“Disability and Social Inclusion: The Blind Songstress in Early Twentieth-century Guangzhou,” Frontiers of History in China (FHC) 15, 4 (2020): 611–641.
“Inventing Blindness: The Use of Medical Statistics in the Anti-Trachoma Campaign in Republican China,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine (In preparation)
Discusses “Global Histories of Disability,” Summer Institute sponsored by the NEH (National Endowment for the Humanities), via Disability History Association Podcast.
Link to Transcript: http://dishist.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/Final-September-Podcast.pdf
2021 Organizer and Presenter of panel entitled “Reading From Below: Alternative Literacies, Citizenship, and Community in Modern China.” Association for Asian Studies (AAS) Annual Conference, Seattle, March 25-28. (Forthcoming)
2020 “Reproducing Dependency: Blinded Veterans and Family Life in a Rehabilitation Camp during Wartime China, 1942-1945.” Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association (AHA), New York City, January 3-6.
2019 “The Social Life of the Blind Songstress in Early Twentieth-century Guangzhou.” Paper presented at “Asia as Action: Scaling Ethnography of the Everyday.” Graduate Student Conference at the University of Chicago Center in Beijing, June 20-21.
Organizer and Presenter of panel entitled “Veterans Disabled: Indian, Chinese, and Japanese Military Casualties of the Two World Wars.” Association for Asian Studies (AAS) Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado, March 21-24.
2018 “Blind Singers, Livelihood, and Welfare in Early Twentieth-Century Guangzhou, 1912- 1937.” Engendering Change 2018 Conference, University of Chicago, April 13.
2017 “Inventing Blindness: The Use of Medical Statistics in the Anti-Trachoma Campaign in Republican China (1920-1940).” Annual Conference of the American Association for the History of Medicine (AAHM), Nashville, May 4-7.