DV-Made China:Digital Subjects and Social Transformations after Independent Film, co-editor with Zhang Zhen, University of Hawaii Press, 2015.
身体与笔:18世纪中国作为文本/表演的大祀 (translation by Li Jin, Of Body and Brush in Beijing University’s series of History and Anthropology), 2014, with new preface by author.
“ Writing in Water, or, Evanescence, Enchantment and Ethnography in a Chinese Urban Park.” Visual Anthropology Review 30.1 (2014): 11-22.
“十字架与摄影机：基督教美学与数理影像世界中实现的虚构“ The cross and the camera: Christian aesthetics realized in the video world of China”《中国独立影响》 Chinese Indie Cinema 2013.08（12：32-40). Original essay translated into Chinese, dated 2013, published 2014 year.
“Reading as Watching: What we see and what we get.” positions: asia critique 20.1 (Winter 2012):241-266.
“Body” Material Religion: the Journal of Objects, Art and Belief 7.1 (March 2011): 18-25.
“Culture,” in David Morgan, ed. Keywords in Religion, Media and Culture. (Routledge Press, 2008).
"Can television mediate religious experience? The theology of Joan of Arcadia" in Religion: Beyond the Concept, edited by Hent deVries, Fordham University Press, 2007.
"Secularizing the pain of foot-binding in China: Missionary and medical stagings of the universal body" in Journal of the American Academy of Religion 75.1 (March 2007): 1-24.
"Things Chinese" and "This is not a façade" in Making Things Public, edited by Bruno Latour and Peter Wiebel. (Catalogue for exhibit in the ZKM Center for Art and Media of Karlsruhe, Germany, 2005.)
"Bound to be represented: theorizing/fetishizing footbinding," in Modernity Incarnate: Refiguring Body Politics in China, eds. Larissa Macfarquhar and Fran Martin. University of Hawaii, 2006.
"Purchasing parents in 17th century China” (Zai chiqi shiji Zhongguo mai fumu). In Ming Qing qingyu (Sentiments and Desires in Ming-Qing China), Academi Sinica, Taiwan, 2004.
Of Body and Brush: Grand Sacrifice as Text/Performance in 18th Century China. University of Chicago Press, 1997.
Body, Subject and Power in China, co-edited with Tani Barlow. University of Chicago Press, 1994.