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Authored Books

Hockx, Michel (2015) Internet Literature in China. New York: Columbia University Press. (Global Chinese Culture)

Hockx, Michel (2003) Questions of Style. Literary Societies and Literary Journals in Modern China, 1911-1937. Leiden: Brill.

Hockx, Michel (1994) A Snowy Morning: Eight Chinese Poets on the Road to Modernity. Leiden: CNWS.

Edited Book or Journal Volume

Van Crevel, Maghiel, Tan, Tian Yuan and Hockx, Michel, eds. (2009) Text, Performance, and Gender in Chinese Literature and Music: Essays in Honor of Wilt Idema. Leiden: Brill. (Sinica Leidensia, v.92)

Denton, Kirk A. and Hockx, Michel, eds. (2008) Literary Societies of Republican China. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Guttman, Anna, Hockx, Michel and Paizis, George, eds. (2006) The Global Literary Field. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press.

Hockx, Michel and Strauss, Julia, eds. (2005) Culture in the Contemporary PRC. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (China Quarterly Special Issues, New Series, no. 6)

Hockx, Michel and Smits, Ivo, eds. (2003) Reading East Asian Writing: The Limits of Literary Theory. London: Routledge Curzon.

Hockx, Michel, ed. (1999) The Literary Field of Twentieth-Century China. Honolulu: University of Hawaii; Richmond: Curzon Press.

Book Chapters

Hockx, Michel (2012) 'Wenxue shetuan de zhiyehua: yi Nan she wei li (The Professionalization of Literary Societies: The Case of the Southern Society).' In: Wu, Shengqing and Gao, Jiaqian, (eds.), Shuqing chuantong yu weixin shidai (The Lyrical Tradition and the Era of Reform). Shanghai: Shanghai wenyi chubanshe, pp. 3-23.

Hockx, Michel (2011) 'Print Culture and the New Media in Postsocialist China.' In: Jones, Sara and Nehru, Meesha, (eds.), Writing under Socialism. Nottingham: Critical, Cultural and Communications Press, pp. 29-41.

Hockx, Michel (2010) 'Print Culture and Literary Societies.' In: Chang, Kang-i Sun and Owen, Stephen, (eds.), The Cambridge History of Chinese Literature. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 542-555.

Hockx, Michel (2010) 'Recent Changes in Print Culture and the Advent of the New Media.' In: Chang, Kang-i Sun and Owen, Stephen, (eds.), The Cambridge History of Chinese Literature. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 697-705.

Tan, Tian Yuan (2009) 'Rethinking Li Kaixian’s Editorship of Revised Plays by Yuan Masters: A Comparison with his Banter about Lyrics.' In: Van Crevel, Maghiel, Tan, Tian Yuan and Hockx, Michel, (eds.), Text, Performance, and Gender in Chinese Literature and Music: Essays in Honor of Wilt Idema. Leiden: Brill, pp. 139-152.

Hockx, Michel (2009) 'Perverse Poems and Suspicious Salons: The Friday School in Modern Chinese Literature.' In: Rojas, Carlos and Chow, Eileen Cheng-yin, (eds.), Rethinking Chinese Popular Culture: Cannibalizations of the Canon. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 15-39.

Hockx, Michel (2008) 'The Involutionary Tradition in Modern Chinese Literature.' In: Louie, Kam, (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Modern Chinese Culture. Cambridge University Press, pp. 235-252.

Hockx, Michel (2008) 'What's in a Date? May Fourth in Modern Chinese Literary History.' In: Lomová, Olga, (ed.), Paths towards Modernity: Conference to Mark the Centenary of Jaroslav Prusek. Prague: The Karolinum Press, pp. 291-306.

Hockx, Michel (2007) 'Gentility in a Shanghai Literary Salon in the 1930s.' In: Berg, Daria and Starr, Chloe, (eds.), The Quest for Gentility in China: Negotiations Beyond Gender and Class. Routledge, pp. 58-72.

Hijjas, Mulaika (2006) 'The Travels of Syair Sultan Abdul Muluk.' In: Guttman, Anna, Hockx, Michel and Paizis, George, (eds.), The Global Literary Field. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, pp. 152-164.

