Wild Grass/Morning Blossoms Gathered at Dusk by Lu Xun (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press), 2022.
Invited roundtable speaker for BBC Forum Podcast on “Lu Xun: Writing the Story of New China.” (February 14, 2019)
Jottings Under Lamplight by Lu Xun, co-edited with Kirk Denton (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press), 2017.
“The Afterlife of Texts.” An essay on Lu Xun in A New Literary History of Modern China. Edited by David Der-wei Wang. (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press), 2017, 432-436.
“Performing the Revolutionary: Lu Xun and the Meiji Discourse on Masculinity.” Modern Chinese Literature and Culture (Spring 2015), 1-43.
“‘In Search of New Voices from Alien Lands’: Lu Xun, Cultural Exchange, and the Myth of Sino-Japanese Friendship.” Journal of Asian Studies, (August 2014), 589-618.
Literary Remains: Death, Trauma, and Lu Xun's Refusal to Mourn. University of Hawaii Press, 2013.
"Records of a Minor Historian: Lu Xun on Zhang Taiyan.” Special issue on Lu Xun and Zhang Taiyan in Frontiers of Literary Studies in China 7:3 (September 2013).
“The Madman’s Cry and Nora’s Gesture: The Double Tragedy of New Literature.” Chinese Literature: Conversations between Tradition and Modernity (Qian Nanxiu and Zhang Hongsheng, eds., Shanghai: Guji chubanshe, 2007).
“Virtue in Silence: Voice and Femininity in Ling Shuhua’s Boudoir Fiction,” Nannü: Men, women and gender in China (October 2007).
“Recycling the Scholar-Beauty Narrative: Lu Xun on Love in an Age of Mechanical Reproductions,” Modern Chinese Literature and Culture 18:2 (Fall 2006).