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Lee, N.H. Revised. Variability or its loss in creole endangerment: the case of Baba Malay. Asia-Pacific Language Variation.
Lee, N.H. In press. The early Baba Malay continuum. Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages
Lee, N. H. 2022. 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. 287-299.
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. 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.
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 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.