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■ Re-Thinking the Political Conditions in the Contemporary Context

1. “Cyber Slavery, Port Cities and the Systemic Cruelty: Logistics of Labor Extraction in the 21 st Century.” Innovation in the Social Sciences. 2023.1: 211-233.

2. “Re-Reading Zhang Taiyan against François Julien: Ontology and Political Critique in Chinese Thought.” Theory, Culture & Society. Volume 40, Issue 4-5. 1-18. (H-Index of 116; Impact Score 2.83) (AHCI; SSCI; Scopus). First published online June 5, 2023. https://doi.org/10.1177/02632764231169926.

3. “The Logistics of Neoliberal Slavery: Legal Production of Illegality.” Inter-Asia Cultural Studies. Vol. 23, Issue 1 (2022): 110-120.

4. “BRI, Logistics, and Global Infrastructure: New World Order, the Game of Go and the Dispositif of Shi (勢).” The Strategic and Economic Impact of China´s Belt and Road Initiative: Central Asia, Southeast Asia and Central Eastern Europe. Eds. Alfred Gerstl and Ute Wallenbock. Routledge; Rethinking Asia and International Relations Series. 2020: 143-165.

5. “Beyond borders: trans-local critical pedagogy for inter-Asian cultural studies.” Educational Philosophy and Theory. Vol. 52, No. 17. 15 April 2020. 1-11.

6. “The Question of Epistemic Reorientation: What Would Happen When the Orient Becomes Tianxia?” Orient, Orientation, Disorientation. eds. Luca Salza & Orgest Azizal. Édition Mimésis. Istanbul, Turky. 2018: pp. 31-46.

■ Philosophical Archeology of Chinese Political Thought in the Early 20th Century

1. “Paradoxical Routes of the Sinification of Marxism: Materialist Dialectic and Immanent Critique.” Joyce C.H. Liu & Viren Mirthy. East-Asian Marxisms and their Trajectories. Routledge. 2017: 157-174.

2. “Against Agamben: Sovereignty and the Void in the Discourse of the Nation in Early Modern China.” Theory, Culture & Society. 32(4) 2015: 81-114.

3. “The count of psyche: The birth of biopolitics and ethico-economic in early modern China,” Biopolitics, Ethics and Subjectivation, eds. by Alain Brossai, Yuan-Horng Chu, Rada Ivekovic and Joyce C.H. Liu. Paris: L’Harmattan. 2009: 121-146.

4. “Force of Psyche: Electricity or Void? -- Re-examination of the hermeneutics of the force of psyche in late Qing China.” Modern China and the West: Translation and Cultural mMediation. Eds. by Peng Hsiao-yen & Isabelle Rabut. Leiden & Boston: Brill. 2008: 153-181.

5. “The Translation of Ethics: The problem of Wang Guowei,” China and Its Others: Knowledge Transfer through Translation, 1829-2010. Ed. James St. Andre & Hsiaoyen Peng. New York & Amsterdam: Rodopi Publishing. 2008: 71-91.

■ Taiwan Conditions: Cultural Memories and Contemporary Debates

1. The Taiwan Question: Border Consciousness Intervened, Inverted and Displaced (2014)   Joyce C.H. Liu Nick Vaughan-Williams. eds.   European-East Asian Borders in Translation.   London: Routledge, 2014.   38-62.   I SBN-10: 0415831318;ISBN-13: 978-0415831314

2. “The Translations of Ethos and the Unheimlich: Wu Tien-chang and the Post-Martial Law Era in Taiwan,” Imaging and Imagining Taiwan: Identity Representation and Cultural Politics. Chang, Bi-yu and Henning Klöter, eds. 2012. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. 105-122.

3.“Immanentism, Double-abjection and the Politics of Psyche in (Post) ColonialTaiwan,” Positions: east asia cultures critique. Volume 17 Issue 2. 2009: 261-288.

4. “The Importance of Being Perverse: China/Taiwan 1931-1937.” David Der-wei Wang and Carlos Rojas, eds., Writing Taiwan: A New Literary History. Durham, NC: Duke

5. “The Gaze of Revolt: Historic Iconography Perverted.” in Cultural Dilemmas during Transitions: East Central Europe versus Taiwan Conference Warsaw 2000. Eds:Ying- hsiung Chou, et al. LIT Verlag Münster. 164-200.

6. Re-staging Cultural Memories on Contemporary Taiwanese Theatrical Stage: Wang Qimei, Stanley Lai, and Lin Huaimin (1997). East Asian Cultural and Historical Perspectives: History and Society, Culture and Literature. Ed. By Steven Totosy de Zepetnek and Jennifer W. Jay. Alberta, Canada: Research Institute for Comparative Literature and Cross-Cultural Studies, University of Alberta, 1997. 267-78.

7. Palace Museum vs. the Surrealist Collage: Two Modes of Identity Construction in Modern Taiwanese Ekphrastic Poetry (1997). Canadian Review of Comparative Literature. 24.4(December 1997): 933-946.

8. The Religious Icons and the Culture of the Goddess in Contemporary Taiwan Dance Theater (1998). Fu Jen Studies. 1998: 30-49.