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林家暉, FRANCIS CHIA-HUI LIN
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Dr Francis Chia-Hui Lin is assistant professor at the Department of Architecture and Urban Design, Chinese Culture University, Taiwan. He is also an architectural historian, theorist and curator. His areas of expertise lie in the critical discourse on architecture and urbanism within a wider context of history and theory. Francis has been involved in both disciplinarily and interdisciplinarily tertiary-level teaching and research since 2002. His interests focus comparatively on Art, Design, Architecture and Cities, and their histories, theory, visual representation and criticism. Amongst all, a particular interest is within a built context of the Asia Pacific region, which is resulted from an inescapable marriage with the prevailing Western epistemology, from both global and alternative perspectives of the Humanities, to examine its immediate historicity of postcoloniality. He publishes and reviews academic works widely in the cross-national and transdisciplinary communities. He is the author of Heteroglossic Asia (Routledge, 2015) and Architectural Theorisations and Phenomena in Asia (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017).
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師資類別 : 專任師資
職稱 : 助理教授
辦公室電話 : +886-2-28610511#41331
E-mail : francis.chia.hui.lin@gmail.com
學歷 : PhD in Architectural History and Theory, University of Melbourne, Australia

MArch, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
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經歷 : Full-time Assistant Professor (2017 – present), Department of Architecture and Urban Design, Chinese Culture University, Taiwan

Part-time Assistant Professor (2018 – present), Department of Architecture, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

Full-time Lecturer (2014 – 2016), School of Architecture, Building & Design, Taylor’s University, Malaysia

Sessional Lecturer (2009 – 2013), University of Melbourne, Australia
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研究專長 : 建築史論、設計理論、都市書寫與理論、亞太地區建築及都市化論述、博物館化空間理論、後殖民批判及理論

Architectural history and theory; Architectural humanities; Asia Pacific historicity, cultural-politics, architecture and urbanism; Built heritage conservation theory; Philosophy of history; Postcolonial criticism and theory
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授課領域 : 中華文化專題、西洋建築史、當代建築、空間再現的閱讀方法、城鄉環境規劃實務、建築設計、建築及都市設計專題、後殖民理論與當代亞洲的空間再現、建築圖學、建築計畫、當代亞洲城市與建築的後殖民進程

Postcolonial theory and the spatial representation of contemporary Asia (delivered in English)
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專書 : Francis Chia-Hui Lin. Architectural Theorisations and Phenomena in Asia: The Polychronotypic Jetztzeit. UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. Heteroglossic Asia: The Transformation of Urban Taiwan. UK: Routledge, 2015.

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Emotions in space: Kaohsiung’s urban & cultural experience.’ In Sites and Sentiments: The Nexus of Space and Emotion in Taiwan, (eds). Liping Du & Lewis Mayo. The Australian National University Press. (in progress of publication)

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Musealised Historicity: Building ‘Colony Architecture’’. In Restoration and Rejuvenation of Cultural and National Heritage: a Museological Perspective, (eds). Sung-Shan Wang & Wan-Chen Chang, 83-112. National Taiwan Museum, 2015.

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Museumisation and Communitarianism in Post-martial law Taiwan: Echoing Urban Experience across the Cultural Centres.’ In Building Identity: The Making of National Museums and Identity Politics, (eds). Lindsay Purssord and Francis Chang, 171-184. National Museum of History, 2013.

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Subjectivity in Architecture of Taiwan after 1949: Preliminary Analysis of a Discourse History.’ In Sixty Years of Chinese Architecture (1949-2009): History, Theory and Criticism, (ed). Jianfei Zhu, 112-120. Beijing: China Architecture & Building Press, 2009.
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期刊論文 : Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Architecture and urban form in Kuala Lumpur: race and Chinese spaces in a Postcolonial City,’ Asian Ethnicity, DOI: 10.1080/14631369.2018.1545107, 2018. (SCOPUS: Q1)

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Colony Architecture: ‘Building’ (Post)coloniality through the Kaohsiung Museum of History.’ Journal of Architecture, No. 102, 13-29. Architectural Institute of Taiwan, 2017. (TSSCI)

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Allegories of Time and Space: Japanese Identity in Photography and Architecture.’ H-Nationalism, H-Net Reviews, 2016. (indexed)

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Community Development in Post-WWII Taiwan through the Lens of Official, Academic and Practice Discourses.’ Architecture Science, No. 10, 1-15, 2014. (indexed)

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘‘Collective individualities’: cultural-political reception in Taiwan’s history, architecture and cities.’ arq: Architectural Research Quarterly, Vol. 18, No. 01, 55-68. Cambridge University Press, 2014. (AHCI)

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Chinese Architecture and Metaphor: Song Culture in the Yingzao Fashi Building Manual.’ Asian Studies Review, Vol. 38, No. 3, 301-302. Routledge, 2014. (indexed)

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘A Story of Nobility in Colonial Asia: Victorian Influence and the Red House in Taipei.’ Civil Engineering and Architecture, Vol. 2, No. 2, 103-110. HRPUB, 2014. (indexed)

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘ Emerging Appropriate Fuzziness: A Spatiotemporal Observation of Post-Martial Law Taiwan Literature and Cinema.’ Sport and Art, Vol. 2, No. 1, 5-13. HRPUB, 2014. (indexed)

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Tracy C. Barrett. The Chinese Diaspora in South-East Asia: The Overseas Chinese in Indochina.’ East Asian Integration Studies List, Vol. 7, No. 9, http://goo.gl/H1lpKi, 2014. (indexed)

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Vijay Sakhuja. Asian Maritime Power in the 21st Century: Strategic Transactions China, India and South East Asia.’ East Asian Integration Studies List, 2012. (indexed)

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Arthur Cotterell. Asia: a concise history.’ East Asian Integration Studies List, 2012. (indexed)

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Research on Architectural Form of Contemporary School Building in Taiwan: A Case Study of the Client - Tzuchi.’ Architectural Institute of the ROC, Vol. 16, 25-30, 2004.
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研討會論文 : Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Musealising' the registered postcoloniality: The chosen displayness of the National Museum, Malaysia.’ 8th International Biennial Conference of Museum Studies. Taiwan: National Taiwan Museum, National Human Rights Museum, National Museum of Taiwan History, Taipei National University of the Arts, 2018.

