If you would like a preprint of any finalised articles, do write to me. I'd be happy to send them your way.
Lee, N.H. In prep. The early Baba Malay continuum.
Lee, N.H. Submitted. Kasar–halus: Registers of coarseness and refinedness in Baba Malay.
Lee, N.H. Submitted. Community based revitalization: A case study of the Peranakans. Language Documentation & Conservation. (Working with Communities: Toward reclamation of linguistic and cultural heritage).
Chacon, Thiago C., N.H. Lee, and W.D.L. Silva (eds.) In press. Language Change and Linguistic Diversity: Studies in Honour of Lyle Campbell. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Lee, N. H. In press. Managing data for writing a grammar. In Andrea L. Berez-Kroeker, Bradley McDonnell, & Eve Koller (eds.) The Open Handbook of Linguistic Data Management. MIT Press: Open Handbooks in Linguistics series.
Lee, N.H. In press. Speech style variation in an endangered language. Linguistic Vanguard.
Lee, N.H. In press. A grammar of modern Baba Malay. Mouton de Gruyter.
Lee, N. H. 2021. Pidgin and creole languages of South and Southeast Asia. In Umberto Ansaldo and Meriam Meyerhoff (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Pidgin and Creole Languages. London/New York: Routledge. 74-87.
Lee, N.H. 2020. Style variation in the second formant: What does it mean to be "refined" in Baba Malay. Linguistic Ecology. 4(1): 115-130.
Lee, N. H. 2019. Peranakans in Singapore: Responses to language endangerment and documentation. In Mário Pinharanda-Nunes & Hugo C. Cardoso (eds.), Documentation and Maintenance of Contact Languages from South Asia to East Asia. Language Documentation & Conservation 19: 123- 140.
Varela, M. E. and N. H. Lee. 2018. Language documentation: a reference point for theatre and performance archives? International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media. DOI: 10.1080/14794713.2018.1453242
Lee, N. H. and J. Van Way. 2018. Assessing degrees of language endangerment. In K. Rehg and L. Campbell (eds.) Oxford Handbook of Endangered Languages. Oxford University Press. 48-65.
Camp, A, L. Campbell, V. Chen, N. H. Lee, M. Magnuson, C. Mann, and S. Rarrick. 2018. Writing grammars of endangered languages. In K. Rehg and L. Campbell (eds.) Oxford Handbook of Endangered Languages. Oxford University Press. 271-304.
Lee, N. H. and J. Van Way. 2018. The language endangerment index. In L. Campbell, J. Van Way and A. Belew (eds.) Cataloguing the World's Endangered Languages. Routledge. 66-78
Nomoto, Hiroki and Nala Huiying Lee. 2012. Realis, factuality and derived-level statives: Perspectives from the analysis of Singlish got. In C. Nishida and C. Russi (eds.) Building a bridge between linguistic communities of the Old and the New World: Current research in tense, aspect, mood and modality. Cahier Chronos 25. 219-239. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
Lee, N.H. 2011. Brain and Language. In Jacob Terrell (ed) An Introduction to the Study of Language. Class Reader. Honolulu: Linguistics Society of Hawaii. 128-138.
Lee, N.H. 2010. What are Singaporean babies actually listening to? Prosodic aspects of multilingual motherese in Singapore. In M. Cruz-Ferreira (ed) Multilingual Norming. Peter Lang. 141-172.
Lee, N.H. 2006. A survey of the current research on language norming in Singapore: A report on the 2nd Singapore Child Language Special Interest Group Meeting. In Singapore Association of Applied Linguistics Quarterly 76: 8-11.
Lee, N.H. 2009. Master of Arts (Research) Thesis: One substrate, two lexifiers and the lexifier effect. Advisor: Associate Professor Bao Zhiming. National University of Singapore.
Lee, N.H. 2006. Bachelor of Arts with Honors (English Language) Thesis: Prosody and prosodic strategies of multilingual motherese in Singapore. Advisor: Dr. Madalena Cruz- Ferreira. National University of Singapore.