Refereed Journal Articles
Han, H. (2014). Access English and networks at an English-Medium multicultural church in East Canada: An Ethnography. Canadian Modern Language Review. 70(2), 220–245.
Han, H. (2014). “Westerners,” “Chinese”, and/or “us”: Exploring the intersection of language, race, religion and immigrantization. Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 45(1), 54–70.
Han, H. (2013). Access English and networks at an English-Medium multicultural church in East Canada: An Ethnography. Canadian Modern Language Review. DOI:10.3138/cmlr.1871
Han, H. (2013). Unintended minority language maintenance: The case of a Baptist Chinese church in West Canada. International Journal of the Sociology of Language. 222, 101–129
Han, H. (2013). Individual grassroots multilingualism in Africa Town in Guangzhou: The role of states in globalization from below. International Multilingual Research Journal, 7(1), 83–97.
Han, H. (2012). Becoming a “new immigrant” in Canada: How language matters, or not. Journal of Identity Language and Education, 11(2), 136–149.
Han, H. (2011). Inclusion through multilingual institutional policies and practices: A case study of a minority church. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 14(4), 383–398.
Han, H. (2011). “Love your China” and evangelize: Religion, nationalism and racism in immigrant settlement in Canada. Ethnography and Education, 6(1), 59–77.
Han, H. (2009). Institutionalized inclusion: A case study on support for immigrants in English learning. TESOL Quarterly, 43(4), 643–668.