Tse, J.K.H. The Secular in a Sheet of Scattered Sand: Cantonese Protestants and Postsecular Publics on the Pacific Rim. (under preliminary agreement, University of Notre Dame Press)
Tse, J.K.H. and Jonathan Y. Tan, eds. (2016). Theological Reflections on the Hong Kong Umbrella Movement. New York: Palgrave MacMillan.
Tse, J.K.H. (2019). Geographies of religion as theological ontologies: a difficult rapprochement with religious studies. Bulletin in the Study of Religion, 48(1-2), 19-26.
Tse, J.K.H. (2019). Attending to the movements of my heart: an Asian American conversion from ‘uniatism’ in the ‘model minority.’ Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies, 59.
Abridged version (2018) published in Ukrainian as Дослухаючись до порухів свого серця: азійсько-американський перехід від «уніатизму» до «взірцевої меншини», in Патріярхат [The Patratriarchate], 6(470) with English original online.
Tse, J.K.H. (2016). A tale of three bishops: ideologies of Chineseness and global cities in Vancouver’s Anglican realignment. Ching Feng: A Journal on Christianity and Chinese Religion and Culture, 15(1-2), 103-130.
Dwyer, Claire L., Tse, J.K.H., and Ley, David. (2016). ‘Highway to Heaven’: the creation of a multicultural, religious landscape in suburban Richmond, British Columbia. Social and Cultural Geography, 17(5), 667-693.
Tse, J.K.H. (2016). Tips for Teaching: guest lecturing on geographies of religion: interviewing my colleagues’ students, focusing on tangents. Bulletin for the Study of Religion, 45(2), 55-61.
Tse, J.K.H. (2015). Liberal Protestant Chinatown: social gospel geographies in Chinese San Francisco. Chinese America: History and Perspectives – The Journal of the Chinese Historical Society of America, 29-46.
Tse, J.K.H. (2015). If capital is a god: on the theological reconciliation of two Davids in urban geography. Syndicate: A New Forum for Theology, 2(2), 112-118.
Tse, J.K.H. (2015).First as Sociology, Then as Geography: review essay on Steven Sutcliffe and Ingvild Saelid Gilhus’s New Age Spiritualities: Rethinking Religion. Bulletin for the Study of Religion, 44(1), 39-43.
Tse, J.K.H. (2015). Under the Umbrella: Grounded Christian Theologies and Democratic Working Alliances in Hong Kong. Review of Religion and Chinese Society, 2(1), 109-142.
Tse, J.K.H. (2014). Difference and the Establishment: An Asian Canadian Senior Pastor’s Evangelical Spatiality at Tenth Avenue Alliance Church in Vancouver, BC. Relegens Thréskeia, 3(2), 24-56.
Tse, J.K.H. (2014). Placing neoliberal Jesuses: doing public geography with the historical Jesus. Forum on James Crossley’s Jesus in an Age of Neoliberalism. Bulletin for the Study of Religion, 43(3), 3-9.
Tse, J.K.H. (2014). Grounded theologies: ‘religion’ and the ‘secular’ in human geography. Progress in Human Geography, 38(2), 201-220.
Tse, J.K.H. and Waters, Johanna L. (2013). Transnational youth transitions: becoming adults between Hong Kong and Vancouver, Canada. Global Networks, 13(4), 535-550.
Tse, J.K.H. (2011). Making a Cantonese-Christian family: quotidian habits of language and background in a transnational Hongkonger church. Population, Space, Place: A Journal of Population Geography. Special Issue: Migration and Everyday Matters: Materiality and Sociality, Ho, E. and Dobson, M. (eds.). 17(6), 756-768.
Tse, J.K.H. ‘Fraught’ Chineseness: ‘Chinese Christians’ in the Vancouver Sun. Ch. 8, in Ecclesial Diversity in Chinese Christianity, eds. Alexander Chow and Easten Law. (accepted and forthcoming)
Tse, J.K.H. One Family, Many Systems? Ecumenical alliances and the defense of the domestic in post-handover Hong Kong. Gathered in My Name: Ecumenism in the World Church, ed. William T. Cavanaugh. (forthcoming).
