Book Chapters

(2022) “Rising, becoming, overcoding – On Chinese nationalism in The Wandering Earth.” In: Irfan Ahmad and Kang Jie (Eds.), The nation Form in the Global Age (pp. 155-174). London: Palgrave.

Schiller, M., & de Kloet, J. (2021). German Longings: A Dialogue about the Promises and Dangers of National Stereotypes. In O. Seibt, M. Ringsmut, & D-E. Wickström (Eds.), Made in Germany : Studies in Popular Music (pp. 90-98). (Routledge Global Popular Music Series). Routledge.

Chow, Y. F., Chong, G. P. L., & de Kloet, J. (2020). Coda: Rolling Back Towards a Trans-Asia Future? In J. de Kloet, Y. F. Chow, & G. P. L. Chong (Eds.), Trans-Asia as Method: Theory and Practices (pp. 211-216). (Asian Cultural Studies: Transnational and Dialogic Approaches). Rowman & Littlefield International.

Chong, G. P. L., Chow, Y. F., & de Kloet, J. (2020). Introduction: Toward Trans-Asia: Projects, Possibilities, Paradoxes. In J. de Kloet, Y. F. Chow, & G. P. L. Chong (Eds.), Trans-Asia as Method: Theory and Practices (pp. 1-24). (Asian Cultural Studies: Transnational and Dialogic Approaches). Rowman & Littlefield International.

Chow, Y. F., de Kloet, J., & Schmidt, L. (2020). Performing the Political: Reflections on Tatming Meeting George Orwell in 2017. In A. Fung, & A. Chik (Eds.), Made in Hong Kong: Studies in Popular Music (pp. 168-180). (Routledge Global Popular Music Series). Routledge.

Vermeeren, L., & de Kloet, J. (2020). ’We are not like the calligraphers of ancient times’: A study of young calligraphy practitioners in contemporary China. In V. Frangville, & G. Gaffric (Eds.), China’s Youth Cultures and Collective Spaces: Creativity, Sociality, Identity and Resistance (pp. 219-234). (Routledge contemporary Asian societies). Routledge.

Chow, Y. F., & de Kloet, B. (2020). What is the “Trans” in Trans-Asia? In J. de Kloet, Y. F. Chow, & G. P. L. Chong (Eds.), Trans-Asia as Method: Theory and Practices (pp. 43-57). (Asian Cultural Studies: Transnational and Dialogic Approaches). Rowman & Littlefield International.

(2020). Beijing Ring Roads and the Poetics of Excess and Ordinariness. In R. Forrest, J. Ren, & B. Wissink (Eds.), The City in China: New Perspectives on Contemporary Urbanism (pp. 145-161). Bristol University Press.

With Chow Yiu Fai, “Out in the Undercurrents: Queer Politics in Hong Kong Popular Music.” In F. Maus & S. Whiteley (eds.) Oxford Handbook on Queerness and Music. 2019. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 1-21, DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199793525.013.80.

de Kloet, J., Chow, Y. F., & Deng, Z. L. (2019). How Does Failure Look Like? In J. de Kloet, Y. F. Chow, & Z. L. Deng (Eds.), The Book of Failure (pp. 7-16). Publication Studio Pearl River Delta.

de Kloet, B. J. (2019). I Fail to Archive My Pictures. In J. de Kloet, Y. F. Chow, & Z. L. Deng (Eds.), The Book of Failure (pp. 126-131). Publication Studio Pearl River Delta.

de Kloet, J., Chow, Y. F., & Scheen, L. (2019). Introduction: We Must Create? In J. de Kloet, Y. F. Chow, & L. Scheen (Eds.), Boredom, Shanzhai, and Digitisation in the Time of Creative China (pp. 13-38). (Asian Visual Cultures). Amsterdam University Press.,

“Pure Love? Sanitized, Gendered and Multiple Modernities in Chinese Cinemas.” In: Bart Barendregt & Chris Hudson (Eds.), Globalization and Modernity in Asia – Performative Moments. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press (2018): 195-214.

