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M.A. Alumni

Name Thesis Title / Advisor Current Appointment
Anna Hamer
2017
Tyler Evans
2016
Samuel Hackworth
2016
Angelica Ortiz
2016
Paul Coats
2015
Core Lecturer of Spanish at Indiana University
Elena Galkina
2015
Processing of Garden Path Sentences Containing Silent and Filled Pauses Produced by a Stuttered Speaker / Dr. Stanley Dubinsky and Dr. Robin Morris Ph.D. Student, USC Linguistics Program
Kristie Kannaley
2015
Andrea Melo
2015
ESL Instructor at Interactive College of Education
Wesley (Ned) Moore
2015
Koren Salajka
2015
Carolyn Tripp
2015
Stephanie Boyter
2014
Instructor, English Programs for Internationals, USC
Eric Gay
2014
Old English and Old Norse: An Inquiry Into Intelligibility and Categorization Methodology / Dr. Kurt G. Goblirsch
Cameron Holder Bandera
2014
Instructor, English Programs for Internationals, USC
Raymond Knight
2014
ESL Instuctor at EPI
Jessica D'Atri
2013
Instructor at Northeastern University College of Professional Studies
Casey Carroll
2012
Writer and Curriculum Developer for the Center for Child and Family Studies in the College of Social Work at the University of South Carolina
Karen Fischer
2012
Spanish Instructor, Lancaster High School
Deanna Futrell
2012
Instructor, English Programs for Internationals, USC
Brian Galloway
2012
Author / Designer
Amy Henderson
2012
Use your head to get the picture: An investigation of working memory and idiom processing / Dr. Amit Almor
Julie Medlin
2012
International Student Advisor at the University of South Carolina
Peter Nelson
2012
Instructor, English Programs for Internationals
Ashley Tessarolo
2012
Fulbright Teaching Assistant (FLTA) in Sao Jose do Rio Preto, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Stacey Warnick
2012
Jason Abernethy
2011
Predictors of second language reading span / Dr. Barbara Schulz
Marc Canner
2011
The aptitude domain a componential analysis of learner aptitude in second language acquisition / Dr. Barbara Schulz Executive Director, Institute of Strategic Languages & Cultures Part-time Professor of Linguistics, Columbia International University
Jennifer Heinmiller
2011
Alyssa Hesse
2011
Lindsey Hudson
2011
Wordify!(TM) morphology meets ludology / Dr. Stanley Dubinsky
Dorothea Hüttinger
2011
Attitudes toward standard and non-standard dialects in linguistically stigmatized and linguistically prestigious regions in the United States and Germany / Dr. Tracey Weldon
Julia McKinney
2011
PhD candidate, Assistant director of the USC Writing Center
Alana Nelson
2011
Taku Shinzato
2011
Japanese learners' perception of the use of masculine and feminine English / Dr. Elaine Chun Chief English instructor and school management
Jeanne Sprott
2011
Instructor, English Programs for Internationals
Paris Ward
2011
Alisha Biler
2010
Instructor/Reading and Vocabulary Coordinator at EPI
Andreas Herzog
2010
PhD student in English (Composition and Rhetoric) at USC
Jing Li 
2010
M.A. student at Logos Evangelical Seminary
Stephen Mann
2010
Assistant Professor of Linguistics, English Department, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
Kathryn Wilson
2010
Tim Boiteau 
2009
Interaction between conversation with a remote interlocutor and a visuomotor task / Dr. Amit Almor Currently pursuing Ph.D. in experimental psychology, University of South Carolina
Ashley Green 
2009
ESL Instructor at Kansas State University
Lauren Jackson
2009
Leann Lowrey 
2009
International student tutor, Winthrop University
Amber McKenzie 
2009
PhD Candidate Computer Science, USC, Data Scientist at PYA Analytics
Linnea Minich 
2009
Adjunct, First Year English, University of South Carolina
Gustavo Montana
2009
Disambiguating biased ambiguos words: An eye movement investigation / Dr. Robin Morris
Manar Shabouk 
2009
Ph.D. student, Comparative Literature Program, University of South Carolina
Carlos  Gelormini-Lezama 
2008
The Overt Pronoun Penalty: A Processing Delay in Spanish Anaphora Comprehension / Dr. Amit Almor Postdoctoral Researcher of the National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET), Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Stephanie Glotfelty 
2008
English and ESOL teacher, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science & Technology (Fairfax County Public Schools, VA)
Maya Repchenko
2008
ESL Instructor at Davidson Community College
Sara-Elizabeth (Blair) Cottrell 
2007
Spanish teacher, Whitefield Academy, Louisville, KY
Rachel (Jones) Dowling 
