Alumni (2021-PRESENT)

Kavon Hooshiar, PhD 2022

Dissertation: Facilitating language documentation through incremental development of digital archive infrastructure (Chair: Gary Holton)

Affiliation: Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

Jennifer Sou, PhD 2022

Dissertation: The Acquisition of Kosraean and English: A Diglossic Community at a Crossroads (Chair: Kamil Deen)

Margaret Ransdell-Green, PhD 2022

Dissertation: Kala Phonology in a Typological and Regional Context (Chair: Shelece Easterday)

Ashleigh Surma, PhD 2022

Dissertation: Reciprocity and Language Work: Considering the Role of the Outsider Linguist (Chair: Andrea Berez-Kroeker)

Senior Linguist, The Language Conservancy

Leah Pappas, PhD 2022

Dissertation: A Multi-Modal Study of Spatial Language in Hawu in Typological Perspective (Chair: Gary Holton)

Visiting Professor, Bennington College

Nisa Khairunnisa, PhD 2022

Dissertation: Diathesis, Grammatical Relations, and Clitics in Ampenan Sasak (Chair: Bradley McDonnell)

Kevin Baetscher, PhD 2022

Dissertation: Predicate Initiality in Space and Time (Chair: Gary Holton)

Emily Jo Noschese, PhD 2021

Dissertation: Younger Deaf People’s Attitudes Toward American Sign Language Structure

Assistant Professor, Wayne State University

Catherine Brockway, PhD 2021

Dissertation: Building high-frequency word lists for the semantic domain of ʻĀINA (‘land’) using a raw corpus of spoken ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi (Chair: Andrea Berez-Kroeker)

Affiliation: Kamehameha Schools

John Elliott, PhD 2021

Dissertation: A grammar of Enxet Sur (Chair: Lyle Campbell)

Thomas Kettig, PhD 2021

Dissertation: Haʻina ʻia mai ana ka puana: The vowels of ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi  (Chair: Rory Turnbull)

Christian Mortensen, PhD 2021

Dissertation: The Kemaloh Lun Bawang language of Borneo  (Chair: Robert Blust)