"Tu and Shu, Illustrated Manuscripts in the Great Age of Song Printing." In Percival David Foundation Colloquies on Art & Archaeology in Asia No. 23 The Art of the Book in China, London. Forthcoming 2008.
Co-editor with Patricia Ebrey. Emperor Huizong and Northern Song Culture: The Politics of Culture and the Culture of Politics. Forthcoming: Harvard East Asian Monograph series, Harvard U.P., August 2006.
"Huizong's Paintings: Art and the Art of Emperorship," Chapter 11 of Ebrey and Bickford eds. Emperor Huizong and Northern Song Culture: The Politics of Culture and the Culture of Politics. Forthcoming: Harvard East Asian Monograph series, Harvard U.P., August 2006.
"The Seasonal Round in House and Palace: Counting the Nines in Traditional China," Chapter 15 of Ronald Knapp, ed., House Home Family: Living and Being Chinese. University of Hawaii Press, 2005, pp. 349-71.
"Emperor Huizong and the Aesthetic of Agency." Archives of Asian Art, Vol. 53 (2002-2003; issued 2003):71-104.
"Emperor Huizong and the Aesthetics of Agency." In Abstracts of the 2000 Annual Meeting. Ann Arbor: Association for Asian Studies, 2000.
"Three Rams and Three Friends: the Working Life of Chinese Auspicious Motifs." Asia Major, Volume XII, Part I (1999 [issued 2000]):127-158
"Fascination of Nature by Roderick Whitfield." Artibus Asiae vol. 58.3/4 (1998):343-52
"Hiroshige's Fifty-Three Stages of the Tokaidō: A Journey through Japanese Woodblock Prints." Exhibition Notes Number 1 (Spring 1997). Providence: Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design. (Brown undergraduate exhibition notes: supervisor and editor)
Ink Plum: The Making of a Chinese Scholar-Painting Genre. Cambridge U. P., 1996.
"Wang Mian," In The Dictionary of Art, 32:847. London: Macmillan, 1996.
"The Painting of Flowers and Birds in Sung-Yüan China." In Arts of the Sung and Yüan: Papers prepared for an international symposium organized by The Metropolitan Museum of Art in conjunction with the exhibition Splendors of Imperial China: Treasures from the National Palace Museum, Taipei. New York: MMA, 1996, pp. 293-315.
"Ink-bamboo, Ink-plum, Ink-flowers." In The Dictionary of Art, 6:802-807. London: Macmillan, 1996.
With Charles Hartman. "The Purloined Plum and the Heart of Iron: a Contribution to the History of Flowering Plum Imagery in the Sung and Yüan Dynasties," Journal of Sung-Yuan Studies. Vol. 26 (1996): 1-54.
"The 'Three Friends' in Song Material Culture, Literature and Literati Painting." In Abstracts of the 1994 Annual Meeting, p. 43. Ann Arbor: Association for Asian Studies, 1994
The Crawford Bequest: Chinese Art at the Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design. Providence: Brown University, 1993. (Graduate exhibition catalogue; supervisor and editor)
"Stirring the Pot of State: the Southern Song Picture Book Mei-hua hsi-shen p'u and Its Implications for Yuan Scholar-Painting." Asia Major, 3rd Series, Vol. 6, Pt. 2 (1993 [issued 1995]): 169-236.
"On Reading Song Boren's Meihua xishen pu." In Abstracts of the 1992 Annual Meeting, pp. 1-2. Ann Arbor: Association for Asian Studies, 1992
"Through the Eyes of Charles Chu." (Exhibition notes) New London: Lyman Allyn Museum (April, 1990).
"Department of Asian and Ethnographic Art." In [Rhode Island School of Design] Museum Notes (October, 1989): 12-14.
"Kesa." In A World of Costume and Textiles: a Handbook of the Collection, ed. S. A. Hay, Providence: Rhode Island School of Design, 1988, no. 44.
"Department of Asian and Ethnographic Art." In (Rhode Island School of Design) Museum Notes, 75:2 (October, 1988): 10-13.
"Chinese Art." In New Book of Knowledge Encyclopedia, 3:274-77. Danbury: Grolier, 1988.
"Forward." In C. T. Bogel, intro. Hiroshige Birds and Flowers, p. 6. New York: Braziller, 1988.
"The Arts of Ming Woodblock-Printed Images and Decorated-Paper Albums," by Wang Qingzheng. In The Chinese Scholar's Studio. C. T. Li, ed., New York: The Asia Society, 1987, pp. 56-60.
"Tan hua mei" (On painting plum blossoms). In Duzhe wenzhe (Reader's Digest, Chinese edn.), 44.5 (1987): 70-75.
"The Songjiang School of Painting and the Period Style of Late Ming Painters," by Zhu Xuchu. In The Chinese Scholar's Studio. C. T. Li, ed., New York: The Asia Society, 1987, pp. 52-55.
"Bones of Jade, Soul of Ice: The Flowering Plum in Chinese Art." The Society for Asian Art Newsletter. (Winter 1985), rpt. in Lotus Leaves: A Selection of Essays from Past Issues of the Society for Asian Art Newsletter. San Francisco: 1988, pp. 31-33.
"Bones of Jade, Soul of Ice: The Flowering Plum in Chinese Art." Orientations, 16.7 (July, 1985): 10-28.
Bones of Jade, Soul of Ice, The Flowering Plum in Chinese Art. New Haven: Yale University Art Gallery, 1985. (Scholarly exhibition catalogue)
"Lady among Bamboo and Plum," "Ink Plum," and (with J. Spence) "Plum Blossoms and Calligraphy." In The Communion of Scholars: Chinese Art at Yale, M. G. Neill, ed., New York: China Institute, 1982, nos. 46, 48, 56.
Chinese Paintings: 16th - 20th Century, London: Barlings, 1978. (Exhibition catalogue)