Fuehrer, Bernhard (2003) 'Did the Master Instruct His Followers to Attack Heretics? A Note on Readings of Lunyu 2.16.' In: Hockx, Michel and Smits, Ivo, (eds.), Reading East Asian Writing. The Limits of Literary Theory. London: Routledge Curzon, pp. 117-58.

Hockx, Michel (2003) 'Literary Communities and the Production of Literature.' In: Mostow, J, (ed.), The Columbia Companion to Modern East Asian Literature. New York: Columbia University Press, pp. 315-323.

Dodd, Stephen (2003) 'Making Space: Kunikida Doppo and the 'Native Place' Ideal in Meiji Literature.' In: Hockx, Michel and Smits, Ivo, (eds.), Reading East Asian Writing: The Limits of Literacy Theory. London: Routledge Curzon, pp. 240-254.

Hockx, Michel (2001) 'Wu Xinghua, the Poetics of New Poetry, and the Taiwanese Poetry Scene of the 1950s.' In: Neder, Christina, Roetz, Heiner and Schilling, Ines-Susanne, (eds.), China and her Biographical Dimensions: Commemorative Essays for Helmut Martin. Wiesbaden: Harrossowitz Verlag, pp. 313-329.

Journal Article

Hockx, Michel (2012) 'The Literary Field and the Field of Power: The Case of Modern China.' Paragraph, 35 (1). pp. 49-65.

Hockx, Michel (2012) 'Lianjie guoqu: Zhongguo dalu wangluo wenxue shequ jiqi xiansheng (Links with the Past: Mainland China's Online Literary Communities and Their Antecedents).' Wangluo wenxue pinglun, 2. pp. 25-40.

Hockx, Michel (2011) 'Wangluo zhi zhu: Chen Cun yu lianxubuduan de xiandaixing (Master of the Web: Chen Cun and the Continuous Avant-Garde).' Dangdai zuojia pinglun (5). pp. 93-101.

Hockx, Michel (2008) 'Wenxueshi duandai yu zhishi shengchan: lun "wu si" wenxue (The Periodization of Literary History and the Production of Knowledge: On "May Fourth" Literature).' Wenhua yu shixue (6). pp. 109-120.

Hockx, Michel (2005) 'To tong or Not to tong: The Problem of Communication in Modern Chinese Poetics.' Monumenta Serica. Journal of Oriental Studies, 53 (2005). pp. 261-72.

Hockx, Michel and Strauss, Julia (2005) 'Introduction to The China Quarterly Volume 183.' The China Quarterly, 183. pp. 523-531.

Hockx, Michel (2005) 'Virtual Chinese Literature: A Comparative Case Study of Online Poetry Communities.' The China Quarterly, 183. pp. 670-691.

Hockx, Michel (2004) 'Links with the Past: Mainland China's Online Literary Communities and Their Antecedents.' Journal of Contemporary China, 13 (38). pp. 105-27.

Hockx, Michel (2002) '"Kuangnan chinü: yuedu Chen Hengzhe, Lu Xun he _Xin qingnian_ de fangshi" (Mad Men and Crazy Women: Ways of Reading Chen Hengzhe, Lu Xun and _New Youth_).' Xiandai Zhongguo (Modern China), vol. 2. pp. 94-102.

Hockx, Michel (2000) 'Changing One's Style: Liu Bannong and Modern Chinese Prose Poetry.' Journal of Modern Literature in Chinese, 3 (no2. pp. 83-117.

Hockx, Michel (1999) 'Is There A May Fourth Literature? A Reply to Wang Xiaoming.' Modern Chinese Literature and Culture, 11, no. pp. 40-52.

Hockx, Michel (1998) 'In Defence of the Censor: Literary Autonomy and State Authority in Shanghai, 1930-1936.' Journal of Modern Literature in Chinese, 2 (1). pp. 1-30.

Hockx, Michel (1998) 'The Literary Association and the Literary Field of Republican China.' The China Quarterly, 153. pp. 49-81.

Hockx, Michel (1996) 'Born Poet and Born Lover: Wang Jingzhi’s Love Poetry within the May Fourth Context.' Modern Chinese Literature, 9 (2). pp. 261-295.

Translations

Hockx, Michel, Af Sandeberg, Maria, Kwan, Uganda Sze Pui, Payne, Christopher Neil and Rosenmeier, Christopher, trans. (2011) Touches of History: An Entry into 'May Fourth' China by Chen Pingyuan. Leiden: Brill.

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