Titles in blue now available on-line in OXFORD UNIVERSITY RESEARCH ARCHIVE.
| Holly Kennard |
|Prof A. Lahiri||Breton morphosyntax in two generations of speakers: evidence from word order and mutation||Dr D. F. Cram (Jesus) & Prof M. Tallerman (Newcastle)|
|Franziska Hack |
|Prof A. Lahiri||The Syntax and Prosody of Interrogatives: evidence from varieties spoken in northern Italy||Dr S. Paoli (Balliol) & Prof C. Poletto (Frankfurt am Main)|
|Roberto Ceolin |
|Prof A. Willi||Περὶ τῶν εἰς νυμί - A study on athematic -(ν)νῡ/(ν)νῠ- suffixed presents from Homer to Oppian of Cilicia||Dr P. Probert(Wolfson) & Prof A. Cantera (Salamanca)|
|Kathryn McLachlan |
|Prof A. Willi & Dr P. Probert||Verborum ordo - ordo verborum: the placement of the dependent genitive in Classical Latin||Prof J.Coleman (Wolfson) & Prof D. R. Langslow (Manchester)|
|Heidi Kurtz |
|Prof J. Coleman||Stress, Etymology and Metre in four Canterbury tales||Dr S.Parkinson (Linacre) & Dr M. Duffell (QMUL)|
|Philip Roberts |
|Prof A. Willi & Prof A. Lahiri||Towards a Computer Model of the historical phonology and morphology of Latin||Dr J.H. W. Penney (Wolfson) & Prof P. Kiparsky (Stanford)|
|Louise Esher |
|Prof M. Maiden & Mr JC Smith||Future, Conditional and Autonomous Morphology in Occitan||Dr S. Paoli (Balliol) & Prof C J. Pountain (QMUL)|
|Bozhil Hristov |
University of Sofia
|Prof M. Dalrymple||Agreement, Case Assignment and Nominal Coordination||Dr M. MacRobert (LMH) and Prof Greville Corbett (Surrey)|
|John Lowe |
Leverhulme Research Fellow, Oxford
|Prof A. Willi & Dr E. Tucker||The Syntax and Semantics of Tense-Aspect Stem Particles in early Rgvedic Sanskrit||Prof M. Dalrymple (Linacre) & Prof S. Jamison (UCLA)|
|Karen Park |
|Prof M. Dalrymple||The Selective Properties of Verbs in Reflexive Constructions||Dr A. Asudeh (Jesus) & Prof P. Austin (SOAS)|
|Chiara Cappellaro |
Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Romance Linguistics at the Unversity of Oxford
|Prof M. Maiden||History and Development of Third Person Pronouns in Italo-Romance||Mr J. C. Smith (St Catz) & Dr A. Ledgeway (Cambridge)|
|Michel Paradis |
|Dr D Cram & Dr G. Kochanski||Speech in Parts: Understanding and Modelling the Semantic Differences between Words||Prof J. Coleman & Prof J. Spenader (Groningen)|
|Antonio Fortin |
Faculty Member, Surrey Morphology Group
|Prof M. Maiden & Dr A Asudeh||The Morphology and Semantics of Expressive Affixes||Dr P. Probert & Prof C. G. Potts (Stanford)|
|Mcebisi Ntleki |
|Prof J. Higginbotham, Dr D. Cram, Prof A. Lahiri||A Study of the Formal Properties of MERGE from a Computational Biolinguistic perspective||Prof M. Dalrymple & Dr B. Smith (London)|
|'Oiwi Parker Jones |
Research Fellow, Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging, UCL.
|Prof J.S. Coleman||A Computational Phonology and Morphology of Hawaiian||Prof. M. Dalrymple (Linacre) and Prof J.A. Goldsmith (Chicago)|
|Sandra Kotzor |
Post-doctoral Research Assistant, Oxford Faculty of Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics
|Dr D. F. Cram & Prof A. Lahiri||Lexical Opposition: an investigation into canonical and peripheral phenomena of antonymy||Prof. M. Dalrymple (Linacre) and Professor F. Plank (Konstanz)|
|Wei-Tai Liao (Gwen) |
|Professor M. Dalrymple||An LFG account of empty pronouns in Mandarin Chinese||Dr S. Paoli (Balliol) and Prof P. Sells (SOAS)|
|Rada Mihalcea |
Associate Professor of Computer Science
Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering
University of North Texas.
