Kendall, P. 2023. Orientalist Afterlives: Theorizing Discourse about Peppa Pig and China. East Asian Journal of Popular Culture.
Kehoe, S. 2022. Podcast: The media as a colonial force, online politics of representation and decolonising Chinese studies. Pedagogies for Social Justice.
Kehoe, S. and Wielander, G. (ed.) 2022. Cultural China 2021: The Contemporary China Centre Review. University of Westminster Press.
Jackson, K. and Shepotylo, O. 2022. Transforming East Asia: Regional integration in a trade war era. Open Economies Review. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11079-022-09698-y
Kehoe, S., Kendall, P. and Wielander, G. 2022. ‘For Us Foreigners, Licking Your Fingers Clean is a Good Habit’: On Learning Chinese and Learning About Discourse from Chinese-language Textbooks. Critical Pedagogy for Modern Languages Education Workshop. Lancaster 04 - 05 Feb 2022
Wielander, G. 2022. Running and Reading Remnant Danwei Walls in China's Post-socialist City. positions: asia critique.
Kendall, P. 2022. Translating Wang Xiaoshuai: From Third Front to Cultural Revolution . British Journal of Chinese Studies. 12 (1), pp. 40-59. https://doi.org/10.51661/bjocs.v12i1.133
Kehoe, S. 2022. Chinese Feminism, Tibet, and Xinjiang. in: Byler, D., Franceschini, I. and Loubere, N. (ed.) Canberra Australia National University (ANU) Press. pp. 211-218
Kehoe, S. 2021. China, Tibet and the Politics of Time. The China Story.
Kendall, P., Zou, Sheng, Chu, Yiu-Wai, Morcom, Anna and Harris, Rachel 2021. Music, Identity, and Community. in: Kehoe, S. and Wielander, G. (ed.) Cultural China 2020: The Contemporary China Centre Review London University of Westminster Press. pp. 45-63
Kehoe, S. and Wielander, G. (ed.) 2021. Cultural China 2020: The Contemporary China Centre Review. London University of Westminster Press.
Verdini, G., Evans, H., Demgenski, P., Kendall, P. and Zhang, L. 2021. Heritage and Memory. in: Kehoe, S. and Wielander, G. (ed.) Cultural China 2020: The Contemporary China Centre Review London University of Westminster Press. pp. 85-102
Kehoe, S. 2021. ‘My Dreams, My Plateau’: State Media Representations of Tibetan Entrepreneurs in the Post-2008 Era. 15th Annual Conference on Asian Studies: Continuity and Change. Palacký University Olomouc 26 - 27 Nov 2021
Wielander, G. 2021. Rejecting the Civil Society Paradigm. Chinese Christian Values and China's Hegemonic Discourse. in: Shun-hing Chan and Jonathan W. Johnson (ed.) Citizens of Two Kingdoms. Civil Society and Christian Religion in Greater China Leiden Brill. pp. 285-310
Jackson, K. and Shepotylo, O. 2021. Belt and Road: The China Dream? China Economic Review. 67 101604. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chieco.2021.101604
Wang, C. 2021. Museum Representations of Chinese Diasporas: Migration Histories and the Cultural Heritage of the Homeland. UK Routledge.
Kendall, P. 2020. Ruins on Ruins: Forgetting, Commemorating and Re-Forgetting the Third Front.
Wang, C. 2020. 侨批研究的力作 国际学术沟通的桥梁: 评《亲爱的中国：1882—1980年的移民书信和汇款》 . 华侨华人历史研究 (Overseas Chinese History Studies). 2020 (2), pp. 91-94.
Verdini, G. and Zhang, L. 2020. Urban China: The Tortuous Path Towards Sustainability. Planning Theory & Practice. 21 (2), pp. 330-336. https://doi.org/10.1080/14649357.2020.1726078
Kehoe, S. 2020. Regimes of Temporality: China, Tibet and the Politics of Time in the Post-2008 Era. Media Culture and Society. 42 (7-8), pp. 1133-1152. https://doi.org/10.1177/0163443720907535
Ng, H. 2020. Drawing from Grotowski and Beyond: Kuo Pao Kun’s Discourse on Audiences in Singapore in the 1980s. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies. 21 (2), pp. 238-250. https://doi.org/10.1080/14649373.2020.1759879
Hird, D. 2019. Sentiments like Water: Unsettling Pathologies of Homosexual and Sadomasochistic Desire. in: Lo, V., Berry, C. and Guo, L. (ed.) Film and the Chinese Medical Humanities Routledge.
Wang, C. 2018. The memory of architecture and the architecture of memory: Re-conceptualising diasporic memories through the built heritage of the ‘Indonesian-Chinese’. Belt and Road Initiative: New insights from the perspective of transnational Chinese migration, an international conference jointly organised by the Chinese University of Hong Kong, University of Westminster and Tsinghua University. University of Westminster 02 - 03 Aug 2018
Hird, D. and Geng, S. (ed.) 2018. The Cosmopolitan Dream: Transnational Chinese Masculinities in a Global Age. Hong Kong Hong Kong University Press.
Hird, D. and Geng, S. 2018. Introduction: Transnational Chinese Masculinities in a Global Age. in: Hird, D. and Geng, S. (ed.) The Cosmopolitan Dream: Transnational Chinese Masculinities in a Global Age Hong Kong Hong Kong University Press. pp. 1-26
Hird, D. 2018. Smile yourself happy: Zheng Nengliang and the discursive construction of happy subjects . in: Wielander, G. and Hird, D. (ed.) Chinese Discourses on Happiness Hong Kong Hong Kong University Press. pp. 106-128
Wielander, G. 2018. Happiness in Chinese Socialist Discourse - Ah Q and the "Visible Hand". in: Wielander, G. and Hird, D. (ed.) Chinese Discourses on Happiness Hong Kong Hong Kong University Press. pp. 25-43
Wielander, G. 2018. Introduction: Chinese Happiness, A Shared Discursive Terrain. in: Wielander, G. and Hird, D. (ed.) Chinese Discourses on Happiness Hong Kong Hong Kong University Press. pp. 1-24
Wielander, G. and Hird, D. (ed.) 2018. Chinese Discourses on Happiness. Hong Kong Hong Kong University Press.
Hird, D. 2017. Xi Jinping’s Family Values. China Policy Institute: Analysis.
Hird, D. 2017. In League with Gentlemen: Junzi Masculinity and the Chinese Nation in Cultural Nationalist Discourses. Asia Pacific Perspectives. 15 (1), pp. 14-35.
Hird, D. 2017. Integrationists, Culturalists, and Balancers: Masculinities of London-based professional men from China. 6th conference of Sino-Nordic Women and Gender Studies. University of Oslo 27 - 30 Aug 2017
Hird, D. 2016. Junzi masculinity and the making of contemporary Chinese middle-class men. Constructing Masculinities in Asia. University of San Francisco 03 - 04 Nov 2016
Hird, D. 2016. "Positive energy” (zheng nengliang 正能量) public service adverts in Beijing’s public transport system. Perspectives on Chinese Happiness . University of Westminster 29 - 30 Jun 2016
Ng, H. 2015. Rethinking Censorship in China: The Case of "Snail House (Woju)". in: Bai, R. and Song, G. (ed.) Chinese Television in the Twenty–First Century: Entertaining the Nation Routledge. pp. 87-103