Romanticism and the Poetics of Orientation (forthcoming)


Body Facts (Diode Editions, 2021)


The 'Yellow' Nineteenth Century (in progress) 


“Orientalism Restated in the Era of COVID-19.” Asian American Literature: Discourses & Pedagogies, Volume 11, 2021


““One deep heart wrung!”: Felicia Hemans’s Affective Poetics in “The Indian City” and “Woman on the Field of Battle” Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies, Spring 2022, Volume 18, Issue 1.

“Empowerment Against Anti-Asian Racism: On Being an Asian American Scholar in the Age of COVID-19.” Scholars in COVID Times, Publicly Engaged Scholars: Identities, Purposes, Practices, Eds. Scott Peters, Anna Sims Bartel,

and Debra Castillo, Cornell UP

“Christian Conversion Through Racial Exclusion: The Oriental; or, Tung-Ngai San-Luk, the Second Chinese-Language Newspaper in the U.S.” American Periodicals 31.2

Byron's Cosmopolitan 'East.'" Essays in Romanticism 27.1 (2020).

"Romanticism, Orientalism, Orientation.” Keats-Shelley Journal: “200 Years, 50 Voices” Special Issue. Volume LXVIII (2019)

“Reflections: A Series of Digital Research Discoveries.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 33.1 (Fall 2020)         


“Disorienting ‘Shapes’ in Shelley’s The Revolt of Islam.” Keats-Shelley Review: Special Issue on The Revolt of Islam: Texts, Subtexts, Contexts 32.2 (September 2018).


“Cross-Genre Modes in Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children and Thomas Moore’s Lalla Rookh.” The Journal of Global Postcolonial Studies 5.2 (2017): 51-64.



"Plunder." Pleiades: Literature in Context, Summer 2020.

"Hana," "Appa."The Hellebore, Fall 2018.


“The Department of Otolaryngology.” Burningword Literary Journal, April 2016.


“Note from St. Bernard de Clairvaux, Miami.” Soul-Lit: A Journal of Spiritual Poetry, Summer 2015.


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