|Professor S. G. Pulman||The Language of Humour||Professor M Dalrymple (Linacre) and Dr S. Clark (Cambridge)|
|Nicholas Zair |
Research Fellow at Peterhouse College,
|Professor A Willi||The reflexes of the Proto-Indo-European Laryngeals in Celtic||Dr. J. H. W. Penney (Wolfson) & Dr P Russell (Cambridge)|
|Lindsay Morcom |
Faculty of Education at Queen's University, Canada
|Professor M. Dalrymple & Dr E. P. García-Bellido||The universality and demarcation of lexical categories cross-linguistically||Prof A. Lahiri (Somerville) & Prof M. Tallerman (Newcastle)|
|Ranjan Sen |
Lecturer at the University of Sheffield.
|Professor J. S. Coleman & Dr J. H. W. Penney||Syllable and Segment in Latin||Dr P. Probert (Wolfson) & Dr B. Vaux (Cambridge)|
|Sarah V. Ogilvie |
Lexicographer, Amazon Kindle
|Professor L. Mugglestone||Loanwords, World Englishes and the Oxford English Dictionary||Mr T. Hoad (St Peter's) and Dr R. McConchie (Helsinki)|
|Nikola Milic Somerville||Professor M. Maiden||Language Standardization in the History of Italian: typology and effects||Prof D. Zancani (Balliol) & Dr D. Bentley (Manchester)|
|Simon Dobnik |
Postdoctoral research associate, Computing Laboratory.
|Professor S. G. Pulman||Teaching Mobile Robots to use Spatial Words||Prof M. Dalrymple (Linacre) and Prof E. Klein (Edinburgh)|
|Stephen Pax Leonard |
Research Fellow at Trinity Hall, Cambridge.
|Professor A. Willi||Language, Society and Identity in early Iceland||Dr C. Larrington (St John's) and Prof K. Arnasson (Reykjavik)|
|Panagiotis Filos |
|Professor A. Morpurgo Davies||Studies in the Morphology of Latin Loanwords into Greek: Evidence from the Papyri||Dr J. Adams (All Souls) and Prof V. Bubenik (St John's, NF, Canada)|
|Suriel Mofu |
Rector of the State University of West Papua.
|Professor M. Dalrymple||Biak Morphosyntax||Dr P. Probert (Wolfson) and Prof P. Austin (SOAS)|
|In Ji Choi |
|Dr D. F. Cram||Discourse Markers in Children's Narratives||Dr K. Hoge (St Hilda's) and Dr T. Wharton (Sussex)|
|Thaweesak Anansettasiri |
|Professor M. Dalrymple||A Study of Medio-Passive Constructions with Special Reference to Thai||Dr D. F. Cram (Jesus) and Professor I. Roberts (Cambridge)|
|Shi-Ching Olivia Lam |
School of Humanities (Linguistics)
The University of Hong Kong
|Professor M. Dalrymple||Object functions and the Syntax of Double Object Constructions in Lexical Functional Grammar||Dr S. Paoli (Balliol) and Professor P. Sells (SOAS)|
|Anastassia Loukina |
Research associate, Phonetics Lab (2008-2011).
|Dr J. Coleman||Regional Phonetic Variation in Modern Greek||Dr E. Payne (St Hilda's) and Proessor B. Joseph (Ohio State Univ.)|
|Nicholas Hillyard |
|Dr J. H. W. Penney||Number in Homer||Dr P. Probert (Wolfson) and Professor R. Wachter (Basel)|
|Thomas Finbow |
Professor Doutor de Lingüística Histórica
Universidade de São Paulo
|Professor M. Maiden||Writing Latin and reading Romance? On logographic reading in Medieval Iberia.||Dr S. R. Parkinson (Linacre) and Professor R. Wright (Liverpool)|
|Paul Hedley |
General Manager of the Three Choirs Festival.
|Dr D. F. Cram||Anaphora, Relevance and the Conceptual/Procedural Distinction||Dr P. Garcia-Bellido (St Cross) and Prof. D. Wilson (University College, London)|
|Ekaterina Samoylova |
Teaching Fellow in Phonetics, Newcastle University.
