Title Author Yearsort ascending Publication type
New World Mennonite Low German: An Investigating of Changes in Progress Roslyn C. Burns 2016 Dissertation
Iranian Dialectology and Dialectometry Chundra A. Cathcart 2015 Dissertation
Politeness in Japanese Sign Language (JSL): Polite JSL expression as evidence for intermodal language contact influence Johnny E. George 2011 Dissertation
Phonetic and Phonological Acquisition in Endangered Languages Learned by Adults: A Case Study of Numu (Oregon Northern Paiute) Erin F. Haynes 2010 Dissertation
Phonetic and Social Selectivity in Speech Accommodation Molly E. Babel 2009 Dissertation
Miami Language Reclamation in the Home: A Case Study Wesley Y. Leonard 2007 Dissertation
Attunement in interaction: Sequential use of Japanese honorifics Makiko Takekuro 2005 Dissertation
The Linguistic Ecology of Northwestern California: Contact, Functional Convergence and Dialectology Lisa J. Conathan 2004 Dissertation
Constructional Polysemy and Mental Spaces in Potawatomi Discourse Laura Buszard-Welcher 2003 Dissertation
Linguistic Purism, Language Shift, and Contact-Induced Change in Tatar Suzanne Wertheim 2003 Dissertation
Social Influences on Female Speakers' Pitch Julie Lewis 2002 Dissertation
Borrowed Blackness: African American Vernacular English and European American Youth Identities Mary Bucholtz 1997 Dissertation
Yanan Oral Narrative: Presentation and Analysis Herbert Luthin 1991 Dissertation
Cantonese sociolinguistic patterns: Correlating social characteristics of speakers with phonological variables in Hong Kong Cantonese Robert S. Bauer 1982 Dissertation
Language, ethnicity and politics in Quebec Monica Heller 1982 Dissertation
Proto-Wintun kin classification: A case study in reconstruction of a complex semantic system Kenneth Whistler 1980 Dissertation
A semantic study of royal and sacerdotal usages in Thai Kanita Kanasut Roengpitya 1973 Dissertation