2007
Barbara Broome 
2007
Emilie Elliott 
2007
Technical Support for Gandi US; Freelance Web Design
Minta Elsman 
2007
The Syntax of Single and Double Modal Constructions / Dr. Stanley Dubinsky Graduate Student & Teaching Assistant, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Suzanne Freynik 
2007
Graduate Research Assistant, Center for Advanced Study of Language, University of Maryland
Jeremy Graves 
2007
Samuel Hardy 
2007
Claudia Heinemann-Priest 
2007
Joe Martin 
2007
Michael Messersmith 
2007
Cintia Widmann
2007
Instructor of English, at the University of Helsinki, Finland
Zhu Fan
2006
Yu Jeong Choi 
2006
Maria Naumova 
2006
Olena (Helen) Aydarova 
2005
Melissa Jantz 
2005
Tomoyuki Akiyama 
2004
Chery Fitzgerald 
2004
Denis Kopyl 
2004
Bevin Roue 
2004
Susan Scriven 
2004
ESL teacher at Loudon Elementary School in Loudon, TN
Lish Simpson 
2004
Steven Simpson 
2004
Cherlon Ussery 
2004
Kristen VanHeest 
2004
Megan Elder-Taylor 
2003
Ordinate Corporation, (Menlo Park, CA)
John A. Hancock, IV 
2003
An Integrated Approach to Metaphor Processing: Property Attribution, Graded Salience and Context Effects /
Kimberly J. Miller 
2003
Miller Interpreting Services, LLC, Columbia, SC
Eva Moore 
2003
Petia D. Alexieva 
2002
Ph.D. student, Slavic Linguistics, University of Chicago and Instructor of Russian,Middlebury College
Sean M. Barnette 
2002
Gail Clements 
2002
Visiting Professor, Department of Liberal Arts, University of North Carolina, School of the Arts
Julio Colon 
2002
Ph.D. English, 2005.
Loralee Donath
2002
Social Worlds in Discourse: Human Agency and Semantic Frameworks in the Confederate Flag Debate / Dr. Jennifer Reynolds, Dr. Tracey Weldon Adjunct Professor, Anthropology Department and Linguistics Program, University of South Carolina
Christopher Hill 
2002
Program Coordinator for the American Language Program, the Intensive ESL Program at The Ohio State University. He also co-edits the Ohio TESOL Journal
Won-yoo Kim 
2002
Ph.D. student, University of Central Florida; Instructor, Indian River Community College (Vero Beach) and Brevard Community College (Palm Bay)
Rulai Li 
2002
German Lopez-Hernandez 
2002
Kate Myers Vega 
2002
Lecturer, English Composition Center, University of Miami
Natalia Ramos-Silva 
2002
Spanish Teacher, Lower Richland High School, Columbia, SC
Adam Shambaugh 
2002
Rebecca S. Strickler
2002
Me, myself, & I: Language, gender & ideology in one community of practice. / Director of Language Training, Wetzel Services, Inc. (Greenville, SC)
Leticia M. Trower
2002
ESL Teacher, Cornelius Elementary School Charlotte, North Carolina
Philippe Albert
2001
French/Latin Teacher, Vance High School (Charlotte, NC)
Craig Callender
2001
Associate Professor of Linguistics and English, Georgia College
Meg Campbell Sloan
2001
'Yours and So forth': An analysis of certain aspects of grammar and language found in letters written by semi-literate plantation overseers of the Antebellum South /
Alina Ciscel
2001
The development of tense-aspect morphology in planned and unplanned L2 learner narratives. / ESL instructor, Goodwin College (East Hartford, CT)
Changyong Liao
2001
The use of LE in Madarin Chinese as a foreign language / PhD graduate, Linguistics Program, University fo South Carolina
Elizabeth Drury
2000
Dialogue journal writing in English writing class of Thai-speaking learners of English: Analysis and comparison with teacher-assigned compositions /
Kathy Brigman Haupt
2000
The use of the "Theory of Multiple Intelligences" in ESL vocabulary instruction of Spanish-speaking adults / Elementary school teacher, Richland School District One (SC)
Karen Price
2000
An exploration of the relationship among affective variables and foriegn language fluency /
Andrea Prospero West
2000
Language, dialect, and race: The politics of Ebonics / ENG 101 Coordinator, Beltline campus, Midlands Techinical College, Columbia, SC
Butsakorn Yodkamlue
2000
Assistant Professor, School of English, Institute of Social Technology, Suranaree Institute of Technology, Thailand
Kathy Groves
1999
A study of acoustic invariance in stop consonant features /
Rachel Hayes-Harb
1999
Native speakers of Arabic and ESL texts: Evidence for the transfer of written word identification processes / Asst. Professor, Dept. of Linguistics, University of Utah; Postdoc, Speech Perception Lab, Psychology Dept., Northeastern University (Boston); Ph.D. graduate, Linguistics Department, University of Arizona
Catherine Mikell
1999
