Harvard Asia Center and Harvard University Press, 2018
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
“Male Tears in Song China (960–1279),” Journal of Chinese Studies 73 (2021), 33–79.
“Zhang Zai’s (1020–1077) Critique of the Senses,” Journal of Chinese History 3 (2019): 83–111.
“‘Ru’ versus ‘Li’: The Divergence between the Generalist and the Specialist in the Northern Song (960−1127),” Journal of Song-Yuan Studies 44 (2014): 83–137.
“Beisong shu lun” 北宋數論 (Discourse on Number in the Northern Song), Tang Yanjiu 唐研究 (The Tang Studies) 18 (2012): 475–507.
“The Production of Written Knowledge under the Rubric of Jiyi,” East Asian Science, Technology, and Society 4 (2010): 255–273.
Edited Volume Contributions
“Keeping Your Ear to the Cosmos: Coherence as the Standard of Good Music in the Northern Song (960−1127) Music Reforms,” Powerful Arguments: Standards of Validity in Late Imperial China, edited by Ari D. Levine, Joachim Kurtz, and Martin Hofmann (Leiden: Brill Academic Publishing, 2020), 277–309.
“Whence Came Sad Tears?,” article with new media elements, in Fluid Matter(s): Flow and Transformation in the History of the Body, edited by Natalie Köhle and Shigehisa Kuriyama. Asian Studies Monograph Series 14 (Canberra: Australian National University Press, 2020).
"The Peach Blossom Fan with a Modern Twist," as part of the group project "Outside the Box: Teaching East Asian History with Digital Media, Technological Artifacts, and Performative Activities," Education about Asia 24.3 (2019): 49.
Philip J. Ivanhoe, Three Streams: Confucian Reflections on Learning and the Moral Heart-Mind in China, Korea, and Japan (New York: Oxford University Press, 2016). China and Asia: A Journal in Historical Studies 1(2019): 265–270.