“Circulation and Flow: Immanent Metaphors in the Financial Debates of Northern Song China (960-1127 CE),” History of Science 56:2 (2018), 168-195.
“Notebooks (biji) and Shifting Boundaries of Knowledge in Eleventh-Century China,” The Medieval Globe 3:1 (2017), 129-168.
“Nature’s Capital: The City as Garden in The Splendid Scenery of the Capital (Ducheng jisheng, 1235),” in Senses of the City: Perceptions of Hangzhou and the Southern Song, 1127-1179, ed. Joseph Lam, Shuen-fu Lin, Christian de Pee, and Martin Powers (Hong Kong: Chinese University of Hong Kong Press, 2017), 179-204.
- Center for Chinese Studies
- Center for Japanese Studies
- Department of History
Field(s) of Study
- 8th-14th centuries China (Tang, Song, and Yuan dynasties), text and writing, cities and urban space, representations of imperial power, ritual, archaelogy