTR harmonic domain in two dialects of Yorùbá
(M.A.)

Quis, Dominique
The voice of a forgotten people: on the reconstructed etymology of the Beothuk (Shawthrut) self-designation sakanak 'red indian people'
(M.A.)

Ravinski, Christine
Grammatical possession in Nuu-chah-nulth
(M.A.)

Ruangjaroon, Sugunya
The syntax of WH-expressions as variables in Thai
(Ph.D.)

Wojdak, Rachel
The linearization of affixes: evidence from Nuu-chah-nulth
(Ph.D.)

Andrews, Christina
Lexical phonology of Chilcotin
(M.A.)

Bagemihl, Bruce
Alternate phonologies and morphologies
(Ph.D.)

Paradis, Johanne C.
The syllable structure of Japanese
(M.A.)

Preuss, Renate Jutta
Colour naming in young children
(M.A.)

Beckett, Eleanor
A linguistic analysis of Gurma
(M.A.)

Machado-Holsti, Mina Estrela
Generative-transformational sketch of Portuguese syntax : a computer model
(M.A.)

Ogawa, Toshimitsu Augustine
Study of Japanese relativization(M.A.)