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All That Is Solid Melts Into Air (Again)”  Occasion (2014).

Embedded LivesProfession 2011 (Modern Languages Association): 13-22.

Method and Congruity.” Blackwell Companion to Comparative Literature (2011), 46-59. Eds. Ali Behdad and Dominic Thomas.

‘Crossing the Lines‘: Review of Masao Miyoshi’s Trespasses. Criticism (2011) 54.2: 343-351.

2011          “Rationality and World-Systems Analysis: Fanon and the Impact of the Ethico-Historical.” In Palumbo-Liu, Robbins and Tanoukhi eds., Immanuel Wallerstein and the Problem of the World: System, Scale, Culture.  Duke University Press, 2010, 202-222.

2008            “Modernisms, Pacific and Otherwise.” In Mary Ann Gillies, Helen Sword, and Steven Yao eds., Pacific Rim Modernisms. University of Toronto Press, 34-52.

The Occupation of Form: Retheorizing Literary History,” in American Literary History 20.4 (Winter): 836-844.

Re-territorializing Asia-Pacific: The Post September 11th Logic of Hegemony,” in Rob Wilson and Christopher Leigh Connery eds., The Worlding Project: Doing Cultural Studies in the Era of Globalization.  Berkeley: North Atlantic Books, 187-20.

Atlantic to Pacific: James, Todorov, Blackmur, and Intercontinental Form.” In Wai Chee Dimock and Lawrence Buell, eds. Shades of the Planet: American Literature as World Literature. Princeton University Press, 196-226.

2006            “Pre-emption, Perpetual War, and the Future of the Imagination,” boundary 2 33:1             (Spring): 151-70.

2003            “Hybridities and Histories: Imaging the Rim.” In Michael Dear ed., Postborder City: Cultural Spaces of Bajalta California.  Routledge, 249-275.

2002            “Multiculturalism Now: Civilization, National Identity, and Difference Before and After September 11th. ” boundary 2 29:2 (summer 2002): 109-128.

2000            “Assumed Identities.” New Literary History 31:4, pp. 765-780.

1999            “Awful Patriotism: The Politics of Knowing.” diacritics (29:1): 37-56.

1994   “ “LA, Asians, and Perverse Ventriloquisms: On the Functions of Asian America in the Recent American Imaginary.” Public Culture  6:2 (Winter): 365-85.

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