2010s

  • 2019: Cristina Aggazzotti (Research Scientist, Point API, Cambridge, MA) (Email) (Website)
    Dissertation: A unified analysis of reflexives and reciprocals in synchronous tree adjoining grammar
  • 2019: Dorothy Ahn  (College Fellow, Department of Linguistics, Harvard University) (Email)  (Website)
    Dissertation: The determinancy scale: a competition mechanism for anaphoric expressions
  • 2019: Laurence B-Violette (Language Engineer, Amazon, Cambridge, MA) (Email) (Website)
    Dissertation: The development of the polarity subjunctive in Romance languages
  • 2019: Lena Borise (Post-Doctoral Researcher, Department of Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary) (Email) (Website)
    Dissertation: Phrasing is key: the syntax and prosody of focus in Georgian
  • 2019: Zuzanna Fuchs (Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics and Heritage Labs, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA) (Email) (Website)
    Dissertation: Gender in the nominal domain: contributions from bilinguialism and eye-tracking
  • 2019: Dora Mihoc (Email) (Website)
    Dissertation: Decomposing logic: modified numerals, polarity, and exhaustification
  • 2018: Gašper Beguš (Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington) (Email) (Website)
    Dissertation: Unnatural Phonology A Synchrony-Diachrony Interface Approach
  • 2018: Yujing Huang (Post-Doctoral Researcher, Department of Psychology, UC Davis, Davis, California) (Email) (Website)
    Dissertation: Linking form to meaning:reevaluating the evidence for the Unaccusative Hypothesis
  • 2018: Pooja Paul (Postdoctoral Scholar, Stanford University Department of Psychology)Website
    Dissertation:  The Linguistic and Cultural Representation of Scalar Alternatives: 'Number' and 'Only' as Case Studies;
  • 2018: Elaine Stranahan (Lecturer, University of Potsdam, Germany) (Email)  (Website)
    Dissertation: Effects of Working Memory Load and Speaker Reliability on Contrastive Inference and Quantifier Processing
  • 2017: Marek Majer (Assistant Faculty Member, Department of Slavic Philology, Faculty of Philology, University of Lodz) (Email) (Website)
    Dissertation: The Caland System in the North: Archaism and Innovation in Property-Concept/State Morphology in Balto-Slavic
  • 2016: Yimei Xiang (Assistant Professor in Linguistics, Rutgers University) (Email) (Website)
    Dissertation: Interpreting questions with non-exhaustive answers
  • 2016: Jenny Lee (Analytical Linguistic Project Manager at Google)
    Dissertation: Split intransitivity in Ranmo
  • 2015: Sun-Hee Bae (Assistant Professor, Department of English, American University of Sharjah)
  • Dissertation:The Syntax-Phonology Interface in Native and Near-Native Korean
  • 2015: Cheng-Yu (Edwin) Tsai (Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics and Translation, City University of Hong Kong) (Email) (Website)
    Dissertation:Toward a Theory of Mandarin Quantification
  • 2014: Lauren Eby Clemens (Assistant Professor, Program in Linguistics and Cognitive Science and Department of Anthropology, State University of New York at Albany) (Email) (Website) ;
    Dissertation: Prosodic noun incorporation and verb-initial syntax
  • 2014: Laura Grestenberger (Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics, University of Vienna) (Email) (Website)
    Dissertation: Feature Mismatch: Deponency in Indo-European Languages
  • 2014: Chi-Ming (Louis) Liu (Assistant Professor, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, National Chiao Tung University); (Email) (Website);  
    Dissertation: A Modular Theory of Radical 'Pro' Drop
  • 2014: Gregory Scontras (Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics, School of Social Sciences at University of Californiaa, Irvine); g.scontras@uci.edu
    Dissertation: The Semantics of Measurement
  • 2013: Hannes Fellner 2013: Hannes Fellner (Department of Linguistics, University of Vienna and Austrian Centre of Digital Humanities, Austrian Academy of Sciences); (Email) (Website)
    Dissertation: Studies in Tocharian Adjective Formation
  • 2013: Andreea Cristina Nicolae (The Center for General Linguistics (Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, ZAS, Berlin);
    Dissertation: Any Questions? Polarity as a Window into the Structure of Questions
  • 2012: Li Julie Jiang (Assistant Professor of Chinese Linguistics, Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures: University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa)
    Dissertation: Nominal Arguments and Language Variation
  • 2012: Alexander Nikolaev (Assistant Professor, Department of Classical Studies, Boston University)
    Dissertation: Diachronic Poetics and Language History: Studies in Archaic Greek Poetry
  • 2012: Hazel Pearson (The Center for General Linguistics (ZAS) Berlin; Email)
    Dissertation: The Sense of Self: Topics in the Semantics of De Se Expressions
  • 2012: Jacopo Romoli (School of Communication, University of Ulster, Jordanstown Campus, Shore Road, Newtownabbey, Co. Antrim, BT37 0QB)
    Dissertation: Soft but Strong. Neg-raising, Soft Triggers, and Exhaustification
  • 2011: Peter Jenks (Assistant Professor,Department of Linguistics, University of California, Berkeley)
    Dissertation: The Hidden Structure of Thai Noun Phrases
  • 2011: Sverre Stausland Johnsen (Department of Linguistics and Scandinavian Studies, University of Oslo; Website; Email)
    Dissertation: The origin of variation in Norwegian retroflexion
  • 2011: Beste Kamali (The Center for General Linguistics (ZAS) Berlin; Email)
    Dissertation: Topics at the PF Interface of Turkish
  • 2011: Hsiu-Chen Daphne Liao (Dept. of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics/Graduate Institute of Foreign Literatures and Linguistics at National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan)
    Dissertation:Alternatives and exhaustification: Non-Interrogative Uses of Chinese wh-words
  • 2011: Hiroki Narita (Department of Letters, Tokyo, Japan; Website; Email )
    Dissertation: Phasing in Full Interpretation
  • 2011: Dennis Ott (University of Groningen, Netherlands)
    Dissertation: Local Instability the Syntax of ‘Spilt Topics’
  • 2010: Clemens Mayr (The Center for General Linguistics (ZAS) Berlin)
    Dissertation: The Role of Alternatives and Strength in Grammar