“Redefining China's Outer Limits: Colonial Photography on Taiwan's Sino-Japanese Frontier, 1895-1940”, Paul D. Barclay, Lafayette College

“Violence and the Photographic Encounter”, Sarah E. Fraser, Northwestern University

“Photographs of Public Executions in China”, James Hevia, University of Chicago

“Sha Fei’s Revisions of the Great Wall in Chinese Wartime Photography”, Eliza Ho, The Ohio State University

“Invitation to a Beheading: Chinese Identity under Colonial Gaze”, Leo Ou-fan Lee, Chinese University of Hong Kong

“Imaging Ideology in Meiji Japan: The Graphic and Photographic Representations of Nation and Empire”, Austin Parks, Northwestern University

“Camerawork as Technical Practice in Colonial India”, Christopher Pinney, University College London

“Hybrid China: Early Chinese Industrial Photography”, Chris Reed, The Ohio State University

“Picturing Photography, Abstracting Pictures: The Domain of Images in Republican Shanghai”, William Schaefer, University of California, Berkeley

“Transferring the Image: The Acceptance of Photography in China” (co-authored by Jeff Cody), Frances Terpak, The Getty Research Institute

“Photographing Peripheral Nationals in China (1928-1936): The Case of Ethnographic Photographs Taken by Institute of History and Philology Scholars”, Wang Ming-ke, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, Taipei

“Ethnic Encounter in the Marketplace: Rui Yifu's Ethnographic Photography in Southwest China”, Wang Peng-hui, National Taiwan University

“The Camera and the City: Perspectives from Shanghai and Chongqing”, Yeh Wen-hsin, University of California, Berkeley

“The Supremacy of Modern Time: How Shanghai Calendars Re-shaped the Image of China (1860-1920)”, Zhang Shaoqian, Northwestern University