Conferences

WORKSHOPS ORGANIZED

2019 Human Traffic: Women, Pirates, and Ambassadors in the Early Modern Global World, University of Georgia, April. (co-organized with Paola De Santo)

CONFERENCE PANELS ORGANIZED

2020 “Texts, Mobility, and the Maritime World in the Early Modern Period,” AAS.

2019 “Narratives, Migration, and Identities in China and Southeast Asia,” AAS-in-Asia, Bangkok, Thailand, 1-4, July.

2019 “Historical Genres of Chinese Nanyang (1550-1980),” MLA conference, Chicago,  January.

2019 “New Approaches to Journey to the West” roundtable, MLA conference, Chicago,  January. 

 2018 “Narrating Pirates: Identity, History, and Fiction in Early Modern China and Southeast Asia,” AAS Annual Meeting, Washington DC, March.

2018 “Outlaws, Pirates, and Bandits in Late Imperial Chinese Fiction and History (1570-1670),” MLA conference, New York, January. 

CONFERENCE PAPERS

2019 “Learning the Barbarian Tongue: Japanese-Chinese Dictionaries and Waka Poetry in Late Ming China,” for the panel “A Comparative History of East Asian Literatures,” ICLA, Macau, July-August.

2019 “Disenchanted Pirates: Sequel and Siam,” AAS-in-Asia, Bangkok, Thailand, July.

 2019  “Narratives of Pirates in Late Ming Unofficial Histories and Vernacular Fiction,” AAS, Denver, March.

2019 “Suppressed Laughter in Journey to the West,” MLA, Chicago, January. 

2019 “Java in Discord: Unofficial History, Vernacular Fiction, and the Discourse of  Imperial Identity in Late Ming China (1574-1620),” MLA, Chicago, January.

 2018 “Turning Pirates: Commerce, Race, and Fiction in Late Ming China,” “Scaling the Ming” Conference, University of British Columbia, May.

2018 “Java in Discord: Unofficial History, Vernacular Fiction, and the Discourse of Imperial Identity in Late Ming China (1574-1620),” AAS Annual Meeting, Washington DC, March.