“Chrysanthemums and Cultivated Visions of the Victorian Garden.” Beyond Chinoiserie: Artistic Exchange between China and the West in the Late Qing Dynasty (1796-1911), eds. Jennifer Miliam and Petra ten-Doesschate Chu. Leiden and New York: Brill, 2018. 178-203.
“Killer Plants of the Nineteenth Century.” Strange Science: Investigating the Limits of Knowledge in the Victorian Age, eds. Lara Karpenko and Shalyn Clagget. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2017. 81-104.
“Hollow Earth Fiction and Environmental Form in the Late Nineteenth Century.” Nineteenth-Century Contexts 38.5 (2016): 387-397.
“Binding and Unbinding Chinese Feet.” Essays and Studies 2016: Writing China: Essays on Sino-British Cultural Relations, 1816-2016, eds. Robert Markley and Peter Kitson. London: D. S. Brewer, 2016. 132-151.
“Chinese Flowers and the Idea of Cultivation in Early Nineteenth-Century British Word and Image,” European Romantic Review 27:1 (2016), 9-24.
“China.” The Encyclopedia of Victorian Literature. Eds. Felluga, Dino Franco, Pamela K. Gilbert and Linda K. Hughes. Blackwell Publishing, 2015. Vol. I, 250-52.
“The Idea of the Chinese Garden and British Aesthetic Modernism,” in British Modernism and Chinoiserie, ed. Anne Witchard. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2015: 91-107.
“Converting Chinese Eyes: Rev. W.H. Medhurst and the Victorian Vision of China,” in A Century of Travels in China: Critical Essays on Travel Writing from the 1840s to the 1940s, eds. Douglas Kerr and Julia Kuehn. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2007: 27-38.
“‘Eyes of the Proper Almond Shape’: Blue-and-White China in the British Imaginary,” Nineteenth-Century Studies 18 (2005): 17-34.
Book-length project arguing for the articulation of sovereign claims through narrative forms of mobility, disability, and propriception, using British travel writing from nineteenth-century China.