Becoming Guanyin: Artistic Devotion of Buddhist Women in Late Imperial China, under contract with Columbia University Press, forthcoming, July 2019.
Co-edited with Judith Zeitlin, Performing Images: Opera in Chinese Visual Culture. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2014.
Mingqing foxiang [Buddhist Sculptures of the Ming and Qing Dynasties]. Taibei: Yishu tushu gongsi, 1997.
“Mofang Guanyin faze: mingdai nüxing wangsheng de wuzhi meijie” 摹仿觀音髮簪: 明代女性往生的物質媒介(Mimicking Guanyin’s Hairpin: the Material Mediums for Women’s Transcendence) in Gao Yanyi (Dorothy Ko), Lai Yu-chi and Ruan Yuan (Aida Yue Wong) eds., Kanjian xingbie 看見性別(Seeing Gender). Taipei: Shitou chubanshe, forthcoming 2019.
“Producing Empress Dowager Cixi as Guanyin for Missionaries’ Eyes.” Orientations, Vol. 46, Number 6 (November/December 2018): 62-73.
“Narrating Morality on Textiles,” in Judith Zeitlin and Yuhang Li eds., Performing Images: Opera in Chinese Visual Culture. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2014. pp.74-87.
“Sensory Devotions: Hair Embroidery and Gendered Corporeal Practice in Chinese Buddhism,” in Sally M. Promey ed., Sensational Religion: Sensory Cultures inMaterial Practice. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2014. pp.355-375.
“Rethinking Empress Dowager Cixi through the Production of Art.” Co-authored with Harriet T. Zurndorfer, Nannü: Men, Women, and Gender in China, Vol.14, issue 1 (2012): 1-20.
“Oneself as a Female Deity: Representations of Cixi Posing as Guanyin.” Nannü: Men, Women, and Gender in China, Vol.14, issue 1 (2012): 75-118.
“Communicating with Guanyin through Hair: Hair Embroidery in Late Imperial China.” Journal of East Asian Science, Technology and Medicine, 36 (2012):131-166.
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:
“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.”
AH203 Survey of Asian Art
AH 307 Early Chinese Art: from Antiquity to 10thCentury
AH308 Later Chinese Art: from 10thCentury to Contemporary
AH411 Topics in Chinese Art: Modern and Contemporary Chinese Art
AH411 Topics in Chinese Art: Beijing: Staging Royalty in Late Imperial China
AH411 Topics in Chinese Art: Opera and Chinese Visual Culture
AH 576/876 Proseminar: Issues of Gender in Chinese Art
AH 576/876 Proseminar: Gender and Material Practice in the Cult of Guanyin
AH 576/876 Proseminar: Needle, Thread, Silk and Tapestry