2007 Schätze der Liao. Editor and co-author of the exhibition catalogue in German. Zürich: Gva-Vertriebsgemeinschaft, 2007. (German edition of the exhibition catalogue below.)
2006 Gilded Splendor: Treasures of China’s Liao Empire (907-1125). Editor and co-author of the exhibition catalogue. Milan: 5 Continents, 2006.
PUBLICATIONS: ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS
Forthcoming “Indian Makara or Chinese Dragon-Fish? Textual Translation and Visual Transformation of Makara in China,” Art in Translation, 5.2. Oxford.
Forthcoming “Familiar Differences: Chinese Polychromes in the Indian Ocean Trade during the 9th Century” in Beiträge zur Islamischen Kunst und Archäologie, Hg. Ernst-Herzfeld-Gesellschaft, Bd. 4. Wiesbaden.
Forthcoming “Tombs at the Crossroads of the Worlds of the Living and the Dead,” in Tenth Century China and Beyond: Art and Visual Culture in a Multi-Centered Age, ed. Wu Hung. Chicago.
2012 “Between One and Many: Multiples and Multiplication of Miniatures Pagdoas in Medieval East Asia,” Proceedings of the British Academy 181 (2012): 205-258.
2006 “Image in a Mirror, Moon in the Water: Liao Period Bronze Mirrors Incised with Buddhist Images,” Orientations 37.6 (September 2006): 58-64.
2006 “Interview with Ch’ung-ho Chang Frankel,” in the exhibition catalogue Fragrance of the Past: Chinese Calligraphy and Painting by Ch’ung-ho Chang Frankel and Friends, eds. Mimi G. Gates in association with Hsueh-man Shen and Qianshen Bai (Seattle: Seattle Art Museum, 2006), pp. 25-26.
2005 “Body Matters: Manikin Burials in the Liao Tombs of Xuanhua, Hebei Province,” Artibus Asiae 65.1 (2005): 99-141.
2003 “Pictorial Representations of the Buddha’s Nirvana in Chinese Relic Deposits,” East Asia Journal: Studies in Material Culture 1.1 (2003): 25-48.
2002 “Luxury or Necessity: Glassware in Śarīra Relic Pagodas of the Tang and Northern Song Periods,” in Chinese Glass: Archaeological Studies on the Uses and Social Context of Glass Artefacts from the Warring States to the Northern Song Period, Orientalia Venetiana, XIV, ed. Cecilia Braghin (Florence: Leo S. Olschki Editore, 2002), pp. 71-110.
2002 “Liao yu Bei Song shelita nei cangjing zhi yanjiu”遼與北宋舍利塔內藏經之研究 [Scripture Deposits in Northern Song and Liao Pagodas], Taida Journal of Art History 12 (March, 2002): 169-212.
2001 “Realising the Buddha’s Dharma-body during the Mofa Period: A Study of the Liao Buddhist Relic Deposits,” Artibus Asiae 61.2 (2001): 263-303.
1999 “Tōjiki no tenkai: Min to Shin no jiki”陶磁器の展開：明と清の磁器 [Ceramic Industry
in Blossom: Ming and Qing Dynasties], in Ajia bijutsushiアジア美術史 [Art History of Asia] (Kyoto: Kyoto Zōkei Geijutsu Daigaku, 1999), pp. 126-135.
1996 “Zhongguo zaoqi qingci: yi Yueyao wei zhongxin”中國早期青瓷：以越窯為中心 [Early Development of Chinese Greenware: Principally Yue Ware], Bulletin of the National Museum of History 2 (1996): 6-19.
PUBLICATIONS: CATALOGUE ENTRIES
2005 Catalogue entries in the exhibition catalogue China: The Three Emperors: 1662-1795, eds. Evelyn Rawski and Jessica Rawson. London: Royal Academy of Arts, 2005.
1996 Catalogue entries in the exhibition catalogue Qianfeng cuise: Yueyao te zhan千峰翠色：越窯特展 [Special Exhibition of Early Chinese Greenware], eds. Shwu-shin Lin, Ming-liang Hsieh, and Wei-hwa Chang. Taipei: Nien-Hsi Foundation, 1996.
UNPUBLISHED ACADEMIC PAPERS
“Shengsi yu niepan – Tang Song zhiji fojiao yu shisu muzang de jiaocuo lingyu”
生死與涅槃－唐宋之際佛教與世俗墓葬的交錯領域 [Where Secular Death and Buddhist Nirvana Intersect: Secular and Religious Burials during the Tang-Song Transition]. Completed in 2008; last updated in 2012. [Read online]
“Entering the Unattainable Country of Lankā: Carving of the Lankāvatāra-sūtra at Mount Gangshan.” Paper read at Heidelberg Academy in 2004, and at the Academia Sinica in 2006. In preparation for publication.