Publications of Liza Wing Man Kam

Conference Report (1)

2020
Conference Report
Kam, L. W. M.: May the stones keep preaching: Re-appropriated colonial Shinto Shrines in Taiwan as new sacred Spaces. Conference: Heritage and the Sustainable Development Goals. TU Delft, Delft, November 26, 2019 - November 28, 2019. (accepted)

Contribution to a Collected edition (5)

2020
Contribution to a Collected edition
Kam, L. W. M.: Liberating the architecture from ‘Chineseness’: Colonial Shinto Shrines and post-colonial martyrs’ shrines in post-war Taiwan. In: Contesting Chineseness: Ethnicity, Identity, and Nation in China and Southeast Asia (Eds. Chan, Y. K.; Hoon, C. Y.). Springer, Cham (accepted)
Contribution to a Collected edition
Kam, L. W. M.: East Berlin, West Berlin, Hong Kong as the mélange: Modernist spatial representations from the Eastern and Western blocs during the Cold War period in Hong Kong. In: Liminal Space in a Divided World: Cold War Cities in Europe and Asia during the 1950s (Ed. Hon, T. K.). Routledge, London (accepted)
Contribution to a Collected edition
Kam, L. W. M.: Protest in metropolis: Symbolism in play from Queen’s Pier Conservation to Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong. In: Doing tolerance: urban interventions and forms of participation, pp. 233 - 252 (Eds. Castro Varela, M. d. M.; Ülker, B.). Verlag Barbara Budrich, Opladen (2020)
2019
Contribution to a Collected edition
Kam, L. W. M.: Underneath the Grand Yellow Imperial Roofs of Martyrs' Shrines: Taiwan's colonial past, present and onwards, and the political symbolism at play. In: Yellow book: a project by He Xiangyu, pp. 225 - 246 (Ed. He, X.). Hatje Cantz, Berlin (2019)
2017
Contribution to a Collected edition
Kam, L.: Artistic activism as essential threshold from the 'peaceful, rational, non-violence' demonstrations towards revolution: social actions in Hong Kong in the pre-umbrella movement era. In: Art and the city: worlding the discussion through a critical artscape, pp. 115 - 127 (Eds. Luger, J.; Ren, J.). Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London (2017)
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