Mass Capture is now book! Read the glorious Open Access edition. If you’d like to hold it in your hands, buy the beautiful hardcopy edition.

Additional Mass Capture publications:

“A Family Torn Apart as Revealed by the ‘Chinese Immigration 9’ Form.” Findings/Trouvailles, The Champlain Society, 7 February 2019.

Chinese Immigration 9: Certificates That Produced Non-Citizens.” “Shifting the Narrative,” Heritage Matters (Autumn 2018): 18-19. [CI9-HeritageMatters]

“Mass Capture Against Memory: Chinese head tax certificates and the making of noncitizens.” Citizenship Studies 22.4 (2018): 381-400.

“Mass capture: the making of non-citizens and the Mainland Travel Permit for Hong Kong and Macau Residents.” Mobilities 12.2 (2017) : 188-98.

“Anticipating Citizenship: Chinese Head Tax Photographs.” Feeling Photography. Eds. Elspeth Brown & Thy Phu. Durham: Duke UP, 2014. 159-180.

“Redress Revisited: Citizenship and the Chinese Canadian Head Tax.”
Reconciling Canada: Historical Injustices and the Contemporary Culture of Redress. Eds. Jennifer Henderson & Pauline Wakeham. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2013. 87-99.

Intimacy Among Strangers: Anticipating Citizenship in Chinese Head Tax Photographs.Interventions 15.1, special issue on“Postcolonial Intimacies” (2013): 10-23.

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