|Dr J. Coleman||The Production and Perception of Whispered Vowels in English||Dr I. Watson (Christ Church) and Dr P. Hoole (Munich)|
|Richard Ashdowne |
Assistant Editor of the Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources and College Lecturer in Linguistics at Jesus, Somerville and University Colleges.
|Prof. M. Maiden & Mr. J.C. Smith||Names and Addresses: Aspects of Address in Latin and Romance.||Dr. D.F. Cram (Jesus) & Prof. N. Vincent (Manchester)|
|Richard Hitchman |
Lecturer in Classics, Somerville.
|Professor A. Morpurgo Davies||After Minos: Continuity in Ancient Cretan Personal Names.||Mrs E. Matthews (St Hilda's) and Dr S. Colvin (University College, London)|
|Peter Barber |
Lecturer in Comparative Philology, University of Oxford.
|Professor A. Morpurgo Davies||Evidence for Sievers' Law in Ancient Greek||Dr P. Probert (Wolfson) and Prof D. Ringe (University of Pennsylvania)|
|Keith Owen |
|Dr D. F. Cram||Within the Meaning of the Act – Pragmatics and Social Security||Dr J. Aitchison (Worcester); Dr J. Cotterill and Dr C. Heffer (Cardiff)|
|Nivedita Mani |
Junior Research Group Leader (Language Acquisition), University of Göttingen.
|D J. Coleman||Prosody, Syntax and the Lexicon in Parsing Ambiguous Sentences|
|Lars Larm |
Senior Lecturer in Japanese Linguistics at the University of Lund, Sweden.
|Dr D. F. Cram & Dr B. Frellesvig||Modality in Japanese||Prof. M. Dalrymple (Linacre) and Prof. Y. Takubo (Kyoto University)|
|Hong Fan |
Professor of Media Language and Communication in the School of Journalism & Communication, Tsinghua University, China
Prof J. Aitchison and
|The Polysemy Networks of Heart and Xin||Dr D. F. Cram (Jesus) and Dr W. Chao (SOAS, University of London)|
|Ina Hartmann-Doettinger |
Dr Doettinger works for the Bertelsmann Foundation in Berlin
|Professor A. Morpurgo Davies||Personal Names in Elis 800 BC to 300 AD||Dr J. Penney (Wolfson) and Professor S. Hornblower (University College, London)|
|Dorjana Sirola |
Faculty Member, Department of English, University of Rijeka.
|Professor A. Morpurgo Davies||Two Pre-Roman Alphabets of Northern Italy||Prof. D. Langslow (University of Manchester) and Prof R. Wachter (University of Basel)|
|Diana Gibson |
Managing Director at Vandeveer Investments LLC.
|Professor A. Morpurgo Davies||Causative Verbs in Ancient Greek: the development of the Periphrastic Construction||Dr J. Penney (Wolfson) and Professor H. Pinkster (University of Amsterdam)|
|Wolfgang de Melo |
University Lecturer in Comparative Philology, Oxford.
|Professor A. Morpurgo Davies and Dr. J. H. W. Penney||Traces of an Earlier Verbal System in Archaic Latin - the Meaning and Usage of the Types faxo/faxim/impetrasse, duim and attigas||Dr. J. Adams (All Souls) and Professor H. Pinkster (University of Amsterdam)|
|Maria Liakata |
Research Fellow in the Computer Science Dept, University of Aberystwyth
|Professor S. G. Pulman||Inducing domain theories||Dr J. Coleman and Dr J. Cussens (York)|
|Patrick Thomas Hertford||Professor S. Romaine||Some syntactic affinities between Krio and Gullah.|
|Didier Maillat |
Professor of English Linguistics
Dept of English,
University of Fribourg.
