• 2009: Patrick Liu (Divinity School, Yale University)
    Dissertation: Investigations in a Simplified Bracketed Grid Approach to Metrical Structure
  • 2009: Aleksandra Olegovna Sasha Makarova
    Dissertation: Deep vs. Shallow Processing and Cue Weighting in the Acquisition of Second Language Vowel Categories
  • 2009: Bridget Samuels (Dept. of Linguistics, University of Maryland)
    Dissertation: The Structure of Phonological Theory
  • 2007: Dominika Baran (English Department, Duke University)
    Dissertation: Linguistic Practice, Social Identity, and Ideology: Mandarin Variation in a Taipei County High School
  • 2007: Hironobu Kasai (University of Kitakyushu)
    Dissertation: Multiple Dominance in Syntax
  • 2006: Ruixi Ai (Dept. of Asian and Asian American Studies, California State University, Long Beach)
    Dissertation: Elliptical Predicated Constructions in Mandarin
  • 2006: Takaomi Kato (Tokyo University of Science)
    Dissertation: Symmetries in Coordination
  • 2006: Gabriel Poliquin (Dept. of Linguistics, University of Delaware)
    Dissertation: Canadian French Vowel Harmony
  • 2006: Conor Quinn (Dept. of Linguistics, MIT)
    Dissertation: Referential-access Dependency in Penobscot
  • 2004: Claire Bowern (Dept. of Linguistics, Yale University)
    Dissertation: Bardi Verb Morphology in Historical Perspective
  • 2004: Ju-Eun Lee (Ewha University, Seoul Korea)
    Dissertation: Ditransitive Structures and the (Anti-) Locality Principle
  • 2004: Kentaro Nakatani (Konan University, Kobe, Japan)
    Dissertation: Predicate Concatenation: A Study of the V-te-V predicate in Japanese
  • 2004: Balkiz Ozturk (Bogazici University Istanbul, Turkey)
    Dissertation: Case, Referentiality and Phrase Structure
  • 2003: Sook Lee (East Asian Languages and Civilizations, Harvard University)
    Dissertation: The Interaction of Verb Semantics and Functional Features in Korean Syntax
  • 2003: Javier Martin-Gonzalez (Dept. de Filologia Inglesa (Lengua Inglesa), Universidad de Seville, Spain)
    Dissertation: The Syntax of Negation in Spanish
  • 2003: Patrick Taylor
    Dissertation: Studies in Ancient Anatolian Language and Culture
  • 2002: Makiko Asano (Dept. of Foreign Languages and Literatures, San Francisco State University)
    Dissertation: Studies in Japanese Prosody
  • 2002: Gulsat Aygen (Dept. of Linguistics, Northern Illinois University)
    Dissertation: Finiteness, Case and Clausal Architecture
  • 2001: Jeffrey Bourns (Harvard Law School Library, Harvard University)
    Dissertation: Studies in the Language of Three Northumbrian Poems
  • 2001: Grace Moon (Dongduk University, Seoul, Korea)
    Dissertation: Grammatical and Discourse Properties of the Imperative Subject in English