Archived Dissertation Defense Events

Date Speaker/Event Title Affiliation Event Type
4/25/2016 Poppy Slocum The Syntax of Address Dissertation Defense
10/13/2014 Jisung Sun On Non-Canonical Cases Dissertation Defense
8/6/2014 Katharina Schuhmann Perceptual Learning in Second Language Learners Dissertation Defense
4/25/2014 Ivana LaTerza The DP Category and Serbian Nominal Structure Stony Brook University Dissertation Defense
12/10/2012 Andrei Antonenko Feature-Based Binding and Phase Theory Stony Brook University Dissertation Defense
12/3/2012 Yukiko Asano Thematic Resultative Expressions in English and Japanese: A view from the Syntax of Event Aspect Stony Brook University Dissertation Defense
7/13/2012 Hijo Kang Diachrony in Synchrony: Korean Vowel Harmony in Verbal Conjugation Stony Brook University Dissertation Defense
5/1/2012 Tanya Scott Whoever doesn't HOP must be Superior!: The Russian left-periphery and the Emergence of Superiority Stony Brook University Dissertation Defense
4/12/2012 Yu-an Lu The Role of Alternation in Phonological Relationships Stony Brook University Dissertation Defense
2/8/2012 Hyun-ju Kim Syllable Structure, Frequency, Analogy, and Phonetics: Factors in North Kyungsang Korean Accentuation of Novel Words Stony Brook University Dissertation Defense
5/19/2011 Chih-hsiang Shu Sentence Adverbs in the Kingdom of Agree Stony Brook University Dissertation Defense
5/2/2011 Miran Kim The Phonetics Stress of Manifestation: Segmental Variation, Syllable Constituency and Rhythm Stony Brook University Dissertation Defense
4/6/2011 Jiwon Hwang Non-native Perception and Production of Foreign Sequences Stony Brook University Dissertation Defense
7/20/2010 Roksolana Mykhaylyk Optional Object Scrambling in Child and Adult Ukrainian Stony Brook University Dissertation Defense
4/23/2010 Young-ran An Frequency, Gradience, and Variation in Consonant Insertion Stony Brook University Dissertation Defense
6/12/2009 Yunju Suh Phonological and Phonetic Asymmetries of Cw Combinations Stony Brook University Dissertation Defense
4/13/2009 Julia C. Weisenberg Audience Design Effects in Sign Language Interpretation Stony Brook University Dissertation Defense
5/29/2007 Tomoko Kawamura Some Interactions of Focus and Focus Sensitive Elements Stony Brook University Dissertation Defense
5/28/2007 Carlos de Cuba On (Non)Factivity, Clausal Complementation and the CP-Field Stony Brook University Dissertation Defense