Nicole Holliday
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Intonational variation, linguistic style and the Black/Biracial experience
NR Holliday
New York University, 2016
302016
Variation in Question Intonation in the Corpus of Regional African American Language
NR Holliday
American Speech: A Quarterly of Linguistic Usage 94 (1), 110-130, 2019
122019
Vowel categories and allophonic lowering among Bolivian Quechua–Spanish bilinguals
N Holliday, S Martin
Journal of the International Phonetic Association 48 (2), 199-222, 2018
102018
Rising Above the Standard: Variation in L+ H* contour use across 5 varieties of American English
RS Burdin, N Holliday, P Reed
Speech Prosody 2018: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on …, 2018
102018
Identity Performance among Black/Biracial Men through Intonation: Examining Pitch Accents and Peak Delay
NR Holliday
University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 22 (2), 9, 2016
102016
Linguistics and race: An interdisciplinary approach towards an LSA statement on race
AHC Hudley, C Mallinson, M Bucholtz, N Flores, N Holliday, E Chun, ...
Proceedings of the Linguistic Society of America 3 (1), 8-1-14, 2018
92018
Influence of suprasegmental features on perceived ethnicity of American politicians.
N Holliday, Z Jaggers
ICPhS, 2015
92015
Variation, race, and multiracial identity in linguistic research
NR Holliday
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 10 (1), e1480, 2019
72019
Prosody and political style: The case of Barack Obama and the L+ H* Pitch accent
N Holliday, J Bishop, G Kuo
Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Speech Prosody, 670-674, 2020
42020
“My Presiden (t) and Firs (t) Lady Were Black”: Style, Context, and Coronal Stop Deletion in the Speech of Barack and Michelle Obama
N Holliday
American Speech: A Quarterly of Linguistic Usage 92 (4), 459-486, 2017
42017
Intonational variation and incrementality in listener judgments of ethnicity
N Holliday, D Villarreal
Laboratory Phonology: Journal of the Association for Laboratory Phonology 11 (1), 2020
32020
Multiracial identity and racial complexity in sociolinguistic variation
NR Holliday
Language and Linguistics Compass 13 (8), e12345, 2019
32019
Acoustic properties of the vowel systems of Bolivian Quechua/Spanish bilinguals
N Holliday
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 136 (4), 2173-2173, 2014
22014
Bermudian English: An acoustic analysis of vowel properties with implications for sociophonetic variation
N Holliday
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 140 (4), 3219-3219, 2016
12016
Why Speak Quechua?: A Study of Language Attitudes among Native Quechua Speakers in Lima, Peru
N Holliday
The Ohio State University, 2010
12010
Sociolinguistic labor, linguistic climate, and race (ism) on campus: Black college students’ experiences with language at predominantly white institutions
NR Holliday, L Squires
Journal of Sociolinguistics, 2020
2020
Prosody and Sociolinguistic Variation in American Englishes
N Holliday
Annual Review of Linguistics 7, 2020
2020
H. Samy Alim , John R. Rickford , & Arnetha F. Ball (eds.), Raciolinguistics: How language shapes our ideas about race. New York: Oxford, 2016. Pp. 376. Hb. $34 …
N Holliday
Language in Society 47 (1), 141-143, 2018
2018
“THAT ISN’T RIGHT”: POST-RACIAL FANTASIES IN FILM REPRESENTATIONS OF BLACK MALE PRESIDENTS
L BROOKS, C FOUGHT, N HOLLIDAY
2016
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About African American Language (But Didn't Know to Ask)
N Holliday
American speech 91 (1), 100-106, 2016
2016
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