2018 Senior Honors Theses
- Margaret Anne Rowe, Friendship Across Distance: Media ideologies in threatening face and building solidarity over video calls
- Toby Hei Nok Hung, A cartographic analysis of the left periphery in Chaozhou, Cantonese and Mandarin
- Juliet May, An Analysis of Deception Features in Realized and Non-Realized Threatening Communications
- Michaela Harrington, Topic: Identity & Stance on Twitter
- Anna Runova, Topic: L2 effects of learning L3
Writing a Senior Honors Thesis is an optional, but very valuable, opportunity to explore research independently and gain experience in Linguistics beyond coursework.
A select number of Linguistics majors are invited to write Honors Theses in their senior year. This selection is based on cumulative GPA in the spring semester of junior year.
Students interested in writing a thesis will submit a preliminary proposal. If approved, these students will participate in an Honors Thesis Seminar, write an Honors Thesis, and present their theses in a conference format.