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Willow S. Lung-Amam, Ph.D.
Willow S. Lung-Amam, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Urban Studies and Planning Program, University of Maryland, College Park
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Trespassers?: Asian Americans and the battle for suburbia
W Lung-Amam
Univ of California Press, 2017
832017
That “monster house” is my home: The social and cultural politics of design reviews and regulations
W Lung-Amam
Journal of Urban Design 18 (2), 220-241, 2013
272013
The power of participatory story mapping: Advancing equitable development in disadvantaged neighbourhoods
WS Lung-Amam, C Dawkins
Community Development Journal 55 (3), 473-495, 2020
182020
Mi Casa no es Su Casa: The Fight for Equitable Transit-Oriented Development in an Inner-Ring Suburb
W Lung-Amam, R Pendall, E Knaap
Journal of Planning Education and Research 39 (4), 442-455, 2019
182019
Teaching equity and advocacy planning in a multicultural “post-racial” world
W Lung-Amam, SA Harwood, GF Sandoval, S Sen
Journal of Planning Education and Research 35 (3), 337-342, 2015
182015
Malls of meaning: building Asian America in Silicon Valley suburbia
W Lung-Amam
Journal of American Ethnic History 34 (2), 18-53, 2015
162015
Born glocal: Youth identity and suburban spaces in the US and Taiwan
SE Chang, WL Amam
Amerasia Journal 36 (3), 29-52, 2010
132010
Opportunity for whom? The diverse definitions of neighborhood opportunity in Baltimore
WS Lung–Amam, E Knaap, C Dawkins, GJ Knaap
City & Community 17 (3), 636-657, 2018
82018
Preparing for the Purple Line: Affordable Housing Strategies for Langley Park, Maryland
W Lung-Amam, C Dawkins, Z Moreira, GJ Knaap, A Washington
National Center for Smart Growth, 2017
72017
An Equitable Future for the Washington, DC Region?: A “Regionalism Light” Approach to Building Inclusive Neighborhoods
W Lung-Amam
A Shared Future: Fostering Communities of Inclusion in an Era of Inequality …, 2017
62017
The vibrant life of Asian malls in Silicon Valley
W Lung-Amam, J Archer, PJP Sandul, K Solomonson
Making suburbia: New histories of everyday America, 208-26, 2015
62015
Metropolitan planning in a vacuum: Lessons on regional equity planning from Baltimore’s Sustainable Communities Initiative
N Finio, W Lung-Amam, GJ Knaap, C Dawkins, E Knaap
Journal of Urban Affairs 43 (3), 467-485, 2021
52021
Toward engaged, equitable, and smart communities: Lessons from West Baltimore
W Lung-Amam, AH Bierbaum, S Parks, GJ Knaap, G Sunderman, ...
Housing Policy Debate 31 (1), 93-111, 2021
42021
Equitable Transit-Oriented Development in Diverse Suburbs: Promise and Challenge
W Lung-Amam, R Pendall, M Scott, E Knaap
Accessed April 12, 2015
42015
Surviving suburban redevelopment: Resisting the displacement of immigrant-owned small businesses in Wheaton, Maryland
WS Lung-Amam
Journal of Urban Affairs 43 (3), 449-466, 2021
32021
Strengthening Planning’s Effectiveness in a Hyper-Polarized World/Responding to the Conservative Common Sense of Opposition to Planning and Development in England/The Limits to …
K Trapenberg Frick, D Myers, A Inch, H Dorries, JM Thomas, ...
Planning Theory & Practice 19 (4), 581-615, 2018
32018
"Dumb White Kids" and "Asian Nerds": Race and Ethnic Relations in Silicon Valley Suburban Schools
W Lung-Amam
Transcultural Cities: Border-Crossing and Placemaking, 177-190, 2013
32013
Equity, opportunity, community engagement, and the regional planning process: Data and mapping in five US metropolitan areas
N Finio, W Lung-Amam, GJ Knaap, C Dawkins, B Wong
Journal of Planning Education and Research, 0739456X20945385, 2020
22020
Suburbia reimagined: Asian immigration and the form and function of faith-based institutions in Silicon Valley
W Lung-Amam, A Gade
Journal of Urban Design 24 (5), 738-756, 2019
22019
Out of the urban shadows: Uneven development and spatial politics in immigrant suburbs
WS Lung–Amam
City & Community 19 (2), 303-309, 2020
12020
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