Here are some links to PhD (MPhil and Masters) theses which may be of interest (mostly external links).

  • Despina Kazana (2011:University of Essex ) Agreement in Modern Greek Coordinate Noun Phrases

  • Tatiana Nikitina (2008:Stanford University ) The mixing of syntactic properties and language change

  • Ryo Otoguro (2006:University of Essex) Morphosyntax of Case: a Theoretical Investigation of the Concept

  • Cobb, Caroline (2006: University of Oxford, MPhil). The Syntax of Adverbs: An LFG Approach.
  • Cholthicha Sudmuk (2005:University of Texas at Austin) The Syntax and Semantics of Serial Verb Constructions in Thai.

  • Leonoor van der Beek (2005: University of Groningen) Topics in Corpus Based Dutch Syntax
  • Ash Asudeh (2004:Stanford University) Resumption as Resource Management
  • Anna Kibort (2004: University of Cambridge) Passive and passive-like constructions in English and Polish
    Deposited at http://www.surrey.ac.uk/LIS/SMG/AnnaKibortThesis.pdf
  • Ana Luis (2004: University of Essex). Clitics as Morphology .
    On the status of object clitics in Portuguese, mainly in PFM with LFG as the syntactic framework of reference. Email aluis @ fl.uc.pt for related papers.

  • Deepthi Kumara Henadeerage (2002: Australian National University) Topics in Sinhala Syntax

  • Simon Musgrave (2001:University of Melbourne) Non-Subject Arguments in Indonesian.

  • Andy Way (2001: University of Essex) A Hybrid Architecture for Robust MT

  • Sylvia Wong (1999: University of Birmingham)
    An Investigation into the use of argument structure and lexical mapping theory for machine translation

  • The following are LFG theses now available as books

  • Jonas Kuhn Optimality Theoretic Syntax - A Declarative Approach 2003. CSLI Publications, Stanford. Revised version of University of Stuttgart PhD thesis.

  • Ida Toivonen. Non-projecting words: a case study of Swedish Verbal Particles . 2003. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Revised version of Stanford University PhD thesis.

  • I Wayan Arka. Balinese Morphosyntax: a lexical functional approach Pacific Linguistics 2003. Revised version of thesis.
  • Rachel Nordlinger Constructive Case 1998. CSLI Publications, Stanford. Revised version of Stanford University PhD thesis.
  • Hye-Won Choi Optimizing Structure in Context: Scrambling and Information Structure. 1999. CSLI Publications, Stanford. Revised version of Stanford University PhD thesis.
  • Mary Dalrymple The Syntax of Anaphoric Binding. 1993. CSLI Publications, Stanford. Revised version of Stanford University PhD thesis.
  • Jane Simpson Warlpiri Morpho-Syntax. 1991. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Revised version of MIT PhD thesis.

  • Alex Alsina The role of Argument Structure in Grammar. 1996. CSLI Publications, Stanford. Revised version of Stanford University PhD thesis.

  • Tara Mohanan Argument Structure in Hindi. 1994. CSLI Publications, Stanford. Revised version of Stanford University PhD thesis.

  • Miriam Butt The Structure of Complex Predicates in Urdu 1995. CSLI Publications, Stanford. Revised version of Stanford University PhD thesis.
  • Tracy Holloway King. Configuring Topic and Focus in Russian . 1995. CSLI Publications, Stanford. Revised version of Stanford University PhD thesis.

  • Stephen Wilson Coverbs and Complex Predicates in Wagiman 1999. CSLI Publications, Stanford. Revised version of BA Hons thesis, University of Sydney.



  • The following are HPSG theses:
  • Maria Flouraki (2005: University of Essex) Aspect in Modern Greek