Dispelling some decreolization myths: The case of Gullah / Ph.D. graduate, English Department, University of South Carolina; Assistant Professor, Department of English and Speech, Fashion Institute of Technology, State University of New York;
Sara Millus
1999
An ethnography of ESL learners: Mexican immigrants in South Carolina / ESL Teacher, Pelion Elementary School (SC)
Cynthia Quinn
1999
The development of cohesion in second language writing / Associate Lecturer and Program Co-coordinator, English department, School of Policy Studies, Kwansai Gakuin University
Ami Westphal
1999
Effects of training on the speech perception of adult second-language learners /
Julie Yoder
1999
A comparison of vocabulary learning techniques in ESL students: Contextualizing vs. learning words in isolation / ESL teacher, FC Hammond Middle School (Alexandria, VA  public school system)
Satina Anziano
1998
Lillie: Copula usage study of a mesolectal Gullah speaker from Federal Writers Project / EFL teacher, Tibetan Department, Kangding Teachers College (Ganzi Autonomous Region, Sichuan, China)
Erika Danou-Hasan
1998
Old Norse lexical retention in varieties of Northern British English: A study of s- words of Old Norse descent / English instructor, Elgin Community College (IL)
Newton Hamlin
1998
NAI verb morphology. /
Eunyoung Cho Jeong
1998
English stress rules and ESL learners: The efficacy of formal instruction. /
Joe Price
1998
Motivations for pronominal alteros-affixation in Proto-Romance and the development of vous autres in French / Assistant Professor of French and Applied Linguistics/Second Language Studies at Texas Tech University
Karen Stanley
1998
Acquisition of English past time verbal morphology by instructed adult learners of a second language. / ESL Instructor, Central Piedmont Community College (NC)
Elizabeth Elder
1997
The content versus function morpheme distinction: A psychological and neurolinguistic perspective. /
Brendan Kelly
1997
Between the lines: Intersentential cohesion in discourse. /
Chang-Kyum Kim
1997
Korean consonant processes on different phonological levels. / Ph.D. graduate, Linguistics Program, University of South Carolina
Nathaniel Dean Pendleton
1997
A look at Yucatec phonetics, phonology and morphology and a brief comparison with Lacandon. /
Susan Rogers 
1997
Cross-cultural (mis)communication: The broadening horizons of contrastive rhetoric. /
Louise M. Thomas
1997
A descriptive investigation of common pedagogical factors facilitating communication in established ESL programs in South Carolina middle schools. /
Angela Sue Willis
1997
An examination of the effects of content-based instruction at the English Program for Internationals, The University of South Carolina-Columbia. /
Laura Agapay
1996
Input processing and output based instruction in second language learning: A case study analysis of outcomes and verbal reports . / Senior Program Coordinator, Information Systems, University of Illinois, Chicago
Mitch Aurednik
1996
ESL skill improvement: A matter of time or native language? /
Christine Discoe 
1996
Metadiscourse in second language writing. /
Leah Gilner
1996
Arab learners and SLA: An analysis of affective variables and L2 achievement. / Foreign Language Lecturer, College of Science and Engineering, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto
Steven Gross
1996
OCP effects in vowel harmony. / (b. 1951-d. 2008) PhD graduate, Linguistics Program, University of South Carolina; Position at the time of death: Associate Professor, English Department, East Tennessee State University
Sarah Hardin
1996
Successful sermonizing: A linguistic analysis. /
Silvia Milian Hita
1996
The Sociopragmatics of codeswitching: Multifunctionality and ambiguity of codeswitching in family and peer interactions. / Punt i coma, Translation and text correction service; English teacher at Escola Cooperativa "El Puig", Esparreguera, Barcelona; ABD, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Duk-Young Kim
1996
The acquisition of interlanguage syllable structure by adult Korean ESL learners. / Ph.D. graduate, Linguistics Program, University of Florida
Melanie Moll
1996
Repair in nonnative speaker conversation. / Ph.D. graduate, Linguistics Program, University of South Carolina
Richard Norwood
1996
Encountering cultures through language: Auiel and the Houandate in the winter of 1623. / Instructor, Agape English Language Institute for Internationals
Russell Harless
1995
