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Publications

BOOKS

Writing Poetry, Surviving War: The Works of Refugee Scholar-Official Chen Yuyi (10901139) 萬里江湖憔悴身: 陳與義南奔避亂詩研究. Amherst, New York: Cambria Press, 2020.

Ten Thousand Scrolls: Reading and Writing in the Poetics of Huang Tingjian and the Late Northern Song. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Asia Center, 2011. Chinese translation published as Wan juan: Huang Tingjian he Beisong wanqi shixue zhong de yuedu yu xiezuo 萬卷: 黃庭堅和北宋晚期詩學中的閱讀與寫作. Beijing: Sanlian shudian, 2015.

SELECTED ARTICLES

“The Xikun Experiment: Imitation and the Making of the New Poetic Style of the Early Northern Song,” The Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture, vol. 5, no. 1 (2018): 95118.

“Passing Handan without Dreaming: Passion and Restraint in the Poetry and Poetics of Qian Zhongshu,” in China’s Literary Cosmopolitans: Qian Zhongshu, Yang Jiang, and the World of Letters, edited by Christopher Rea, Leiden: Brill, 2015, pp. 4164.

Wenxin diaolong Wuse pian yu Zhongguo gudian shige jingwu miaoxie cong xiangyu dao xieshi zhi fanshi zhuanxing” (The “Colors of Things” chapter of the Wenxin diaolong and the transformation of classical poetry in Middle Period China), Zhongguo bijiao wenxue (Comparative Literature in China), vol. 95, no. 2 (2014): 1639.

“The Limits of Poetry as Means of Social Criticism: The 1079 Literary Inquisition against Su Shi Revisited,” Journal of Song-Yuan Studies, vol. 41 (2011): 2965.

Shige: The Popular Poetics of Regulated Verse,” Tang Studies, vol. 22 (2004): 81125.

Bixing yu Zhongguo shixue yiyi de dongtai shengcheng” (The affective image and poetic signification in classical Chinese poetry), Beijing daxue xuebao (Academic Journal of Peking University), 1996 (6): 8792.

“Quanshi xunhuan duiyu Zhongxi bijiao shixue de yiyi” (Significance of the hermeneutic circle for Chinese-Western comparative poetics), Wenyi yanjiu (Studies in Literature and the Arts), 1996 (2): 3844.

“Zhongguo yujing zhong de quanshi xunhuan” (The hermeneutic circle in the Chinese context), Wenyi lilun yanjiu (Studies in Theories of Literature and the Arts), 1994 (1): 3238.