- “The Politics of Afro-Asian Intimacies in ‘Jim Crow Tokyo’.” Journal of American Ethnic History, Vol. 39, No. 1 (Fall 2019), pp. 35-65.
- A Gendered Diaspora: Intimacy and Empire in the Making of Japanese America, 1908-1952 (book manuscript under contract at NYU Press)
- “‘Yankee, Why Does a Big Man Like You Fear My Baby?’: The Gendered Politics of the Anti- Japanese Movement, 1908-1024,” (submitted for review at Amerasia Journal, Special Issue: "Rethinking Gendered Citizenship, Intimacy, Sovereignty, and Empire."
- Mr. Kay, Contingent Magazine
- The Sound of the Japanese Diaspora: An Interview with G Yamazawa, Discover Nikkei
- Why Women Have Become Targets in the Immigration Fight, Washington Post
- Hapa Music is Black and Brown: Jhené Aiko and the Problem of Multiracial Self-Representation, Discover Nikkei