Peeren, E., Celikates, R., de Kloet, J., & Poell, T. (2018). Introduction: Global Cultures of Contestation. In E. Peeren, R. Celikates, J. de Kloet, & T. Poell (Eds.), Global Cultures of Contestation: Mobility, Sustainability, Aesthetics & Connectivity (pp. 1-26). (Palgrave Studies in Globalization, Culture and Society). Palgrave Macmillan.

de Kloet, B. J. (2018). Umbrellas and Revolutions: The Aesthetics of the Hong Kong Protests. In E. Peeren, J. de Kloet, T. Poell, & R. Celikates (Eds.), Global Cultures of Contestation: Mobility, Sustainability, Aesthetics & Connectivity (pp. 151-170). (Palgrave Studies in Globalization, Culture and Society ). Palgrave Macmillan.

With David Nieborg, A Patchwork of Potential: A Survey of the European Game Industry. In: A. Fung (ed.) Global Game Industries and Cultural Policy. London: Palgrave Macmillan (forthcoming in 2017).

“Sanitized Modernities: Love and Romance in Chinese Cinemas.” In: Bart Barendregt & Chris Hudson (Eds.), Performative Publics and Global Modernities in Asia. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press (Forthcoming in 2017).

With Leonie Schmidt, “Bricolage: the role of media.” In: The International Encyclopedia of Media Effects, eds. Roessler, Patrick, Cynthia Hoffner, Liesbet van Zoonen. New York: Wiley (Forthcoming in 2017).

With Yiu Fai Chow, “Shanzhai culture, Dafen art, and copyright.” In: Koichi Iwabuchi, Eva Stai and Chris Berry (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of east Asian Popular Culture. London: Routledge, 2017: 229-241.

With Wang Qian, “Market, capital, and politics in the Chinese music industry.” In: Michael Keane (ed.), Handbook of Cultural and Creative Industries in China. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (2016): 293-310.

“Rescuing History from the City,” In: Christoph Lindner & Shirley Jordan (Eds.), Cities Interrupted – Urban Space and Visual Culture. London: Bloomsburry (2016): 31-48.

With Jaap Kooijman, “Psy, The Wondergirls and the Unpopular.” In: Martin Lüthe & Sascha Pöhlmann (Eds.), Unpopular Culture, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press (2016): 113-128.

“Imagining a Disappearing and Reappearing Chinese City,” In J. de Kloet and L. Scheen (Eds.) Spectacle and the City – Urbanity in Popular Culture and Art in East Asia, Cities and Cultures series. Amsterdam: Amsterdam UP, 2013: pp 77-96.

With Stefan Landsberger, “Fandom, Politics and the Super Girl Contest in a Globalized China,” in: Koos Zwaan and Joost de Bruin (Eds.) Adapting Idols: Authenticity, Identity and Performance in a Global Television Format, Surrey: Ashgate (1912): 135-150. [PDF]

With Gladys Pak Lei Chong and Zeng Guohua, “Security with Chinese Characteristics? The 2008 Beijing Olympics,” in: Vida Bajc (Ed.), Securing the Olympics, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan (2016): 319-343.

With Yiu Fai Chow (2014). Nirvana, 張藝謀, 亞洲的角色: 視覺與批判. In K.C. Lo (Ed.), 再見亞洲: 全球化時代的解構與重建 (pp. 165-176). Hong Kong: Chinese University Press.

“Televisie en Aziatische hybridisering.” In: Maarten Reesink en Joke Hermes (Eds.) Televisiestudies, Den Haag: Boom, 2011: 213–227.

With Gladys Pak Lei Chong, “De meeste dromen zijn bedrog? De Olympische Spelen en de mondiale beeldvorming,” In P. Ho (ed.) Paradoxaal China. Almere: Parthenon, 2011: 77-93.

With Gladys Pak Lei Chong and Stefan Landsberger, “The Internal Dimension of Chinese Public Diplomacy: Imagining the New Olympic Citizen,” in: J. Wang (ed.) The Middle Kingdom (Re)-imagined: How China Tells Its Story to the World, New York: Rowan & Littlefield, 2011: 117-134.

“Youth Rock Music,” in: John D.H. Downing (ed.) Encyclopedia of Social Movement Media, Los Angelas: Sage., 2011: 558-559.

