Wasson, C., M. Medina, M. Chong, B. LeMay, E. Nalin and K. Saintonge. 2018. Designing for Diverse User Groups: Case Study of a Language Archive. Journal of Business Anthropology 7(2):235-267.

Aiken, Jo, Victoria Schlieder and Christina Wasson. 2017. Ethical Ambiguities in a Design Anthropology Class. In Ethics in the Anthropology of Business, ed. Robert J. Morais and Timothy de Waal Malefyt. Abingdon: Routledge, 119-138.  

Gluesing, Julia, Christina Wasson and Kenneth Riopelle. 2017. Environmental Governance in Multi-Stakeholder Contexts:  Integrating the Analysis of Decision-Making  in Meetings with the Analysis  of Network Interactions. In Networked Governance, ed. Betina Hollstein, Wenzel Matiaske, and Kai-Uwe Schnapp. Berlin: Springer, 211-245.  

Wasson, Christina, Gary Holton and Heather Roth. 2016. Bringing User-Centered Design to the Field of Language Archives. Language Documentation and Conservation 10:641-681

Wasson, Christina, Gary Holton, and Heather Roth. 2016. Findings from the Workshop on User-Centered Design of Language Archives: White Paper. 

Wasson, Christina. 2016. Design Anthropology. General Anthropology 23(2):1-11. 

Wasson, Christina. 2016. Integrating Conversation Analysis and Issue Framing to Illuminate Collaborative Decision-Making Activities. Discourse and Communication 10(4):378-411.  

Jordan, Brigitte and Christina Wasson. 2015. Autonomous Vehicle Study Builds Bridges between Industry and Academia. Proceedings of the 2015 Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference, 24-35. 

Wasson, Christina and Julia Gluesing. 2015. A Wicked Methodology for the Analysis of Wicked Problems: Integrating the Analysis of Meetings and Networks.  Proceedings of the 59th Meeting of the International Society for the Systems Sciences, 1-20.

Wasson, Christina and Heather Roth. 2015. Final Report: Phase One User Research for Data Warehousing/Analytics/ Dashboards Initiative. Prepared for the D.A.D. Core Team, University of North Texas.

Aiken, Jo, Victoria Schlieder and Christina Wasson. 2014. “No More Cakes and Ale?”: Discovering Ethical Gray Areas in a Design Anthropology Class. Journal of Business Anthropology Special Issue 1:38-61.

Squires, Susan, Christina Wasson and Ann Jordan. 2014. Training the Next Generation: Business Anthropology at the University of North Texas. In Handbook of Anthropology in Business, ed. Rita Denny and Patricia Sunderland. London: Routledge, 346-361. 

Wasson, Christina. 2014. Two Reflections on the Symbolic Position of Business Anthropology. Journal of Business Anthropology 3(1):11-14.

Wasson, Christina. 2013. “It was Like a Little Community”: An Ethnographic Study of Online Learning and its Implications for MOOCs. Proceedings of the Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference, 161-174. 

Wasson, Christina. 2013. Virtual Organizations. In A Companion to Organizational Anthropology, ed. D. Douglas Caulkins and Ann T. Jordan. Hoboken: Blackwell Publishing, 346-361. 

Wasson, Christina and Crysta Metcalf. 2013. Teaching Design Anthropology through University-Industry Partnerships. In Design Anthropology: Between Theory and Practice, ed. Wendy Gunn, Ton Otto and Rachel Charlotte Smith. London: Berg, 216-231. 

Wasson, Christina, Mary Odell Butler and Jacqueline Copeland-Carson, eds. 2012. Applying Anthropology in the Global Village. London: Routledge.

Copeland-Carson, Jacqueline, Mary Odell Butler and Christina Wasson. 2012. Global-Local Connections: The View from Applied Anthropology. In Applying Anthropology in the Global Village, ed. Christina Wasson, Mary Odell Butler and Jacqueline Copeland-Carson. London: Routledge, 7-20.

