1970s

  • 1979: Hoskuldur Thráinssön (Dept. of Icelandic, University of Iceland, Reykavik)
    Dissertation: On Complementation Icelandic
  • 1978: Brian Joseph (Dept. of Linguistics, The Ohio State University)
    Dissertation: Morphology and Universals in Syntactic Change: Evidence from Medieval and Modern Greek
  • 1977: Ellen Kaisse (Dept. of Linguistics, University of Washington)
    Dissertation: Hiatus in Modern Greek
  • 1977: Craig H. Melchert (Dept. of Linguistics and Indepartmental Program in Indo-European Studies, UCLA)
    Dissertation: Ablative and Instrumental in Hittite
  • 1976: Sandra Chung (Dept. of Linguistics, University of California, Santa Cruz)
    Dissertation: Case Marking and Grammatical Relations in Polynesian
  • 1976: Alice Harris (Dept. of Linguistics, Vanderbilt University)
    Dissertation: Grammatical Relations in Modern Georgian
  • 1976: Alan Nussbaum (Dept. of Linguistics, Cornell University)
    Dissertation: Caland’s Law and the Caland System
  • 1976: John Robertson (Dept. of Linguistics, Brigham Young University)
    Dissertation: The Structure of Pronoun Incorporation in the Mayan Verbal Complex
  • 1975: John Colarusso (Dept of Anthropology. McMaster University)
    Dissertation: The Northwest Caucasian Languages: A Phonological Survey
  • 1975: Colette “CG Craig” Grinevald (Department des Sciences du Languages and CNRS lab DDL, University of Lyon, France)
    Dissertation: Jacaltec Syntax: a Study of Complex Sentences
  • 1974: Judith Aissen (Dept. of Linguistics, University of California, Santa Cruz)
    Dissertation: The Syntax of Causative Constructions
  • 1974: Robert Vago (Dept. of Linguistics, The City University of New York)
    Dissertation: Hungarian Generative Phonology
  • 1973: Harald Koch (Dept. of Linguistics, The Australian National University)
    Dissertation: Indo-European Denominative Verbs in -nu-
  • 1973: Alan Timberlake (Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Claifornia, Berkeley)
    Dissertation: the Objective Nominative
  • 1972: Peter Jorgensen (Dept. of Germanic and Slavic Languages, The University of Georgia)
    Dissertation: The Extant Icelandic Translations from Middle English
  • 1972: Michael Silverstein (Dept. of Anthropology, University of Chicago)
    Dissertation: Studies in Penutian, I.California. 1. The Structure of an Etymology
  • 1971: Michael Connolly (Dept. of Slavic and Eastern Languages, Boston College)
    Dissertation: Studies in the Classical Armenian Nominal System
  • 1971: Irene Fairley (Linguistics Program, Northeastern University)
    Dissertation: Syntactic Deviance in the Poetry of E.E. Cummings: A Stylistic Investigation
  • 1971: John Haiman (Linguistics Program, Macalester College)
    Dissertation: Targets and Syntactic Change
  • 1970: Sheila Blumstein (Dept. of Linguistics, Brown University)
    Dissertation: Phonological Implications of Aphasic Speech
  • 1970: Guy Carden (Dept. of Linguistics, University of British Columbia)
    Dissertation: Logical Predicates and Idiolect Variation in English