Anastasia has engaged in multi-sited, multi-method and comparative ethnographic research in the United States, Denmark, Germany, Greece and Cyprus and has widely published those findings on issues of migration and return migration; the second generation and ethnicity; space and place; transnationalism and identity; culture and memory; gender and feminism; home and belonging; emotion and narrativity; ageing, youth, health mobilities, care and trauma. Within the scope of gender studies, ethnic, migration and cultural studies, her research interests are situated across the areas of critical migration and diaspora studies, the cultural politics of emotions, space, place, identities, and memory, ageing, the governmentality of multiculturalism and the nation, critical race studies and new social movements. In her research agenda she seeks to interrogate constructions and limitations to cultural citizenship and belonging with the rise of contemporary exclusions in understanding how both states and social subjects shape social relations.
Pasura, Dominic and Christou, Anastasia (2017) Theorizing black (African) transnational masculinities. Men and Masculinities . ISSN 1097-184X (Published online first)
Christou, Anastasia (2018) The "Wretched of Europe": Greece and the cultural politics of inequality. Humanity and Society, 42 (1). pp. 102-127. ISSN 0160-5976
Michail, Domna and Christou, Anastasia (2016) East European migrant women in Greece: intergenerational cultural knowledge transfer and adaptation in a context of crisis. Südosteuropa: Journal of Politics and Society, 64 (1). pp. 58-78. ISSN 0722-480X
Michail, Domna and Christou, Anastasia (2016) Diasporic youth identities of uncertainty and hope: second generation Albanian experiences of transnational mobility in an era of economic crisis in Greece. Journal of Youth Studies, 19 (7). pp. 957-972. ISSN 1367-6261 (Published online first)
Christou, Anastasia and Giorgio, Adalgisa and Rye, Gill (2015) Mothering and migration: interdisciplinary dialogues, European perspectives and international contexts: introduction. Women's Studies International Forum, 52 . pp. 49-52. ISSN 0277-5395