Writing the Piracy War: Unofficial History, Vernacular Fiction, and the Problem of Imperial Identity in Late Ming China (1550-1644) (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2020)
PEER-REVIEW JOURNAL ARTICLES
“The Emaciated Soul: Women’s Self-Inscription Poetry in Ming and Qing,” NAN NÜ, in revision.
“Java in Discord: Unofficial History, Vernacular Fiction, and the Discourse of Imperial Identity in Late Ming China (1570-1620),” positions: asia critique, Volume 27, Issue 4 (2019).
BOOK CHAPTERS IN EDTED VOLUMES
“Chinese-Japanese Dictionaries and Waka Poetry in Late Ming China,” Haun Saussy ed., A Comparative History of East Asian Literatures, published by International Comparative Literature Association.
“Chinese Literature and the World: Tang, Song, and Yuan dynasties,” Teaching Volume on the Global Middle Ages, edited by Geraldine Heng, published by MLA, forthcoming.
“Blank Scriptures of Xiyou ji: Interpretive Flexibility and Religious Stability in Post-1949 Adaptations of Journey to the West,” co-authored with Nathan Faries, The Assimilation of Yogic Religions through Pop Culture, ed. Paul Hackett, Lexington Books, 2017. pp.33-63.
“Magical Weapons and Adorable Exotica: Imperial Fetishism in a Sixteenth-Century Chinese Novel,” Sino-Platonic Papers, no. 193, 2009. pp.98-121.
Zhu Shoutong, New Literature in Chinese: China and the World. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016. Journal of Chinese Humanities. Volume 4 (2018): Issue 2, 225-231.
Mark Meulenbeld, Demonic Warfare: Daoism, Territorial Networks, and the History of a Ming Novel. University of Hawaii Press, 2015. Journal of American Oriental Society. 2016:1.