Thesis

Pre-Draft Thesis

A PDF version of your thesis must be submitted to the department office at least one week from the defense; the title page should contain a clear indication that this is a ‘pre-defense draft.’

[This replaces the old requirement that a copy of the thesis must be placed in the reading room.]

 

Megan (Joelle) Kirtley  – Speech in the U.S. Military: A Sociophontic Perception Approach to Identity and Meaning

 

 

Final Thesis

A PDF version of the final approved version of the thesis must be submitted to the department office.

[This replaces the old requirement that the department has to receive a hard copy of the thesis.]

Li Wang Blake  – Child Acquisition of Mandarin gěi Benefactive Pattern and gěi Lessive Pattern

Julia Wieting – The Effect of Repeated Measures on Bilingual Lexical Access