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Stevenson, Mark (2014) One as form and shadow: Theater and the space of sentimentality in nineteenth-century Beijing. Frontiers of History in China, 9 (2). 225 - 246. ISSN 1673-3401

Wu, Cuncun and Stevenson, Mark (2010) Speaking of Flowers: Theatre, Public Culture, and Homoerotic Writing in Nineteenth-Century Beijing. Asian Theatre Journal, 27 (1). pp. 100-129. ISSN 0742-5457

Stevenson, Mark (2010) Sound, Space and Moral Soundscapes in Ruyijun zhuan and Chipozi zhuan. Nan Nu, 12 (2). pp. 255-310. ISSN 13876805 (print) 1568-5268 (online)

Stevenson, Mark and Cuncun, Wu (2008) Notes on Flower Appreciation in the Phoenix City. Renditions (69). pp. 34-61. ISSN 0377-3515

Stevenson, Mark (2006) Ten poems on Yangzhou. Renditions (66). pp. 40-51. ISSN 0377-3515

Stevenson, Mark and Cuncun, Wu (2004) Quilts and quivers: dis/covering Chinese male homoeroticism. Tamkang review, 35 (1). pp. 119-167. ISSN 0049-2949

Stevenson, Mark and Wu, Cuncun (2003) Zhaojun's dream. Renditions, 59-60. pp. 154-180. ISSN 0377-3515

Stevenson, Mark (2003) Shawo Tshering and the Tibetan painters of Rebkong. TAASA Review : the journal of the Asian Arts Society of Australia, 12 (1). pp. 11-13. ISSN 1037-6674

Stevenson, Mark and Wu, Cuncun (2003) Xue Dan: Zhaojun's Dream. Renditions: a Chinese-English translation magazine (59 & 60 (Spring and Autumn) The Faces of a Chinese Beauty: Wang Zhaojun). pp. 154-180. ISSN 0377-3515

Stevenson, Mark and Wu, Cuncun (2002) A Tale of an infatuated woman. Renditions, 58. pp. 47-97. ISSN 0377-3515

Book Section

Stevenson, Mark (2016) Time Travel in Tibet: Tantra, Terma and Tulku. In: The Buddhist World. Powers, J, ed. The Routledge worlds . Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 121-137.

Stevenson, Mark (2016) Theatre and the Text-Spatial Reproduction of Literati and Mercantile Masculinities in Nineteenth Century Beijing. In: Changing Chinese Masculinities: From Imperial Pillars of State to Global Real Men. Louie, K, ed. Transnational Asian Masculinities, 1 . Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong, pp. 51-71.

Wu, Cuncun and Stevenson, Mark (2011) Karmic Retribution and Moral Didactism in Erotic Fiction from the Late Ming and Early Qing. In: Ming Qing Studies 2011. Santangelo, Paolo, ed. Arcane, Rome, pp. 467-486.

Stevenson, Mark (2010) A window on Rebkong : architecture, technology and social change in Amdo Tibetan communities. In: New Views of Tibetan Culture. Templeman, David, ed. Monash papers on Tibet (1). Monash University Press, Caulfield, Victoria, pp. 21-41.

Brodzeli, Zourab, Baxter, Gregory W, Collins, Stephen F, Canning, John, Stevenson, Mark and Buryak, Alex (2008) Low Cost Interrogation Technique for a FBG Sensor for Combined Transverse and Longitudinal Strain Measurement. In: 19th International Conference on Optical Fibre Sensors (Proc. SPIE 7004). SPIE, p. 700466.

Wu, Cuncun and Stevenson, Mark (2006) Male Love Lost: The Fate of Male Same-Sex Prostitution in Beijing in the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries. In: Embodied Modernities : Corporeality, Representation, and Chinese Cultures. Martin, Fran and Heinrich, Larissa, eds. University of Hawai'i Press, Honolulu, Honolulu, USA, pp. 42-59.


Stevenson, Mark and Wu, Cuncun, eds. (2013) Homoeroticism in Imperial China: A Sourcebook. Routledge, London.

Stevenson, Mark (2005) Many paths: searching for old Tibet in new China. Lothian Books, South Melbourne, Victoria.

Stevenson, Mark (2005) Many Paths : Searching for Old Tibet in New China. Lothian, South Melbourne.