College of Humanities & Social Sciences
I specialize in the social and cultural history of modern China, with particular emphasis on the subfields of urban history, theater performance, and gender studies.
“Writing on Actresses and the Modern Transformation of Opera Fandom in 1910s Beijing,” forthcoming, Modern China, 2018.
Translator (with others) from English to Chinese, Ritual, Standardization, and Chinese Culture: Revisiting James Waston’s Theory. Published as Wenhua, Biaozhunhua yu Zhongguo Wenhua (Guilin: Guangxi Normal University Press, 2017)
“Transgressive Female Roles and the Embodiment of Actresses in 1910s Beijing” Twentieth Century China 41:1, January 2016
Translator (with others) from English to Chinese, Commerce in Culture: The Sibao Book Trade in the Qing and Republican Periods by Cynthia J. Brokaw (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2007). Published as Wenhau Maoyi: Qingdai zhi Minguo Shiqi Sibao de Shuji Maoyi (Beijing: Beijing University Press, 2015).