Wasson, Christina and Susan Squires. 2012. Localizing the Global in Technology Design. In Applying Anthropology in the Global Village, ed. Christina Wasson, Mary Odell Butler and Jacqueline Copeland-Carson. London: Routledge, 251-284. 

Wasson, Christina. 2009. Linguistic Anthropology. In The Handbook of Business Discourse, ed. Francesca Bargiela-Chiappini. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 194-212. 

Wasson, Christina. 2008. A “Dreamcatcher” Design for Partnerships. In Partnering for Organizational Performance: Collaboration and Culture in the Global Workplace, ed. Elizabeth K. Briody and Robert T. Trotter II. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 57-73. 

Wasson, Christina, Keri Brondo, Barbara LeMaster, Trudy Turner, Maia Cudhea, Kelly Moran, Inez Adams, Andrea McCoy, Megan Ko, Tomoko Matsumoto, and Maria Raviele. 2008. We’ve Come a Long Way, Maybe: Academic Climate Report of the Committee on the Status of Women in Anthropology. Prepared for the American Anthropological Association.

Hunsecker, Jennifer Gilroy, Jayne B. Hoffman, Elena O’Curry and Christina Wasson. 2007. How Visitors Experience the Edward James Olmos Americanos Exhibit: An Ethnographic Study. NAPA Bulletin 27:7-26. 

Re Cruz, Alicia, Christina Wasson and Tyson Gibbs, eds. 2007. Teaching Practice. Special Issue of Practicing Anthropology 29(1). 

Re Cruz, Alicia, Christina Wasson and Tyson Gibbs. 2007. The Whys and Hows of an Online Applied Anthropology Program: the University of North Texas Case. Practicing Anthropology 29(1):3-6. 

Wasson, Christina. 2007. Designing the First Online Master’s Program in Applied Anthropology. Practicing Anthropology 29(1):7-11. 

Wasson, Christina. 2006. Being in Two Spaces at Once: Virtual Meetings and Their Representation. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 16(1):103-130.  

Wasson, Christina. 2006. Histories and Futures at the Frontier: Some Final Thoughts. In Making History at the Frontier: Women Creating Careers as Practicing Anthropologists. NAPA Bulletin 26:223-226. 

Wasson, Christina. 2006. Making History at the Frontier. In Making History at the Frontier: Women Creating Careers as Practicing Anthropologists. NAPA Bulletin 26:1-19. 

Wasson, Christina. 2006. Making History at the Frontier: Women Creating Careers as Practicing Anthropologists. NAPA Bulletin 26. 

Wasson, Christina. 2005. Celebrating the Cutting Edge. Proceedings of the Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference, 140-145. 

Wasson, Christina. 2005. Report on COPAA Website. Report presented to the Consortium of Practicing and Applied Anthropology Programs (COPAA).

Wasson, Christina. 2004. An Anthropological Eye on Theories of Organizational Irony. In The Ironic Organization: Epistemological Claims and Supporting Field Stories, ed. Ulla Johansson and Jill Woodilla. Malmö: Liber AB, 51-63. 

Wasson, Christina. 2004. Multitasking in Virtual Meetings. Human Resource Planning 27(4):47-60. 

Wasson, Christina. 2004. The Paradoxical Language of Enterprise. Critical Discourse Studies 1(2):175-199. 

Wasson, Christina. 2003. The Janus-Faced Power of Language in Organizations. In Communication in Organizations: Structures and Practices, ed. Andreas P. Müller and Alfred Kieser. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 21-46. 

Wasson, Christina. 2002. Collaborative Work: Integrating the Roles of Ethnographers and Designers. In Creating Breakthrough Ideas: The Collaboration of Anthropologists and Designers in the Product Development Industry, ed. Susan Squires and Bryan Byrne. Westport: Bergin & Garvey, 71-90. 

Wasson, Christina. 2000. Caution and Consensus in American Business Meetings. Pragmatics 10(4):457-481.

Wasson, Christina. 2000. Ethnography in the Field of Design. Human Organization 59(4):377-388.