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Postgraduate Study in Linguistics

Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics


Recent PhD Graduates in Theoretical & Applied Linguistics


Name College Thesis title Conferral Year Supervisor
Giulia Bovolenta Jesus College 'Developing production skills through implicit learning' 2020 Dr John Williams
Rodanthi Christofaki Corpus Christi College 'Projected self:  the de se across dimensions and beyond pronouns' 2020 Prof Ianthi Tsimpli
Gamal Crichton St. Edmund's College 'Improving automated literature-based discovery with neural networks neural biomedical named entity recognition, link prediction and discovery' 2019 Prof Anna Korhonen and Dr Nigel Collier
Drasko Kascelan Trinity College 'Prevalence of autistic-like traits in general population bilingual and monolingual samples and their effect on cognition and metaphor processing/interpretation' 2020 Dr Napoleon Katsos
Oliver Mayeux Peterhouse College 'Rethinking decreolization: language contact and change in Louisiana Creole' 2019 Prof Mari Jones
Athina Ntalli Murray Edward's College 'The acquisition of finiteness in English by child second language learners in instructed contexts: age of onset and L1 effects' 2021 Dr Henriette Hendriks and Dr Dora Alexopoulou
Edoardo Ponti St. John's College 'Inductive bias and modular design for sample-efficient neural language learning' 2021 Prof Anna Korhonen
Chenchen (Julio) Song Gonville & Caius College 'On the formal flexibility of syntactic categories' 2019 Prof Ian Roberts and Dr Theresa Biberauer
Kayeon Yoo King's College 'The production and perception of domain-initial strengthening in Seoul, Busan and Ulsan Korean' 2021 Prof Francis Nolan

For current PhD students, please see here