|Dr G. Ramchand||The Semantics and Pragmatics of Directionals: a case study in English and French.||Dr J. Coleman and Dr E. van der Zee |
(University of Lincoln)
|Britta Jensen |
Research Fellow at the Macquarie University Centre for Cognitive Science, Sydney, Australia
|Dr G. Ramchand and Professor J. A. Holmberg||Imperatives in English and Scandinavian||Dr D. F. Cram and Professor T. Taraldsen (University of Tromsø, Norway)|
|Catherine Sangster |
Oxford University Press
|Dr. J. S. Coleman||Inter- and intra-speaker variation in Liverpool English: a sociophonetic study||Dr V. Martin and Prof. G. J. Docherty (University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne)|
|Denise Leigh |
|Dr G. Ramchand||Anaphora and the Bilingual||Dr I. M. C. Watson and Dr I. Tsimpli (University of Cambridge)|
|Reem Bassiouney |
Associate Professor of Arabic linguistics at Georgetown University
|Prof C. Holes||Functions of code-switching in Egypt|
|Francis Yunqing Lin |
Professor of Linguistics at Beijing Normal University.
|Professor J. Higginbotham||Grammar, meaning and understanding: an enquiry into grammatical and semantic competence||Dr. D. F. Cram and Dr B. Smith (Birkbeck College, London)|
|Hisashi Morita |
Assistant Professor in the Department of British and American Studies, Aichi Prefectural University, Japan
|Professor J. Higginbotham||English and Japanese Questions||Dr G. Ramchand and Dr D. Adger (University of York)|
|Hiromi Tanaka |
|Dr G. Ramchand||Information Structure in English and Japanese: a Dynamic File Change Semantics Account||Professor S. G. Pulman and Dr C. Heycock (University of Edinburgh)|
|Natalie Tronenko |
Developer of Russian Language Learning on the Web, Sussex & LSE.
|Dr D. F. Cram||Regularities in the behaviour of Russian Phrasal Idioms||Dr Mary MacRobert and Professor A. Spencer (University of Essex)|
|Liang Chua |
Associate Professor at Nagoya University.
|Professor S. Romaine||Language Shift in a Singaporean Chinese Family and the Matrix language Frame Model||Dr D. F. Cram and Professor Li Wei (University of Newcastle)|
|Elinor (Reynolds) Keane |
Research associate at Phonetics Laboratory (former).
|Dr J. S. Coleman||Echo Words in Tamil||Dr I. M. C. Watson, and Professor R. Asher (University of Edinburgh)|
|Raffaella Folli |
Lecturer in Linguistics, School of Communication in the University of Ulster.
|Dr G. Ramchand and Professor J. Higginbotham||Constructing Telicity in English and Italian||Professor A. Morpurgo-Davies, and Professor Hagit Borer (USC)|
|Paula West |
Associate Programmer Analyst, Equities Management Technology group, Goldman Sachs.
|Dr J. S. Coleman||Long Distance Co-articulatory Effects of English /l/ and /r/||Professor P. Roach (University of Reading) and and Dr P. Hoole (University of Munich)|
|Yuko Otsuka |
Assistant Professor, University of Hawaii in Manoa.
|Professor J. Higginbotham||Ergativity in Tongan||Dr G. Ramchand and Prof. L. de Mena Travis (McGill University)|
|Pietro Bortone |
Fellow, Institute for Advanced Studies, Uppsala.
|Professor A. Morpurgo Davies and I. Philippaki-Warburton (Reading)||Aspects of the history of Greek prepositions: a localistic view||Dr P. Mackridge (St Cross) and J. Miller (University of Edinburgh)|
|Miyuki Sawada |
Now at National Kaohsiung Normal University.
|Dr D. F. Cram||Topics in Japanese Clause Structure: Where Kokugogaku and Generative Grammar meet||Professor Higginbotham and H. Hoshi (SOAS, London)|
|Kerstin Hoge |
Dr Hoge is now University Lecturer in German Linguistics at Oxford.
|Professor J. Higginbotham||Superiority||Dr G. Ramchand (Linacre) and Prof. M. Diesing (Cornell University)|
|Philomen Probert |
University Lecturer in Classical Philology and Linguistics at Oxford.
|Professor A. Morpurgo Davies||Studies in Greek Accentuation||Dr. M. L. West and Prof. P. Kiparsky (Stanford University)|
|Jason Zerdin |
Now works for Oxford University Computing Services.