Tse, J.K.H. 2020. ‘The open letter to the evangelical church’ and its discontents: the online politics of Asian American evangelicals, 2013-2016. Ch. 7 in, Faith, Fellowship, and Flows, eds. Catherine Gomes, Orlando Woods, and Lily Kong. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. 179-201.
Tse, J.K.H. (2019). ‘Cultural geography,’ ch. 17, in N. Roubekas, ed., Theorizing ‘Religion’ in Antiquity. Sheffield: Equinox. 361-380.
Tse, J.K.H. (2018). Spiritual propositions: the American evangelical intelligentsia and the supernatural order, in Spaces of Spirituality, eds. Nadia Bartolini, Sara McKian, and Steve Pile. New York and London: Routledge.
Tse, J.K.H. (2016). ‘Introduction: The Umbrella Movement and Liberation Theology,’ ‘Chapter 1: The Umbrella Movement and the Political Apparatus: Understanding “One Country, Two Systems,”’ ‘Epilogue: Conscientization in the Aftermath of the Umbrella Movement,’ in Justin K.H. Tse and Jonathan Y. Tan, eds. Theological Reflections on the Hong Kong Umbrella Movement. New York: Palgrave MacMillan (chapters single-authored).
Ley, D. and Tse, J.K.H. (2013). Homo religiosus? Religion and immigrant subjectivities. Chapter 9, In L. Kong, E. Olson, and P. Hopkins, Religion and Place: landscape, politics, piety. New York: Springer. 149-165.
Tse, J.K.H. (2020). “Sing Hallelujah to the Lord”: Secular Christianities on Hong Kong’s Civic Square. Forum on Figuring publics. The Immanent Frame.
Tse, J.K.H. (2014). On Oprah and Rob Bell as experiments in incarnation: a response to James Wellman. University of Chicago Divinity School Web Forum, September 2014.
Tse, J.K.H. 2015. Symposium Introduction, John Milbank, Beyond Secular Order: The Representation of Being and the Representation of the People.Syndicate: A New Forum for Theology.
Tse, J.K.H. 2015. Symposium Introduction, Thomas Pfau, Minding the Modern: Human Agency, Intellectual Traditions, and Responsible Knowledge. Syndicate: A New Forum for Theology.
Tse, J.K.H. 2015. Symposium Introduction, Gil Anidjar, Blood: A Critique of Christianity. Syndicate: A New Forum for Theology.
Tse, J.K.H. (2014). Symposium Introduction and Mapping the Umbrella Movement: Uncovering Grounded Theologies in Hong Kong. Syndicate: A New Forum for Theology, 1(4), 78-79, 99-106.
Tse, J.K.H. (2020). 蒙上眼睛，就以爲看不見 Repress your eyes, so you thought you couldn’t see it. Inheritance.
Tse, J.K.H. (2017). Getting Off the Fence: how Eastern Catholicism got me intellectually unstuck through Hong Kong’s occupy protest. Inheritance, 58.
Tse, J.K.H. (2013). Subverting the culture war: why I am a Christian in the secular university and not a culture warrior. Converge Magazine, vol. 11, 36, 38-39.
Tse, J.K.H. (2012). Out of order: Chris and Annie Fong aren’t typical Chinese Christians, nor should they be. Converge Magazine, vol. 7, 28-30.
Tse, J.K.H. (2011). Hearing a different kind of evangelical. Profile: Pastor Ken Shigematsu, Tenth Church, Vancouver. Ricepaper Magazine: Asian Canadian Arts and Culture, 16(3), The Hybrid Issue, 54-57.
Policy Working Papers
Dwyer, Claire L., Tse, J.K.H., and Ley, David. (2013). Immigrant integration and religious transnationalism: the case of the ‘Highway to Heaven’ in Richmond, RIIM Centre of Excellence: Metropolis BC, WP 13-06.