East Meets West: A case study of an international teaching assistant in the U.S. undergraduate classroom. / Instructor, English Programs for Internationals, USC
Nan Kern
1995
Assessment of power: A sociolinguistic analysis of high power features in the courtroom. /
Sonja Launspach
1995
"How many dozens have you done...?" The function of self deprecatory assessments and compliments in a quilting guild. /
Beverley McGuckin
1995
Non-native speakers’ expressions of gratitude: Insufficient and excessive thanks. /
Natalie Paganelli
1995
An investigation of the validity of acculturation questionnaires in second language acquisition research. /
David Ross
1995
Nonnative strategies for forming English directives. /
Linda Shaull
1995
A longitudinal analysis of English article acquisition in compositions of Japanese, Arabic and Spanish speakers. /
Yoshihiro Tajima
1995
The effect of ‘information-gap’ tasks in teaching Japanese in elementary school. / Canadian Academy, Kobe, Japan
Seijiro Takenaka
1995
Modification of input: The effect of pause and repetition of noun on L2 listening comprehension. /
Barney Craven
1994
A contrastive study of discourse patterns in German academic texts. / English Instructor, University of Applied Sciences, Ingolstadt, Germany
Edit Nagy
1994
Analysis of codeswitching and borrowing in the speech of Hungarians living in Columbia, South Carolina. /
Mazemba Nzwanga
1994
Pragmatic transfer in SLA: A study of the acquisition of French refusals by speakers of American English. / ESL Instructor,Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association(Columbus, OH), Ph.D. graduate, Foreign Language Education, Ohio State University
Mary Sue Sroda
1994
Context and the interpretation of implicatures by native and non-native speakers of English: A relevance-theoretic perspective. /
Mohammad Said Al-Zahrani
1993
Copula omission and retention by Arab learners of English / Ph.D. graduate, Indiana University of Pennyslvania; Department of Languages & Translations, Imam Mohammad bin Saud Islamic University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; 
Laurie Berry
1993
Acquisition of affective sensitivity to marked speech act realizations in a second language. / Coordinator for Foreign Languages/ESL, English Department, Midlands Technical College (SC)
Lila Docken Bauman
1993
Language and representation in the news: An integrated analysis of the "Moscow News" and the "New York Times" / Ph.D. graduate, Media Ecology, New York University
Kae Fukushima
1993
Interlanguage variability in third person singular -s marking. / St. Andrew's School, Osaka, Japan
Soon-kyo Lim
1993
The relative clause processing difficulty hierarchy and learnability: The Korean speakers’ acquisition of English restrictive relative clauses. /
Hui Zhi Zhang
1993
Acquisition of Chinese classifiers by native and non-native speakers. /
Erica June Benson
1992
Stylistic / Syntactic variations among the written languages of Germany and Austria / Ph.D. graduate, Linguistics, Michigan State University; Asst. Professor, English Department, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire;
Marit Berg Bobo
1992
The acquisition of sociolinguistic competence in making English refusals after exposure to SL situation /
Denise Michelle Smith
1992
The effect of content-based instruction on grammatical and lexical ability in compositions by English learners of French /
Hiroko Spees
1992
Adversity in Japanese passives: An empirical study of native speakers of Japanese /
Anne Katherine Studley
1992
Teacher-centered versus student-centered prereading activities and the effect on the comprehension of texts by Russian learners of English: Does method of schema-activation make a difference? /
Riei Suzuki
1992
Motivation of students studying Japanese at the University of South Carolina /
Faisal Ibrahim Taani
1992
Some problems in mastering Arabic language pronunciation by American college students /
Peter Marshall Viles
1992
The bridge of sound /
Renbang Zhu
1992
Linguistic ambiguity and reading proficiency in second language learning /
Jacqui Layne Asbury
1991
ESL in South Carolina public schools: Guidelines for teachers and administrators / ESL Consultant and Representative for Cambridge University Press; Adult Ed. ESL Teacher, Lakeview Adult Education Center, Lexington (SC)
Julie Sisson Dawkins
1991
The effect of schema activation activities on the performance of second language writing in English /
Robert Lee Hamilton 
1991
