RESEARCH

Interests include women's storytelling; feminist epistemologies & subjectivities; orientalism; colonialism; decolonisation; early/settler Chinese diaspora literature and history in the 'Gold Mountain' white settler nations around the Pacific Rim; and intersections between poetry and history.

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PUBLICATIONS

"Silence and Violence Against Women of Colour: Remembering Eunji Ban and Renea Lau." Feminist Writers Festival. 

23 October 2018.

"Gold Mountain Sisters." Women's Museum of California.                     18 Jan 2017.

"Speaking as a Settler Chinese Woman in Aotearoa New Zealand." Hecate 42.1. 2016.

"Beneath the Long White Cloud: Settler Chinese Women's Storytelling in Aotearoa New Zealand." PhD Thesis. University of Melbourne. 2016.

"Desiring to Believe." The Monist 85.3. July 2002.

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CONFERENCE PAPERS

"Orienting Settler Chinese Women's Storytelling in Aotearoa New Zealand." Dragon Tails, Translation and Transformation Conference. Victoria University, Wellington. 20-23 Nov 2019.

"Performing 'Chinese Woman' in Aotearoa New Zealand." Desire, Excess, and Twentieth to Twenty-First Century Women's Writing Conference. University of Queensland, Brisbane. 8-10 Feb 2017.

"Chinese Women in New Zealand: A Gross and Bitter Evil." Chinese Women in the Southern Diaspora History Symposium. University of Wollongong, Wollongong. 5 Dec 2014.