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Decontextualising and recontextualising architectural representation: coloniality and postcoloniality in Asia.’ Indigenous Communities, Indigenous Spaces: Tradition and Change in a Globalising World. Taiwan: Island Dynamics, 2018.

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Colony Architecture: Proposing a meta-theorisation of Asia.’ Re Asia: Architecture as Method – SAH-Asia 2nd International Symposium. Adelaide: University of Adelaide, 2017.

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Bracketing: The immediate historicity of Asia.’Quotation: the 34th Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand. Canberra: University of Canberra, 2017.

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Surrogates for nationalism: Taiwan’s cultural-political enclave and the implications for Asia.’ Spaces in Transition: Globalisation, Transnationalism and Urban Change in the Asia-Pacific. Melbourne: University of Melbourne, 2016.

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Represented Historicity of Asian Cities’ Cultural Politics: a Postcolonial Perspective.’ International Conference on Cities and Citizenship. Singapore: Singapore University of Technology and Design, 2016.

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Those Non-native Natives in Malaysia: Framing Southeast Asia’s ‘Colony Architecture’.’ 1st SEAARC (Southeast Asia Architecture Research Collaborative) Symposium. Singapore: National University of Singapore, 2015.

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘ Museumised Historicity: Building ‘Colony Architecture’.’ International Biennial Conference of Museum Studies Celebrating the 80th Birthday of Professor Pao-teh Han Restoration and Rejuvenation of Cultural and Natural Heritage: A Museological Perspective, CD - Rom. Taiwan: Taipei National University of the Arts, 2014.

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘ Colonialism, Form and Representation: The Kaohsiung Museum of History Revisited.’ The 9th Annual Conference of The Asian Studies Association of Hong Kong (ASAHK): Culture and Society in Asia - Thematic Issues and Methodologies. Hong Kong: School of Modern Languages and Cultures, The University of Hong Kong, 2014.

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Esoteric sadness and exoteric happiness: Changes of reception in historiography through Kaohsiung’s urban & cultural experience.’ Happiness and Sadness: Taiwan society and its emotional textures, 48-62. Melbourne: The University of Melbourne, 2011.

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Museumisation and Communitarianism in Post-martial-law Taiwan: Echoing Urban Experience across Cultural Centres.’ Museum 2011: International Conference on Building Identity: The Making of National Museums and Identity Politics, CD - Rom. Taipei: National Museum of History, 2011.

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Nostalgia and Imagination in Post-War Taiwanese Architecture: A Spatiotemporal Critique.’ Imagining: The 27th International SAHANZ Conference edited by Michael Chapman and Michael Ostwald, 207-213. Newcastle: The University Of Newcastle, 2010.

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Knowing the Other: The Post-Martial Law Cultural Politics of Identity and the Waterfront Kaohsiung.’ Taiwan Studies International Conference. The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia, 2010.

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Further Away from Nationalism: Community Development in Post-Martial-Law Taiwan.’ Taiwan Studies Postgraduate Symposium. Melbourne: The University of Melbourne, 2010.

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Fieldwork in Taiwan.’ Taiwan Studies Postgraduate Symposium, Melbourne: The University of Melbourne, 2010.

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Anxiety about Identity: Architectural Discourse and Practice in Early Post-War Taiwan, 1949-1987.’ Cultural Crossroads: The 26th International SAHANZ Conference, edited by Julia Gatley, CD - Rom. Auckland: The University of Auckland, 2009.

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘Japanese, Chinese, American or Taiwanese? A Historical Critique through Architectural Discourse in Post-War Taiwan.’ ADGD Conference: The multiple faces of identity in the Designed Environment, edited by Lindsay Purssord, CD - Rom. Nottingham, The UK: Nottingham Trent University, 2009.

Francis Chia-Hui Lin. ‘The Transitional Period of Shaping Identity: Architectural Evolution in Early Post-War Taiwan, 1949-1987.’ 7th mAAN International Conference: Asian cities, legacies of modernity, 186-191. New Delhi: mAAN, 2009.
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展覽表演 : 中國文化大學107學年度環境設計學院畢業成果展暨系所博覽會策展

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中國文化大學建築及都市設計系51屆畢業成果展策展

‘ExhiVision’, Lot 4004, Jalan Pasir Bogak, Pangkor Island, Malaysia (September, 2015)

‘Re-bloom – Coral Reef Resilience Exhibition ’, Lot 4004, Jalan Pasir Bogak, Pangkor Island, Malaysia ( September, 2014).

‘Homecoming SPK – Space, History & Community Development Exhibition’, Malaysian Chinese Association Pangkor Branch Office, Pangkor Island, Malaysia (September, 2014).

‘Homecoming SPK – Space, History & Memory Thematic Exhibition’, Fishing Village Homestay, Pangkor Island, Malaysia (August, 2014).
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研究計畫 : An investigation of Asian urbanism in the brackets of architecture, museology and postcolonial historicity (建築、博物館學與後殖民史實性觀點下的亞洲城市主義探查), Ministry of Science and Technology Research Grant (科技部專題研究計畫), Taiwan (2018)

Taylor's Research Grant Scheme (TRGS), Taylor’s University, the Ministry of Education, Malaysia (2014)
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