Review of Beijing's Games: What the Olympics Mean to China by Susan Brownell, The Journal of Asian Studies (2009)
“How Could Anyone Respect Us?” A Century of Olympic Consciousness and National Anxiety in China, Brown Journal of World Affairs (2008)
Much of the history of China’s modern sports and physical culture program (tiyu) has been...
Review of Thomas W. Zeiler, Ambassadors in Pinstripes: The Spalding World Baseball Tour and the Birth of the American Empire, The American Historical Review (2007)
Taiwan: Baseball, Colonialism and Nationalism, Baseball Without Borders: The International Pastime (2006)
Review of Japan, Korea, and the 2002 World Cup by John Horne, Journal of Asian Studies (2003)
Contributions to Books
1970s-1980s "Chinese" Little League Baseball and its Discontents, Popular Culture in Taiwan: Charismatic Modernity (2010)
Baseball, History, the Local and the Global in Taiwan, The Minor Arts of Daily Life: Popular Culture in Taiwan (2004)
Taiwan's History: An Introduction, The Minor Arts of Daily Life: Popular Culture in Taiwan (2004)
"I Believe You Can Fly": Basketball Culture in Postsocialist China, Popular China: Unofficial Culture in a Globalizing Society (2002)
The Olympic Decathlete Who Became a Shaman: C.K. Yang and the Masculine Body in Modern Taiwan, Presented at the 2003 Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast Annual Meeting: Honolulu, HI (2003)
'All China Has Muscles Now, And We Know How To Use Them': Nationalist and Communist Sporting Cultures During Wartime, 1937-45, Presented at the 2002 Association For Asian Studies Meeting: Washington, D.C. (2002)
Theses & Dissertations
Cultivating the National Body: A History of Physical Culture in Republican China, Dissertation (1998)
This dissertation is a study of the role played by ideas and practices of physical...