|Professor A. Morpurgo Davies||Studies in the Ancient Greek verbs in -sko||Dr J. H. W. Penney and Professor D. Ringe (University of Pennsylvania)|
|Nam-Kil Kang |
Dr Kang is now a Lecturer in Korea.
|Professor J. Higginbotham||Reflexives and the linking theory in Universal Grammar||Dr D. F. Cram and Dr H. Hoji (University of London)|
|Peter Chew |
Dr Chew is now a Finance Consultant.
|Dr J. S. Coleman||A Computational phonology of Russian||Dr S. Parkinson and Dr Dunstan Brown|
|Roberta Middleton |
Oxford University Press.
|Professor M. Maiden||Aspects of the history of relative clauses in Italo-Romance||Mr J. C. Smith, and Professor Mair Parry|
|Paolo Vaciago |
Ricercatore at the University of Rome. His thesis is being published in 3 volumes by the Corpus Christianorum in Belgium.
|Professor M. Godden||The transmission of early Anglo-Saxon glossarial material on the continent: texts, index and analysis||Professor N. Palmer and Dr J. D. Pfeiffer|
|Jana Dankovicova |
Dr Dankavicova is Lecturer in Clinical Linguistics at University College, London.
|Dr J. S. Coleman||The linguistic basis of articulation rate variation in Czech||Professor B. Rosner and Professor P. Roach (University of Reading)|
|Ruth Carroll |
Academy of Finland research fellow in the Department of English, University of Turku (Finland).
|Professor J. Aitchison||Cooking Verbs in Fourteenth Century England. A semantic class and its syntactic behaviour||Nicholas Gisborne and Professor E.G. Stanley|
|Alessandro Capone |
at the University of Salento.
His thesis was published in Italy.
|Dr Yan Huang||Modality and Discourse||Professor Sally McConnell Ginet (Cornell) and Professor J. Higginbotham|
|Wen-Chao Li |
Book published by Peter Lang, New York. 1999.
Dr Li is now Assistant Professor of Linguistics at San Francisco State University
|Dr J. S. Coleman||A diachronically motivated segmental phonology of Modern Chinese||Dr S. Parkinson and Professor Richard Wiese|
|Jane Stuart Smith |
Thesis published by OUP as Phonetics and Philology: the development of the PIE voiced aspirates in Italic.
Dr Stuart Smith is Reader in the School of English & Scottish Language & Literature, University of Glasgow.
|Dr J. H. W. Penney and Dr J. S. Coleman||The Development of the Indo-European Voiced Aspirates in Italic: A Philological and Phonetic Assessment||Dr D. Langslow and Dr K. Hayward|
|David Willis |
Book published by OUP in 1998. Dr Willis is now Senior Lecturer in Historical Linguistics, University of Cambridge.
|Professor D. E. Evans||Syntactic change in Welsh||Professor T. Charles Edwards, and Dr Maggie Tallerman|
|Jin Zhou |
|Professor J. Aitchison||A study of speech errors in Mandarin Chinese||Dr J. Coleman and Professor M. Garman (Reading)|
|Mathew Saxton |
Dr Saxton is now a Senior Lecturer in Psychology and Human Development at the Institute of Education University of London
|Professor J. Aitchison||Negative Evidence versus Negative Feedback: A study of corrective input in child language acquisition||Dr K. Plunkett and Professor J. Hurford (Edinburgh)|
|Torsten Meissner |
Thesis published by OUP. Dr Meissner is now University Lecturer in Classical Philology and Linguistics at Cambridge.
|Professor A. Morpurgo Davies||S-stem Nouns and Adjectives in Ancient Greek: A study in Greek and Indo-European Word Formation||Dr J. H. W. Penney and Professor Petersmann (University of Heidelberg)|
|Matthew Whelpton |
Senior Lecturer in Linguistics at the University of Iceland.
|Professor Higginbotham and Dr D. F. Cram||The Syntax and Semantics of Infinitives of Result in English||Professor S. Lappin (London) and Professor Edwin Williams (Princeton University)|
|Biljana Scott |
Faculty Tutor in Chinese Linguistics, Oxford.
|Professor J. Aitchison and Professor Atkinson (University of Essex)||Aspectogenesis and the Characterization of Directionals in Chinese||Professor S. Romaine and Dr Wynn Chao (London)|