The markedness generalization hypothesis and the teachability hypothesis: Instructional effects on adult ESL learners' knowledge of restrictive relative clauses /
Carme Juncadella Johnson
1991
The diminutive in "Fortunata Y Jacinta": A comparative study of two English translations /
Karen S. Martin
1991
Restricted free word order in Japanese: A barriers approach /
Miriam Phillips Moore
1991
Redefining the pro-drop parameter: Extended control theory in second language acquisition /
Maha Ahmed Okasha
1991
The influence of transfer and language universals in the acquisition of relative clauses by Arabic learners of English /
Dafne Sola
1991
Fossilized errors and the effect of formal instruction on highly proficient Hispanic learners /
Minako Taguchi
1991
Politeness strategies in requests and apologies by American-English and Japanese learners of English /
Kam Chi May Lam
1990
A comparative study of Taiwanese and American students' persuasive writing /
Martha Amanda Ballew
1990
Readability and syntactic complexity: A comparison of two formulas /
Joaquim Camps
1990
The use of communication strategies by learners of Spanish as a foreign language / Ph.D. graduate, Georgetown University; Asst. Professor, Romance Languages & Literatures, University of Florida
Amoena Brigitte Norcoss
1990
The syntax of the modal auxiliaries in Old English /
Mark Alan Porter
1990
Computers and ESL: Four reading / vocabulary lessons on computer /
Barrett Jesse Powers
1990
The residency English project: A computer-assisted preparation for the I. N. S. citizenship exam /
Alexandra Rowe 
1990
Teaching Writing in Social Studies / Director of English Programs for Internationals, Linguistics Program Faculty, USC
Elizabeth Russell DuBard
1990
Readability and syntactic complexity: A comparison of two formulas /
Juliane P. Waldeck
1990
Structural relations between language and music /
Suad Thabit Al-Battashy
1989
Teaching EFL reading and vocabulary in Omani secondary schools /
Curtis Lee Chapman
1989
A Grammatical and Sociolinguistic Analysis of Existentials in Appalachian English /
Alice Anne Goodwin
1989
ESL composition for graduate students /
Seung Man Kang
1989
Case and government in Korean /
Yuriko Kaneyuki Kite 
1989
One Two Three, a counting lesson in the fourth grade? A study of teacher directives /
Margaret L. Perkins
1989
Reading to write, writing to read: A complementary, interactive approach to ESL reading and writing / Fellowships Coordinator at University of South Carolina
Catherine Barrows Churlik
1988
The semantic structure of metaphor: Tension, resonance, and contextual consideration /
Douglas L. Gordon
1988
An analysis of parentheticals and their role in conversation / Attorney, Miles, Sears & Eanni, Fresno, CA; J.D., University of California Hastings College of the Law
William Padian Spence
1988
The effects of variations in familiarity of content and rhetorical form on the recall of native and nonnative English speaking readers /
Susan Melinda Batte
1987
A reanalysis of the development of the auxiliary perfect /
Stephanie Connor Mignone
1987
Language lab programs: A critique and a proposal /
Rose Margaret Bergvall
1986
Five communicative principles and their methodological implications /
Jin-Ae Chang
1986
A course for improving listening comprehension in English as a foreign language in Korea at the college / university level /
Masako Dorrill
1986
Politeness strategies in Japanese group discussion: "wake desu" and "no desu" / Instructor, Languages and Cultures, Loyola University New Orleans
Rebecca J. Duckett
1986
A syllabus design for the English component of a Korean camp program /
Mohamed Fouad El-Komi
1986
The punctuation of English sentence boundaries by Arabic speaking students /
Thomas W. Hayes
1986
Naming and reference strategies in first-person narratives /
Fawaz Suleiman Husein Ali
1985
Factors accounting for improvement in adult Arabic learners' pronunciation of English /
Shanta P. David
1985
The acquisition of the phonological feature of a second dialect /
Cecil Lustosa de Ataide Melo
1985
Punctuation in translation: Selected points in six English and Portuguese textual pairs /
Kasangati K.W. Kinyalolo
1985
On the verb-subject word order in some Bantu languages / Ph.D. graduate, UCLA; Visiting scholar in the Department of Linguistics, SUNY- Stony Brook
Relly Sitorus
1985
Studies of students' attitude toward English in Indonesia /
Chin An Chow
1984
Some basic problems in Modern Chinese grammar /
Collin F. Baker
1984
