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Wang, Eugene. “Lu Xun”. Dictionary of Art 18 (1996). Print.
Wang, Eugene. “Whose Paradise Is It Anyway?--The Lotus Sutra Tableau in Cave 217 at Dunhuang”. Orientations (1996): , 44-49. Print.
Wang, Eugene. “Of Text and Texture: The Cultural Relevance of Xu Bing’s Art”. Xu Bing: Language Lost, Exhibition catalogue. Mass. College of Art, 1995. 7-15. Print.
Wang, Eugene. “Mirror, Death, and Rhetoric—Reading Later Han Chinese Bronze Artifacts”. The Art Bulletin VLXXVI.3 (1994): , VLXXVI, 3, 511-34. Print.
Wang, Eugene. “Anxiety of Portraiture: Ancestral Image-making in Post-Mao China”. Politics, Ideology, and the Literary Discourse in Modern China. Ed. K. Liu & X. Tang. Durham: Duke University Press, 1993. 243-72. Print.Abstract

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Wang, Eugene. “Melodrama as Historical Understanding: The Making and the Unmaking of Communist History”. Melodrama and Asian Cinema. Ed. W. Dissanayake. Cambridge University Press, 1993. 73-100. Print.
Wang, Eugene. “The Rhetoric of Mirror, Shadow, and Moon:Samsaraand the Problem of Self-Representation in China”. East-West Film Journal 52 (1991): , 5, 2, 69-92. Print.
Wang, Eugene. “Cinematic Other and the Cultural Self?”. Wide Angle XI.2 (1989): , XI, 2, 32-39. Print.
Wang, Eugene. “Red Sorghum: Mixing Memory and Desire”. Public Culture (1989): , 31-53. Print.Abstract

Reprinted in Perspective on Chinese Cinema, edited by C. Berry, 80-113. London: British Film Institute, 1991

Wang, Eugene. “Old Well: a Womb or a Tomb?”. Framework 35 (1988): , 35, 73-82. Print.