Beng-Lan Goh, 2002, Modern Dreams: An Inquiry into Power, Cultural Production, and the Cityscape in Contemporary Urban Penang, Malaysia, Ithaca: Cornell SEAP.
Beng-Lan Goh ed., 2011, Rethinking and Diversifying Southeast Asian Studies: Perspectives from Southeast Asia, Singapore: ISEAS.
Srilata Ravi, Mario Rutten and Goh, Beng Lan eds., 2004, Asia in Europe, Europe in Asia: Rethinking Academic, Social and Cultural Linkages. IIAS, Leiden and ISEAS, Singapore.
Goh Beng Lan, 2010, “Southeast Asian perspectives on area studies in a global age”, JATI, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Department of Southeast Asian Studies, University of Malaya.
Goh Beng Lan and David Liauw, 2009, “Post-colonial projects of a National Culture: Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya, CITY, Special issue on "Capital Cities and their contested roles in the Life of Nations", vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 71-79.
Goh Beng Lan, 2009. “Globalization and Postcolonial Nation in Malaysia: Theoretical challenges and historical possibilities,” Kasarinlan (Independence): Philippine Journal of Third World Studies, 23 (2): 4-19.
Beng-Lan Goh, 2005, “Malay-Muslim Spirits and Malaysian Capitalist Modernity: A Study of Keramat Propitiation amongst Property Developers in Penang,” in Asia Pacific View Point, no. 33, pp. 307-321.
Goh Beng Lan, 2002. “Cultural Hybridity in Southeast Asia: Locating What’s Local and Specific as also Comparative and Global,” in Jurnal Antropologi Indonesia, 67, pp. 69-78
Beng Lan Goh, 2001. “Stability in Flux: The Ambiguities of State, Ethnicity, and Class in the Forging of a Modern Urban Malaysia,” in City and Nation: Rethinking Place, Comparative Urban and Community Research, eds., Michael Peter Smith and Thomas Bender, Vol. 7, New Brunswick, N.J., and London: Transaction Publishers, pp. 51-96.
Goh, Beng Lan, 1991. “The Advancement of Women: Stereotypes and Realities,” in Aliran Monthly, 11(11), pp. 25-6.
Goh, Beng Lan, 1989. “Feminist Consciousness and Alternative Lifestyles – A Case Study of Feminist Networks in Tokyo, Japan,” in Sociology Today, Tokyo: Shakai Ishiki Kodo Kenkyu Kai, Ochanomizu University, pp. 1-16.
Goh Beng Lan, 2008. “The Contemporary Art of Wong Hoy Cheong: A Look into the Promise of the Post-Merdeka Artistic Generation,” in Shifts: Wong Hoy Cheong 2002-2007, NUS Museum, pp.92-99.
Journal Commentary/Book Reviews
Goh Beng Lan 2010, Review of Multiethnic Malaysia: Past, Present and Future (Lim Teck Ghee, Alberto Gomes and Azly Rahman eds. Petaling Jaya, SIRD & MiDAS, 2009), Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, Vol. 31, No. 3, pp. 9-10.
Goh Beng Lan, 2006, Review of Spirited Politics: Religion and Public Life in Contemporary Southeast Asia (Andrew C. Wilford and Kenneth M. George, eds., Ithaca: Southeast Asia Program Publications, Cornell University, 2005), Pacific Affairs, Vol 79, No. 2, pp.348-349.
Goh Beng Lan, 2005. Review of Review of Rites of Belonging. Memory, Modernity, and Identifying a Malaysian Chinese Community (Jean DeBernardi. Stanford, Stanford University Press, 2004), Journal of Southeast Asian Studies,Vol, 36, 2, pp. 323-325
Goh Beng Lan, 2003. Review of Reinventing Malaysia: Reflections on Its Past and Future (Jomo K.S. ed., Bangi: Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, 2001), Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 34, 1, pp.175-177.
Beng-Lan Goh, 2001. Commentary on “Anthropology and/of Modernity,” by Joel S. Kahn in Current Anthropology, Vol. 42, 5, December, pp. 666-667.
Goh Beng Lan, 2012, “Trans-ethnic Cosmologies that Won’t Go Away: Keramat Symbolisms in Malaysian Capitalist Sacralisation” in Spirited Modernities, Kirsten W. Endres and Andrea Lauser eds., Oxford: Berghahn Books, pp. 144-162.
Goh, Beng Lan, 2012, “Dilemma of progressive politics in Malaysia: Islamic Orthodoxy versus human rights,” In Modernity in Question: South/East Asian Perspectives, edited by Wendy Mee, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
Goh Beng Lan, in press, “Heritage as Knowledge: Time, Space, and Culture in Penang” in Penang in Asia, John Saravanamuttu ed., ISEAS: Singapore.
Goh Beng Lan, 2011,“Introduction: Southeast Asian perspectives on disciplines and afterlives of area studies in a global age” in Rethinking and Re-centering Southeast Asian Studies: Perspectives from Southeast Asia, edited by Goh Beng Lan, Singapore: ISEAS, pp. 1-59.
Goh Beng Lan, 2011, “(Un)Learning Human Sciences in the Shadow of Politics and Ethics: The Journey of a Malaysian from the “Look East” Generation” in Rethinking and Re-centering Southeast Asian Studies: Perspectives from Southeast Asia, edited by Goh Beng Lan, Singapore: ISEAS, pp. 239-259.
Goh, Beng-Lan, 2004, “Introduction” in Asia in Europe, Europe in Asia, Srilata Ravi, Beng-Lan Goh, and Mario Rutten, eds., IIAS, Leiden and ISEAS, Singapore, pp.1-14.
Goh, Beng-Lan, 2004, “Redrawing Centre-Periphery Relations: Theoretical Challenges in the Study of Southeast Asian Modernity,” in Asia in Europe, Europe in Asia: Rethinking Academic, Social and Cultural Linkages, eds., Srilata Ravi, Mario Rutten, and, Beng-Lan Goh eds., IIAS, Leiden and ISEAS, Singapore, pp. 79-101.
Goh Beng-Lan, 2004, “Cities and Cultural Politics in the 1990s: The case of Georgetown, Penang,” in Malaysia in Transition: The Mahathir Years, Bridget Welsh ed., Johns Hopkins University, SAIS Publications, pp. 398-407.
Goh, Beng Lan, 2002, “Rethinking Modernity: State, Ethnicity and Class in Modern Urban Malaysia,” in Local Cultures and the “New Asia”: The State, Culture and Capitalism in Southeast Asia, ed., C.J. Wee Wan-ling, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, pp. 184-216.
Goh, Beng Lan. 2001, “Rethinking Urbanism in Malaysia: Power, Space, and Identity,” in Risking Malaysia: Culture, Politics and Identity, Maznah Mohamed and Wong Soak Koon eds., Bangi, Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian Social Science Association and Penerbit University Kebangsaan Malaysia, 2001, pp. 159-178.
Goh Beng Lan, 1998. “Modern Dreams: An Enquiry into Power, Cultural Difference and the Cityscape in Contemporary Urban Malaysia,” in Southeast Asian Identities: Culture and Politics of Representation in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand, ed., Joel S. Kahn, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, pp. 168-202.
Goh Beng Lan, 1991. “Japan-Southeast Asian Relations: A Humanistic Overview,” in Southeast Asian Prospections of Japan, ed., R. Constantino, Tokyo and Philippines: Zensei and Karrel Publications, pp. 49-65.