Fleming, K. and Ansaldo, U. (in preparation, expected 2019). Rethinking language revival and linguistic nationalism. London: Routledge.

Journal articles
(2017). Hong Kong’s language ecology and the racialized linguistic order. Language Ecology 1(1).

Book chapters

(in press). Transformative multilingualism?: Class, race and linguistic repertoires in Hong Kong. In Jaspers, J. and Madsen, L.M. (eds.), Languagised lives: Fixity and fluidity in sociolinguistic theory and practice. Routledge.

(in press). Language, scale, and ideologies of the national in Kazakhstan. In Dovchin, S. and Barrett, T. (eds.), Critical inquiries in the studies of sociolinguistics of globalization. Multilingual Matters.

(in press). Who is “diverse”?: (In)tolerance, education, and race in Hong Kong. In J. Gube and F. Gao (Eds.), Education, ethnicity and equity in the multilingual Asian context. Springer.

Fleming, K. (2015). Constructing categories in a multilingual Hong Kong school. In M. O’Sullivan, D. Huddart, & C. Lee (Eds.), The future of English in Asia: Perspectives on language and literature (pp. 75–92). London: Routledge.

(2015). Ideology, identity, and linguistic repertoires among South Asian students in Hong Kong. University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.