UMass Sesquicentennial


Dissertations by UMass Linguistics Students

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Adam Werle
Specializations: clitics, prosodic phonology, syntax-phonology interface, Wakashan languages
Award Year: 2009
Word, Phrase, and Clitic Prosody in Bosnian, Serbian, and Croatian

Alessandro Zucchi
Specializations: semantics
Award Year: 1989
The Language of Propositions and Events Issues in the Syntax and the Semantics of Nominalization

Alison Huettner
Specializations: syntax
Award Year: 1989
Adjunct Infinitives in English

Amalia Gnanadesikan
Specializations: phonology
Award Year: 1997
Phonology with Ternary Scales

Amy Schafer
Specializations: psycholinguistics, prosody
Award Year: 1997
Prosodic Parsing

Ana Arregui
Specializations: semantics
Award Year: 2005
On the Accessibility of Possible Worlds: The Role of Tense and Aspect

Andre Isaak
Specializations: syntax
Award Year: 2000
Split Case Marking and Prominence Relations

Andrew McKenzie
Specializations: Syntax, Semantics
Award Year: 2012
The Role of Contextual Restriction in Reference-Tracking

Andries Coetzee
Specializations: phonetics, phonology
Award Year: 2004
What it means to be a loser--non-optimal candidates in optimality theory

Angela Carpenter
Specializations: phonology
Award Year: 2006
Acquisition of a Natural Versus an Unnatural Stress System


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