“The Aesthetics of Demolition, Decay and Disposability,” in: Sukhdev Sandhu, Leaving The Factory: Wang Bing’s Tie Xi Qu: West of the Tracks, New York: Texte und Tone, 2009.

“Media en populaire cultuur: nieuwe vormen van cultureel burgerschap?,” in: Woei-lien Chong and Tak-wing Ngo (eds.), China in Verandering – Balans en toekomst van de hervormingen. Almere, Parthenon (2008): 120-142.

With Jan Teurlings, “Digital convergence ten years later: Broadcast your selves and web karaoke,” in: Jaap Kooijman, Patricia Pisters and Wanda Strauven (eds.), Mind the Screen – Media Concepts According to Thomas Elsaesser. Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press (2008): 345-359. [PDF]

With Giselinde Kuipers, “Global Flows and Local Identifications? The Lord of the Rings and the Cross-National Reception of Characters and Genres,” In: Martin Barker & Ernest Matthijs, Watching the Lord of the Rings: Tolkien’s World Audiences. New York: Peter Lang (2008), 131-148.

With Liesbet van Zoonen, “Fan Culture – Performing Difference,” in: Eoin Devereux (ed.), Media Studies: Key Issues and Debates. London, Sage (2007), 322-341. [PDF]

“Een pleidooi voor multiculturele vervuiling,” in: Francio Guadeloupe & Vincent de Rooij (eds.) Zo zijn onze manieren – Visies op multiculturaliteit in Nederland. Amsterdam, Rozenberg (2007), 179-190. [PDF]

“Saved by Betrayal? Ang Lee’s Translations of “Chinese” Family Ideology,” in P. Pisters & W. Staat, Shooting the Family: Transnational Media and Intercultural Values, pp. 117-132. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press (2005). An earlier version is published in Chinese under the title Jiang Beipan Yongyu Zhengjiu – Li’an Dianying Zhong De Jiating Quanshi, in Shijie Dianying [Movie World], February 2005: 50 – 62. [PDF]

With Andreas Steen, “Popular Music in Shanghai,” in J. Shepherd, D. Horn & D. Laing, The Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World. London: Continuum International, 2005.

Nine entries for the Routledge Encyclopedia of Contemporary Chinese Culture (edited by E. Davis), London: Routledge.

“Confusing Confucius: Rock in Contemporary China,” in: M. Cloonan & R. Garofalo (eds.) Policing Popular Music, 166-185. Philadelphia: Temple University Press (2003).

”Marx or Market: Chinese Rock and the Sound of Fury,” in: J.K.W. Lau (Ed.), Multiple Modernities – Cinema and Popular Media in Transcultural East Asia, pp. 28-53 Philadelphia: Temple University Press (2003).

“Commercial Fantasies: China’s Music Industry.” In: S.H. Donald, M. Keane & Y. Hong (Eds.), Media Futures in China, Consumption, Content and Crisis, pp. 93 – 104, London & Surrey: Routledge / Curzon Press (2002).

Internet, Development and Education – An Exploratory Study of Internet Usage in Asia. Report published on-line by International Institute of Infonomics, available at (2000).

“Let Him Fucking See the Green Smoke Beneath my Groin – The Mythology of Chinese Rock,” in: A. Dirlik & X. Zhang (eds.), Postmodernism and China, pp. 239 – 274, Durham: Duke University Press (2000).

With Chow Yiufai, “Bekijk het Maar!” in: I. Meijer & M. Reesink (eds.) Big Brother! Reality Soap en de Opkomst van het Multi Media Concept, pp. 120-129, Amsterdam: Boom (2000).

“Audiences in Wonderland: The Reception of Rock Music in China,” in: T. Mitchell & P. Doyle (eds.), Changing Sounds – New Directions and Configurations in Popular Music. pp. 130-144, Sydney: University of Technology (2000).

“Living in Confusion, Remembering Clearly – Chinese Rock,” In: Mitsui, T (ed.), Popular Music: Intercultural Interpretations. Pp. 38 – 51. Kanazawa University & Hoyu Printing: Kanazawa. 1998; also published in: Crawdaddy, Encinitas, USA, no. 18, p. 1-4, 1997.