Looking Forward, Turning Back: Ni no kuni as a Renegotiation of the Animēshon Concept

The Intersection of Animation, Video Games, and Music: Making Movement Sing」, co-author Rayna Denison, eds. Lisa Scoggin and Dana Plank, Routledge, 2023.


グローバル・アニメ論」, trans. Miyamoto Yuko, eds. Ishida Minori and Joon Yang Kim, Seikyusha, 2022.

Review: Chinese Animation and Socialism: From Animators' Perspectives edited by Daisy Yan Du

Animation in Times of Pandemic

Transcommunication, vol. 8(2), fall 2021.

Beyond Anime? Rethinking Japanese Animation History Through Early Animated Television Commercials

Animation and Advertising, eds. Malcolm Cook and Kirsten Moana Thompson, Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. (Honourable Mention, Best Edited Collection 2021, British Association of Film, Television, and Screen Studies / Commendation, McLaren-Lambart Award for Best Scholarly Book on Animation 2021, Society for Animation Studies)

Profile: Helena Smith Dayton

In Search of a 'New Wind': Experimental, Labor Intensive, and Intermedial Animation in 1950s and 60s Japan

Animation Studies Online Journal, May 28, 2019. (Winner, Best Graduate Student Paper 2019, Society for Animation Studies)

Review: A New History of Animation by Maureen Furniss

Film Quarterly 70, no. 4, 2017.

Festival Report: Animated Works at the 2017 Taipei Film Festival

Animation Studies 2.0, July 24, 2017.