A microcomputer program for computer-assisted instruction in English as a second language / Ph.D. graduate, UC-Berkeley; Project Manager, FrameNet, International Computer Science Institute 
Judith Burges Dozier
1984
Deletion and relexicalization in Charleston speech /
Maria Rosa de Oliveira Serra Costa
1984
Paragraph cohesion: A comparison of Portugese and English /
Natalie Gay Hall
1984
A comparison of non-native speakers' attitudes toward the relative importance of English language skills /
Yasuko Konno
1984
A curriculum for teaching Japanese to Japanese children temporarily living in the United States
Michael David Stephenson
1984
A morphological and syntactic analysis of Freshman ESL writing / Instructor in TESOL, missions, and cross-cultural communications, Emmaus Bible College (Dubuque, IA)
Belkis R. Fava
1983
The lexicosemantics of sports terminology: Track and field events /
Kimberly Gibson Johnson
1983
Punctuation: 1977 /
Kimberly Harris
1983
The monitor theory of second language acquisition in perspective /
William Lindsay Hislop
1983
An exploration of meaning in three of John Donne's poems /
Nahmoud Mahamed Mahmoud Salem
1983
Similarities in the diction of Gerard Manley Hopkins and Dylan Thomas /
Keith Walters
1983
Nonsexist language: An assessment of the diffusion of a communicative innovation /
Mohamed Abdel Wahab Mahoud
1982
The significance of the role of language in two of Arthur Miller's plays: "Death of a salesman" and "All my sons" /
Ruth Morris
1982
A pragmatic approach to teaching the research paper in the freshman composition class /
Beryl Carlton Martinson
1981
A course in communicative competence for Japanese businessmen / Ph.D. graduate, Educational Administration, University of South Carolina; ESL faculty, Language Institute, Georgia Institute of Technology
Jennifer Lowery Thornburg
1981
Repairs for understanding in the ESL placement interview /
Yadira Miroslava Diaz
1981
A study of borrowings from English to Spanish in the Puerto Ricans of Columbia, South Carolina /
Molly Elizabeth Daniel
1980
A reading course in English for speakers of Spanish /
Jane Lindley Bryan
1980
English as a second language: An analysis of the composition patterns of Arabic-speaking students /
Marcia de Oliveira Grey
1980
Brazilian Portuguese phonological interference in learning American English /
Mahmoud Hasan Fahmi
1980
Syntactic and semantic problems in English-Arabic translation /
Malca Rubin Turchick
1980
Linguistic implications for teaching English rhetoric to Brazilians /
Mary Isabelle Bresnahan
1979
Pilipino-English code mixing in Philippine newspaper /
Sarah H. Pressly
1979
The Laubach method application in teaching English to speakers of other languages /
Ricardo Vera
1979
N-Chilean Spanish pronunication /
Constance Lee Jenkins Pritchard
1978
Flinging slang: Women's prison language /
Sara Lyles Sanders
1978
The speech of Fairfax, South Carolina in its subregional context: Selected phonological features /
Mary Carol Fitzgerald
1977
The double subject in conversational English /
Edward Vance Truesdale, Jr. 
1977
Memory and affect for material read as poetry or prose /
Barbara Denise Sherrill
1975
Applied Linguistics and Foreign Language Learning: Italian /
George Townsend Dorrill 
1975
A comparison of Negro and White speech in central South Carolina /
Long Willis Sharon Veronica
1974
A Simplex Linguistic Analysis of the Speech of a Cerebral Palsied Child /
Bruce Wilkerson
1974
A comparative study of the pedagogical efficacy of the generative-transformational and the meaning structure models of language for the teacher of English to speakers of other languages /
David Harrill Roberts
1973
Structure and Ambiguity in the English Transitive Sentence / Dr. Richard L. Gunter Retired Professor of Rhetoric and Linguistics, Samford University; currently a part-time faculty member at UGA (English)
Lynette Bridget Varn 
1973
A linguistic examination of the metaphysical conceit as exemplified in the songs and sonnets of John Donne /
Elizabeth Gibson Killingsworth
1971
A study of the combinatorial possibilities of the constituents of the type I-a. simple sentence /
Nancy Grow Dryden
1971
A linguistic comparison of the advertisements in "Life", "The New Yorker" and "True Confessions" /
Elaine Lucille Preston
1969
Lexical variations in the speech of mid-south Carolina /
Alan Robert Slotkin
1969
A survey of verb forms in the midlands of South Carolina /
Gerda Petersen Jordan
1967
A contrastive study of the semantic ranges of AN, AUF, BEI, IN with their nearest English equivalents /