Books, Special Journal Issues, and Edited Volumes
LaDousa, Chaise and Christina Davis, eds. 2021 (in press). “Language, Education, and Identity: Medium in South Asia.” New York: Routledge.
Davis, Christina P. and Erika Hoffmann-Dilloway. 2021. “Shadow Conversations.” Under Contract, Special issue of the Journal of Linguistic Anthropology.
Peer Reviewed Articles
(In Progress) Davis, Christina. “Memes, Emojis, and Text: The Semiotics of Differentiation in Sri Lankan Tamil Social Media Groups.” To be submitted to the special issue, “Shadow Conversations.” Journal of Linguistic Anthropology.
Davis, Christina P. 2018. “Muslims in Sri Lankan Language Politics: A Study of Tamil- and English-Medium Education.” Special Issue. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 253 (1): 125–147.
LaDousa, Chaise and Christina P. Davis. 2018. “Introduction: The Changing Relationships between Language and Schooling in India and Sri Lanka: Language Medium Matters.” Special Issue. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 253(1): 1–26.
Davis, Christina P., and Grant P. Upson. 2005. “Spectatorship, Fandom, and Nationalism in the South Asian Diaspora: the ’03 Cricket World Cup.” International Journal of the History of Sport, 21:3/4.
Book Chapters, Working Papers, and Reviews
Davis, Christina P. 2013. “Locating Voicing: Multilingualism, Ethnic Conflict, and the Configuration of Difference among Sri Lankan Muslims.” Tilburg Papers in Culture Studies. University of Tilburg. Paper # 62.
Davis, Christina P., and Grant P. Upson. 2005. “Spectatorship, Fandom, and Nationalism in the South Asian Diaspora: the ’03 Cricket World Cup.” In Sport in South Asian Society Past and Present, with an Introduction by Dipesh Chakrabarty. Boria Majumdar and J.A. Mangam, eds., pp. 295–313. London: Routledge.