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Tracing the Lines: Reflections on Contemporary Poetics and Cultural Politics in Honour of Roy Miki . With Maia Joseph, Christine Kim and Christopher Lee. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 2013. 247 pp.
“Epistemologies of Respect, or A Politics and Poetics of Asian/Indigenous Relation.” TransCanada 3. Ed. Smaro Kamboureli. Waterloo: WLUP, May 2014. 99-126.
“The Time Has Come: Self and Community Articulations in Colour. An Issue and Awakening Thunder.” Shifting the Ground of Canadian Literary Studies. Ed. Smaro Kamboureli. Waterloo: WLUP, 2012. 151-172.
Strategizing the Body of History: Anxious Writing, Absent Subjects, and Marketing the Nation.” Asian Canadian Writing Beyond Autoethnography. Eds. Eleanor Ty and Chrystl Verdun. Waterloo: WLUP, 2008. 87-114.
“Butterfly Prostheses and the Reproductive Mouth: Chains of Association and the Problem of Asian Masculinity in David Khang’s Mediamorphosis.” How to Feed A Piano: David Khang, Exhibition Catalogue. Vancouver, Centre A, 2008.
Foreword. Accidental Occidental. By David McKirdy. Hong Kong: Chameleon Press, 2005.
“Political Animals and the Body of History.” The Broadview Anthology of Expository Prose. Eds. Tammy Roberts et al. Peterborough: Broadview Press, 2002. 587-596.
Foreword. Other Conundrums. By Monika Kin Gagnon. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press, 2000. 15-20.
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“Sybil Continuities, Earth Relations” (with Rita Wong). Open Text, Vol. 3, forthcoming. (10 manuscript pages)
“The Cameras of the World: Race, Subjectivity and the Spiritual, Collective Other in Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and Crake and Dionne Brand’s What We All Long For.” No Language is Neutral: Essays on Dionne Brand. Eds. Dina Georgis, Katherine McKittrick and Rinaldo Walcott. Spec. Issue of Topia, forthcoming. (37 manuscript pages)
“How to Do ‘You’: Methods of Asian/Indigenous Relation”. Imagined Communities, Recuperated Homelands. Spec. Issue of RANAM: Recherches Anglaises et Nord Américaines. 46 (2013): 11-27.
“Reciprocal Being: Living, Thinking and Writing in Social Space.” Poetry Is Dead. 2.2 (2011): 6-8.
“Neither Hand, Nor Foot, Nor Kidney: Biopower, Body Parts and Human Flows in Stephen Frears’s Dirty Pretty Things.” Global Cinema Now. Spec. Issue of Cineaction 80 (2010): 68-72.
Community Action, Global Spillage: Writing the Race of Capital.” Citizenship and Cultural Belonging special issue of West Coast Line. Eds. David Chariandy and Sophie McCall. 59 (2008): 116-128.
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“Other Bees, Incomplete: A Response to Margot Leigh Butler’s ‘Other’ Honey.” Representations of Murdered and Missing Women. Spec. issue of West Coast Line. Eds. Anne Stone and Amber Dean. 53 (2007): 92-95.
“The Imagination’s Subsidies: Whiners, Elites, Ordinary People and the Economy.” English Studies in Canada. 33:3 (2007): 16-19.
“Corrupted Lineage: Narrative in the Gaps of History.” In-Equations: can asia pacific. Spec. issue of West Coast Line 33 (2001): 40-53.
“Yellow Peril: Revisited.” Capilano Review 2.34 (2001): 6-10.
“Asian Invasion vs. the Pristine Nation: Migrants Enter the Canadian Imaginary.” Fuse Magazine. 23.2. (2000): 30-40.
“Political Animals and the Body of History.” Canadian Literature 163 (1999): 145-156.
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“The Look of Like: Shooting Asian/Indigenous Relation.” Migration-Regionalization-Citizenship: Comparing Canada and Europe. Eds. Katja Sarkowsky, Rainer-Olaf Schultze, and Sabine Schwarze. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, 2014. (forthcoming, 12 manuscript pages).
“Labour Asian Can: Grammar, Movement, Institution.” Travelling Concepts: Negotiating Diversity in Canada and Europe. Eds. Katja Sarkowsky and Christian Lammert. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 2010. 153-166.
Brand Canada: Oppositional Politics, Global Flows and a People to Come.” Reading(s) from a Distance: European Perspectives on Canadian Women’s Writing. Eds. Charlotte von Sturgess and Martin Kuester. Augsburg: Wissner-Verlag, 2008. 23-32.