(Forthcoming) “Double Decolonization: Identity Politics and the Study of Religion in the Context of #StopAsianHate.” Special issue on the identity turn, Implicit Religion.
(Forthcoming) “Intimate Negotiations: Gender and Sexuality in Twentieth Century Shanghai.” Cambridge World History of Sexualities.
2023 “Beyond Sing Hallelujah to the Lord: Diffused Religion and Religious Co-Optations through Hong Kong.” Journal of the American Academy of Religion.
2023 “‘Eastern Religions are More Spiritual than Western Religions’.” In Stereotyping Religion: Critiquing Clichés, volume II, edited by Craig Martin and Brad Stoddard. London: Bloomsbury.
2023 “Cosmopolitan (Dis)Illusion: Migration, State Policies, and the Mirage of the Shanghai Exception.” Made in China Journal.
2022 “Lost in Žižek, Redeemed in Cloud Atlas: Buddhism and Other Tales of ‘Asian Religions’ in Western Cinema and Affective Circulation.” In Representing Religion and Film: A Critical Introduction, edited by Tenzan Eaghll and Rebekka King. London: Bloomsbury.
2022 “‘So Many Mothers, So Little Love’: Confucian Hegemony, Parental Governance, and the Discourse of Motherly Love in Hong Kong.” Special issue on power and identity, Method and Theory in the Study of Religion, volume 34:1–2, pp. 3–24.
2021 “Christianity and Sinophone Trumpism.” Reflexion 42, pp. 243–250.
2020 “Politics of Love: Love as a Religious and Political Discourse in Modern China through the Lens of Political Leaders.” Critical Research on Religion, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 39–52. Media coverage: Los Angeles Review of Books, Sixth Tone