Yuta Tatsumi successfully defended his dissertation titled “Linguistic realization of measuring and counting in the nominal domain: A cross-linguistic study of syntactic and semantic variations“ on January 29th.
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Gabriel Martínez Vera successfully defended his dissertation titled “On the Semantics of Evidentials in Southern Aymara“ on October 19th.
Dr. Martínez Vera with his committee:
Roberto Petrosino successfully defended his dissertation titled “More than islands of regularity: An investigation of the sensitivity of morphological decomposition to higher-level linguistic properties” on September 4th.
Dr. Petrosino with his committee:
Renato Lacerda successfully defended his dissertation titled “Middle-field Syntax and Information Structure in Brazilian Portuguese“ on August 10th.
Dr. Lacerda with his committee:
Karina Bertolino successfully defended her dissertation titled “An Experimental Study on the Acquisition of Impersonals in Brazilian Portuguese“ on August 5th.
Dr. Bertolino with her committee:
Ksenia Bogomolets successfully defended her dissertation titled “Lexical Accent in Languages with Complex Morphology“ on July 20th.
Dr. Bogomolets with her committee:
Paula Fenger successfully defended her dissertation titled “Words within Words: The Internal Syntax of Verbs“ on June 29th.
Dr. Fenger with her committee:
Abigail Thornton successfully defended her dissertation titled “Morphophonological & Morphosyntactic Domains” on May 14th in our first doctoral defense since moving online.
Dr. Thornton with her committee:
Marcin Dadan successfully defended his dissertation “Head Labeling Preference and Language Change” on Friday September 6. He will now take up a position as a visiting lecturer in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Florida. Congratulations, Marcin!