Education, Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Teaching English as a Second Language, M.Ed., University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Comparative Education, MA, University of Minnesota
Anthropology, French, BA, Grinnell College
Additional Campus Affiliations
Associate Professor, Education Policy, Organization and Leadership
Associate Professor, Women & Gender in Global Perspectives
Associate Professor, Center for Global Studies
Dávila, L. T., & Doukmak, N. (2022). Immigration Debated: Central African Immigrant Youth’s Discourses of Fairness and Civic Belonging in the United States. Equity and Excellence in Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/10665684.2021.1997364
Dávila, L. T., & Doukmak, N. (2021). Immigration debated: Central African immigrant youths’ discourses of fairness and civic belonging in the United States. Equity and Excellence in Education.
Dávila, L. T., & Susberry, V. (2021). Multimodal and multilingual co-authoring in high school social studies ESL classrooms. In D. Shin, T. Cimasko, & Y. Yi (Eds.), Multimodal Composing in K-16 ESL and EFL Education: Multilingual Perspectives (pp. 55-71). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16-0530-7_4
Dávila, L. T. (2021). Newcomer refugee and immigrant youth negotiate transnational civic learning and participation in school. British Educational Research Journal, 47(4), 855-871. https://doi.org/10.1002/berj.3702
Dávila, L. T. (2021). Om språk, resiliens och inkludering av nyanlända ungdomar i USA. In N. Bunar (Ed.), Inkludering och skolframgång för nyanlända elever Natur och Kultur.