2018: “Variation, race, and multiracial identity in linguistic research. WIREs Cognitive Science 2018,” doi: 10.1002/wcs.1480
2018: Burdin, R., Holliday, N. & Reed, R. “Rising above the standard: Variation in L+H* contour use across 5 varieties of American English,” Proceedings of Speech Prosody 9, 2018. Poznan, Poland.
2018: “My Presiden(t) are Firs(t) Lady Were Black”: Style, Context, and Coronal Stop Deletion in the Speeches of Barack and Michelle Obama,” American Speech 92:4, November 2017.
2017: Holliday, Nicole and Sean Martin. “Vowel Systems and Allophonic Lowering Among Bolivian Quechua/Spanish Bilinguals,” Journal of the International Phonetic Association 48 (2), pp.199-222.
2016: “Bermudian English: An acoustic analysis of vowel properties with implications for sociophonetic variation,” The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 140(4).
2016: “Intonational Variation, Linguistic Style, and the Black/Biracial Experience,” Ph.D. Dissertation, New York University.
2016: “Identity Performance among Black/Biracial Men through Intonation: Examining Pitch Accents and Peak Delay,” University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 22.2: Selected Papers from NWAV 44.
2015: Holliday, Nicole R., and Zachary S. Jaggers. “Influence of Suprasegmental Features on Perceived Ethnicity of American Politicians,” Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, Scotland.