“The ‘Totoro Meme’ and the Politics of Transfandom.” Journal of East Asian Popular Culture, forthcoming.
“Sherlock (Holmes) in Japanese (Fan) Works.” Transformative Works and Cultures 23, 2017.
“hannibal: a fanvid.” [in]Transition: Journal of Videographic Film & Moving Image Studies 3.4, 2016. [Refereed]
“Introduction: Fan and fan studies in transcultural context.” Editorial for section of Participations: Journal of Audience and Reception Studies co-edited with Bertha Chin 12.2, November 2015.
“Trans-cult-ural Fandom: Desire, Technology and the Transformation of Fan Subjectivities in the Japanese Female Fandom of Hong Kong Stars.” Transformative Works and Cultures 14, 2013. [Refereed]
“Towards a Theory of Transcultural Fandom.” Co-authored with Bertha Chin. Participations: Journal of Audience and Reception Studies 10.1, May 2013. [Refereed]
“Third Culture Kids: A Bakhtinian Analysis of Language and Multiculturalism in Swallowtail Butterfly.” Scope: An On-Line Journal of Film Studies, February 2004 [Refereed]
“Transnational Film and the Politics of Becoming: Negotiating East Asian Identity in Hong Kong Night Club and Moonlight Express.” Asian Cinema 13.1, Spring/Summer 2002.
“Hannibal: Adaptation and Authorship in the Age of Fan Production.” Becoming: Essays on NBC’s Hannibal. Kavita Mudan Finn and Elizabeth Nielsen, eds. (forthcoming, Syracuse Univ.)
“Ontological Security and the Politics of Transcultural Fandom.” The Companion to Fandom and Fan Studies. Paul Booth, ed. (forthcoming, Blackwell)
“From Imagined Communities to Contact Zones: American Monoculture in Transatlantic Fandoms.” Transatlantic TV. Michele Hilmes, Roberta Pearson, and Matt Hills, eds. (forthcoming, Oxford University Press)
“Transnational Media Fan Studies.” Routledge Companion to Media Fandom, Suzanne Scott and Melissa Click, eds. (forthcoming in 2017, Routledge)
“Reimagining the Imagined Community: Online Fandoms in the Age of Global Convergence,” co-authored with Bertha Chin. Fandom: Identities and Communities in a Mediated World, 2nd Edition. Jonathan Gray, C. Lee Harrington, Cornel Sandvoss, eds. (forthcoming in 2017, New York University Press)
“The Good Fandom: Depicting Japanese Female Fans in Moonlight Express, Moumantai, and Hong Kong Star Fans.” Seeing Fans: Representations of Fandom in Media and Popular Culture. Lucy Bennett and Paul Booth, eds. New York: Bloomsbury, 2016. 239-250.
Academic Blog Posts
“Situating Hannibal within the ‘Fullerverse’: Now More Than Ever Seems It Rich to Die,” In Media Res, Sept. 21, 2015.
“Fangirls in the Crosshairs,” The Outtake, Aug. 6, 2015.
“Yukata!Batch Goes Global,” On/Off Screen: a communal academic blog on international screen media, Aug. 14, 2014.
“Sherlock Goes to Tokyo,” On/Off Screen: a communal academic blog on international screen media, May 21, 2013.
“Outrageous Sirk-umstances: Hannibal and the Aesthetics of Excess.” Feasting on Hannibal: An Interdisciplinary Conference, University of Melbourne, November 2016.
“Empathy for the Devil: Revisioning the Monster Through Gothic Romance,” with Evan Gledhill. Reimagining the Gothic 2016: Monsters and Monstrosities, University of Sheffield. May 2016.
“Sherlock and Global Transfandom.” Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Atlanta, GA. March 2016.
“Sherlock and the British Actor Boom: ‘Regifting’ Female Fandom in Japan.” Console-ing Passions, Dublin, Ireland. June 2015.
“Sherlock and Nation-Branded Boy Booms in Japan.” Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Montreal, Canada. March 2015.
“Video Killed the Martial Arts Star: Distribution Technologies and the Vagaries of Jackie Chan Fandom in Japan.” Cult Cinema and Technological Change Conference, Aberystwyth University, Wales, UK. April 2014.
“Yukata!Batch Goes Global: Japanese Entertainment Booms in the Age of Social Media.” Southwest Popular/American Culture Association Conference, Albuquerque, NM. February 2014.
“The Loquacious Geisha: Lotus Blossom and the Hidden Transcript of Teahouse of the August Moon.” Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Boston, MA. March 2012.