Co-edited with Judith Zeitlin, Performing Images: Opera in Chinese Visual Culture, forthcoming 2014.
Mingqing foxiang [Buddhist Sculptures of the Ming and Qing Dynasties]. Taibei: Yishu tushu gongsi, 1997.
“Narrating Morality on Textiles,” in Performing Images: Opera in Chinese Visual Culture, forthcoming, 2014. (forthcoming)
“Sensory Devotions: Hair Embroidery and Gendered Corporeal Practice in Chinese Buddhism,” in Sally M. Promey ed. Sensational Religion. Yale University Press, 2014. (forthcoming)
“Rethinking Empress Dowager Cixi through the Production of Art” co-authored with Harriet T. Zurndorfer Nannü: Men, Women, and Gender in China, Vol.14 (2012), issue 1, 1-20.
“Oneself as a Female Deity: Representations of Cixi Posing as Guanyin,” Nannü: Men, Women, and Gender in China, Vol.14 (2012), issue 1, 75-118.
“Communicating with Guanyin through Hair: Hair Embroidery in Late Imperial China,” special issue on Chinese embroidery by the Journal of East Asian Science, Technology and Medicine, co-edited by Dorothy Ko and Francesca Bray, 36 (2012):139-174.
Nannü: Men, Women, and Gender in China: Special Issue on Rethinking Empress Dowager Cixi through the Production of Art. Co-editor with Harriet Zurndorfer. Vol.14, issue 1, 2012.
Cai Jiudi [Judith Zeitlin], “Chongshen yu fenshen: mingmo xiqu zhong de ‘hundan’”[Doubling and Splitting the Phantom Heroine in Early Seventeenth-Century Drama], in Hua Wei ed., Tang Xianzu and Mudanting, Taibei: Zhongyang yanjiu yuan zhongguo wenzhe yanjiusuo, 2005, 511-536.
Works in Progress:
Gendered Materialization: An Investigation of Women’s Artistic and Literary Reproductions of Guanyin in Late Imperial China.
“Fragrant Orchid as Feminine Body: An Analysis of Ma Shouzhen’s Orchid Painting and the Emergence of Courtesan Painters in Early Modern China.”
“Remediated Antiquarianism: A Case Study of Qianlong’s Copy of Li Di’s “Two Chicks.”
AH 307: Early Chinese Art: From Antiquity to Tenth Century
AH 308: Later Chinese Art: From Tenth Century to Contemporary
AH 411: Topics in Asian Art: Opera in Chinese Visual Culture
AH 576: Proseminar in Chinese Art: Gendered Material Practice and the Cult of Guanyin
AH 576: Proseminar in Chinese Art: Issues of Gender in Chinese Art