Romanticism and the Poetics of Orientation (Edinburgh UP 2023)


Body Facts (Diode Editions, 2021)


The 'Yellow' Nineteenth Century (in progress) 


"Orientalism and British Women Writers.” The Routledge Research Companion for Romantic Women Writers (forthcoming)

“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 2023

“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.

“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.



"An 'Oriental' Jane Doe, "Assimilated or," and "Occupied." Singapore Unbound, 2022.

"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.