Tse, J.K.H. (2016). ‘Chinese for Christ,’ ‘Episcopal/Anglican Tradition,’ ‘Evangelical Free Church,’ ‘Asian American Theology,’ ‘Ambassadors for Christ,’ ‘Anglican Mission in the Americas,’ ‘Chinese Christian Herald Crusades,’ ‘CONFAB,’ ‘GO International,’ ‘Ecumenism (Episcopal),’ ‘Family/Family Values,’ ‘Cameron, Donaldina,’ ‘Chuck, Harry,’ ‘Gaither, Bill and Gloria,’ ‘Hashimoto, Hideo,’ ‘Hirabayashi, Gordon,’ ‘Jin, MC’ (with Eugenia Xavier Geisel), ‘Kuno, Emma Fong’ (with Meg Hirai), ‘Kwok, Pui Lan,’ ‘Lum, Ada,’ ‘Mar, Frank,’ ‘Ng Poon Chew,’ ‘Nagano, Paul,’ ‘Phan, Peter,’ ‘Sano, Roy,’ ‘Sigel, Elsie,’ ‘Smith, J. Alfred, Sr.,’ ‘Sun, Yatsen,’ ‘Wake, Lloyd,’ ‘Wang, Thomas,’ ‘Wong, Alan,’ ‘Wong, Gwen,’ ‘Woo, Wesley,’ ‘Yau, Cecilia.’ In Encyclopedia of Christianity in the United States. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.
Tse, J.K.H. (2014). Christianity. In SAGE/Association of Asian American Studies Encyclopedia of Asian American Society. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE. 225-230.
Tse, J.K.H. 2019. Book review: Nicolette Manglos-Weber, Joining the Choir: Religious Membership and Social Trust among Transnational Ghanaians. Sociology of Religion, 80(3), 404-405.
Tse, J.K.H. 2018. Book review: Anne M. Blankenship, Christianity Social Justice, and the Japanese American Incarceration during World War II. Pacific Historical Review, 87(4), 711-712.
Tse, J.K.H. 2017. Book review: Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Joseph Cheah, Theological Reflections on “Gangnam Style”: A Racial, Sexual, and Cultural Critique. Reading Religion. Available online.
Tse, J.K.H. (2016). Book review: Rebecca Y. Kim, The Spirit Moves West: Korean Missionaries in China. Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 84(2), 571-4.
Tse, J.K.H. (2015). Book review: Frédérick Douzet, The Colour of Power: Racial Coalitions and Political Power in Oakland. Canadian Geographer, 59(2), e37-38.
Tse, J.K.H. (2014). Book review: Ellen Wu, The Color of Success: Asian Americans and the Origins of the Model Minority Myth. Amerasia Journal, 40(1), 118-121.
Tse, J.K.H. (2014). Book review: Yifu Tuan, Humanist Geography: An Individual’s Search for Meaning. Canadian Geographer, 58(3), e55-e56.
Tse, J.K.H. (2013). Book review: Sacred Subdivisions: The Postsuburban Transformation of American Evangelicalism. Religious Studies Review, 39(4), 238.
Tse, J.K.H. (2013). Review essay: Working evangelicalisms: deploying fragmented theologies in secular space. Association of American Geographers (AAG) Review of Books, 1(2), 92-97.
Tse, J.K.H. (2013). Book review: Jiwu Wang, “His Dominion” and the “Yellow Peril”: Protestant Missions to Chinese Immigrants in Canada, 1859-1967. Society of Asian North American Christian Studies, 4, 153-156.
Theses and Dissertation
Tse, J.K.H. (2013). Religious politics in Pacific space: grounding Cantonese Protestant theologies in secular civil societies. PhD dissertation, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia.
Tse, J.K.H. (2009). Transnational faith: A Hong Kong Christian church in Richmond, British Columbia. M.A. thesis, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia.
Tse, J.K.H. (2007). Wai, Hai Mai Lam Yun Lei Ga? [Hey, You a Man or Not?]: The Hui Brothers’ 1970s Films and What It Meant to Be a Man in Hong Kong. B.A. Honours Essay, Department of History, University of British Columbia.