UMass Sesquicentennial


Dissertations by UMass Linguistics Students

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Abe, Yasuaki
Specializations: syntax
Award Year: 1985
A Theory of Categorial Morphology and Agglutination in Japanese

Alderete, John
Specializations: phonology
Award Year: 1999
Morphologically Governed Accent in Optimality Theory

Allen, Cynthia
Specializations: historical, syntax
Award Year: 1977
Topics in Dischronic English Syntax

Alonso-Ovalle, Luis
Specializations: semantics
Award Year: 2006
Disjunction in Alternative Semantics

Anderssen, Jan
Specializations: Semantics
Award Year: 2011
Quantification, misc.

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

Bartels, Christine
Specializations: prosody, semantics
Award Year: 1997
Towards a Compositional Interpretation of English Statement and Question Intonation

Becker, Michael
Specializations: Phonology
Award Year: 2009
Phonological Trends in the Lexicon: The Role of Constraints

Beckman, Jill
Specializations: phonology
Award Year: 1998
Positional Faithfulness

Benedicto, Elena
Specializations: syntax
Award Year: 1998
The Syntax and Interpretation of Non-Canonical Argument Position


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