“‘倦夜’ —对中国古典传统中肉身诗学的反思 (“‘Weary Night:’ A Reflection on Embodied Poetics
in the Classical Chinese Tradition”), in 中國學術 (Chinese Scholarship) vol. 38 (2018)
An Introduction to Chinese Poetry: from the Canon of Poetry to the Lyrics of the Song Dynasty (Cambridge: Harvard University Asia Center Press, 2017)
“‘人文’：中唐时期诗歌和审美经验转变 (“Patterns of the Human Realm: Poetry and Transformations of Aesthetic Experience in Mid-Tang China”) in Jiang Yin 蔣寅, ed., 川合先生榮休紀念文集 (Retirement Festschriff for Kawai Kozo), (Hangzhou: Fenghuang Press, 2017)
Drifting among Rivers and Lakes: Southern Song Dynasty Poetry and the Problem of Literary History, Harvard University Asia Center, 2013
[Co-authored with Shuen-fu Lin] “Chapter 6: North and South: The Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries” in Stephen Owen and Kang-yi Chang Sun, eds., The Cambridge History of Chinese Literature, Vol. 1 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010)
“Aesthetics and Meaning in Experience: A Theoretical Perspective on Zhu Xi’s Revision of Song Dynasty Views of Poetry,” Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies Vol. 65, No. 2 (Dec. 2005), pp. 311-55.
對宋詩史的反思緒言“Theorizing Chinese Poetic Experience: a Prolegomenon to Rethinking the History of Song Dynasty Poetry.” Xin Song xue [New Song Studies] 1(2001):167-181. (Translated by Chen Lin)
An Introduction to Literary Chinese. Harvard University Press (1999)
"Pursuing the Complete Bamboo in the Breast: Reflections on a Classical Chinese Image for Immediacy," Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies (June, 1993).
The Road to East Slope: The Development of Su Shi's Poetic Voice. Stanford: Stanford University Press (1990)
2009-2010 National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship
2009-2010 American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship