1990s

  • 1998: Joshua Katz (Dept. of Classics, Princeton University)
    Dissertation: Topics in Indo-European Personal Pronouns
  • 1998: Takahiro Iwahata (Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics, Sophia University, Japan)
    Dissertation: Default Case Marking in Japanese
  • 1998: Lynn Nichols (Dept. of Linguistics, University of California, Berkeley)
    Dissertation: Topics in Zuni Syntax
  • 1997: Marlyse Baptista (Program in Linguistics, The University of Georgia)
    Dissertation: The Morphosyntax of Verbs in Capeverdean Creole
  • 1997: Erich Groat
    Dissertation: A Derivational Program in Syntactic Theory
  • 1997: Youngjun Jang (Dept. of English, Chung-Ang University)
    Dissertation: Tense and Complementizer Feature-Checking
  • 1997: Dianne Jonas (Dept. of Linguistics, Yale University)
    Dissertation: Clause Structure and Verb Syntax in Scandinavian and English
  • 1997: John O’Neil (Lingomotors (fomerly Lexeme) Cambridge, MA)
    Dissertation: Means of Control: Deriving the Properties of PPO in the Minimalist Program
  • 1997: Elizabeth Pyatt (Education Technology Services, Pennsylvania State University)
    Dissertation: An Integrated Model of the Phonology and Syntax of Celtic Mutations
  • 1996: Scott K. Ferguson (Dept. of Linguistics, University of Geneva)
    Dissertation: A Feature-Relativized Shortest Move Requirement
  • 1996: Benjamin W. Fortson (Dept. of Classics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
    Dissertation: Studies in the Prosody of Plautine Latin
  • 1996: Soo-Yeon Kim (Dept. of English Language and Literature, Sejong University)
    Dissertation: Dependencies: A Study of Anaphoricity and Scrambling
  • 1996: Geoffrey Poole (Dept. of English Literary and Linguistic Studies, University of Newcastle upon Tyne)
    Dissertation: Transformations Across Components
  • 1995: Naomi Bolotin (Dept. of Linguistics, University of Kansas)
    Dissertation: The Effect of Age on Parameter Resetting: Arabic-speaking Children and Adults’ Acquisition of English Relative Clause Structure as Assessed through Interlanguage Data and a Universal Constraint
  • 1995: Madelyn Kissock (Dept. of Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics; Concordia University)
    Dissertation: Reflexive-middle Constructions and Verb Raising in Telugu
  • 1995: Elisabeth Oliver (Dept. of English, Louisiana State University)
    Dissertation: The Language of the Early English Laws
  • 1995: Charles Reiss (Dept. of Classics, Modern Languages, and Linguistics, Concordia University)
    Dissertation: A Theory of Assimilation with Special references to Old Icelandic Phonology
  • 1994: Bert Vaux (University Lecture in Linguistics King’s College, University of Cambridge)
    Dissertation: Armenian Phonology
  • 1991: John Harkness (Dept. of English, Mercer University)
    Dissertation: An Approach to the Metrical Behavior of Old English Verbs
  • 1991: Engin Sezer (Dept. of Turkish Studies, Bilkent University, Ankara)
    Dissertation: Issues in Turkish Syntax
  • 1990: Andrew Garrett (Dept. of Linguistics, University of California, Berkeley)
    Dissertation: The Syntax of Anatolian Pronomial Clitics
  • 1990: Daniel Radzinski (Time to Know, Ramat-Gan, Israel)
    Dissertation: Mathematics of Unbounded Duplicative and Columnar Construction in Chinese