South Korean Musical Theatre: Transnational Encounters, Oxford University Press (under contract).

Book Chapters in Edited Volumes

2023. "Recording the Soundscape of K-Pop," The Cambridge Companion to K-Pop, Cambridge University Press.

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles (selected)

2023. "Performing Asian/American Women, Labor, Resistance, and (De)Compression in The King and I and KPOP," The Drama Review (TDR). Vol 67, No. 3.

2023. “Thrill Me: Queerness, Spectatorship, and the Utopian Performative,” Modern Drama. Vol. 66, No. 1.

2022. “MT/D, or Change: An Anti-Racist Musical Theatre Reading Group,” Studies in Musical Theatre. Vol. 16, No. 1. Edited by Donatella Galella and co-authored by Masi Asare, Jordan Ealey, SAJ, Mathew D. Morrison, Fred Moten, Karen Shimakawa, and Celine Shimizu.

2018. “Domesticating Hedwig: Neoliberal Global Capitalism and Compression in South Korean Musical Theatre,” The Journal of Popular Culture. Vol. 50, No. 2: 421-45.

2017. “Play the Woman: The Feminine Theatricality of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew and Shakespeare and Fletcher’s Henry VIII,Foreign Literature Studies. Co-authored with Gyeonlyung Kim. Vol. 66: 35-54.

2016. “Celebrating Heteroglossic Hybridity: Ready-to-Assemble Broadway-Style Musicals in South Korea,” Studies in Musical Theatre. Vol. 10, No. 3: 343-54.

Academic Book and Performance Reviews

2021. “Everybody’s Talking About Jamie,” Theatre Journal. Vol. 73, No. 3: 429-32.