Works in Progress
Book manuscript, Flesh and Stone: An Imaginary Museum for Chinese Female Revolutionary Martyrs (under contract with the University of Michigan Press)
“Labor and Leisure: Chess and Card Playing in Chinese Socialist Literature”
“Contested Memories: An Imaginary Museum for a Chinese Female Revolutionary Martyr, Liu Hulan.” (Forthcoming, Modern China)
“Writing Against Peripheralization: Glorifying Labor in Chinese Socialist Literature.” Modern Fiction Studies, 68.1 (2022), pp. 173-194.
“Meat, Ghost, Tumor and Goddess: The Afterlife of a Female Martyr.” Chinese Oral and Performing Literature, 40.1 (2021), pp. 1-15.
“Traveling Theory: Maoism and the Cultural Revolution in Western Interpretations.” CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture, Vol. 20 (2018), Issue 3.
“Langxian’s Dilemma over the Cult of Martyrdom and Filial Piety: A World of Emptiness in ‘The Siege of Yangzhou.’” Ming Studies, Issue 72, 2015, pp. 46-68.
“The Construction of the Image/Myth of a Martyr in the Cultural Revolution: An Interpretation/Demythicization of The Song of Ouyang Hai.” Comparative Literature Studies, Volume 52, Number 1, 2015, pp. 145-159.
With Jiangang Yang. “Marxism and Form: An Interview with Professor Fredric Jameson.” Wenyi lilun yanjiu 文艺理论研究 [Theoretical Studies in Literature and Art], 2 (2012): 77-81.
“Kanjian jingguan huo kanjian fengjing.” 看见景观，或看见风景 [Seeing the Spectacle or Seeing the Scenery: A Review of Guy Debord’s Society of the Spectacle]. Wen jing 文景 [Culture Review], 11 (2006): 10-12.
Chuangyi zhongguo 创意中国 [Creativity in China]. Beijing: China Intercontinental Press, 2007.
Creativity in China, translated by Song Peiming. Beijing: China Intercontinental Press, 2007. (English translation of Chuangyi zhongguo)
Translations (English to Chinese)
Stephen Durrant. “Translating Zuozhuan into English: Looking Back on a Ten-Year Project.” Longxian Li, Fengyuan Chen, Di ba jie zhongguo jingxue guoji xueshu yantaohui lunwen xuanji 第八届中国经学国际学术研讨会论文选集 [Selected Works from the 8th International Conference on Chinese Classics]. Taipei: Wanjuan lou, 2015, pp. 415-429.
Carl Friedrich von Rumohr. “On Giotto.” In Yishu lilun jiben wenxian 艺术理论基本文献 [Documents of Western Classical Art Theories], edited by Xian Zhou and Manting Yin, Beijing: Sanlian shudian, 2014, pp. 177-191.
Slavoj Zizek. “The Family Myth of Ideology.” In Shehui pipan lilun jishi 社会批判理论纪事 [Register of Critical Theory of Society], Volume 3, edited by Yibing Zhang, Nanjing: Jiangsu renmin chubanshe, 2009, pp. 55-74.