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Dr. KAM Yip Lo, Lucetta | 金曄路博士

Associate Professor

Office: 12/F Shek Mun Campus

Tel: 3411 3139

Email: lkam@hkbu.edu.hk

Dr. Kam received her M.Phil and Ph. D in Gender Studies from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Her research interests include gender and sexuality in Chinese societies, queer mobility, ethnography, popular culture in East Asia. She is the author of Shanghai Lalas: Female Tongzhi Communities and Politics in Urban China (2013, Chinese edition: 《上海拉拉:中國都市女同志社群與政治》, 2015).

 

Teaching Areas: Gender and sexuality; Migration and mobility; Love and humanities; Hong Kong studies; Personal and creative writing.

1. GRF 2016-18: Principal Investigator, Project title: “Queer Mobility of Chinese Women: An Ethnographic Study”

2. Institute of Creativity Project and Research Fund 2015-17: Co-investigator, Project title: “Youth’s Self-imaging of Body and Gender”

3. Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Japan, 2014-18: Co-investigator, Project title: “Practices of Intimacy and Distancing: Adult Daughters and Their Mothers in East Asia”

4. Institute of Creativity Project and Research Fund 2016-17: Co-investigator, Project title: “Understanding Night Life Culture of Hong Kong Female Youths”

For full publication list, please go to Full Curriculum Vitae.

 

(2013). Shanghai Lalas: Female Tongzhi Communities and Politics in Urban China, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press. 152 pages. Chinese edition (2015). Translated by Karen Liao. Title: 上海拉拉:中國都市女同志社群與政治. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

 

(2018). Co-authored with Joseph M. K. Cho and Lai Yuen Kei. 2000後的香港同志運動圖像:連結、衝突和限制 (“Hong Kong LGBTQI Movement After 2000: Connection, Conflicts and Confines”). In 社會運年代香港抗爭政治的軌跡(Era of Social Movement: Trajectory of Politics of Resistance in Hong Kong) edited by Cheng Wai, Edmund. Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press.

 

(2017). “Return, Come Out: Queer Lives in Postcolonial Hong Kong.” Y. W. Chu (ed) Hong Kong Culture and Society in the New Millennium: Hong Kong as Method. Singapore: Springer, p.165-178.

 

(2015). “Coming Home, Coming Out: Doing Fieldwork in an Unfamiliar Homeland”. In Elisabeth L. Engebretsen, William F. Schroeder, with Hongwei Bao (eds) Queer/Tongzhi China: Perspectives on Research, Activism and Media Cultures. Denmark: NIAS Press, p.179-191.

 

(2015) Co-authored with Tang, Denise Tse Shang. “現身”說教:反思香港、台灣及中國大陸的性/別教學經驗 (“Out in Classroom: Teaching Gender and Sexuality in Chinese Societies”). In 性/別政治與本土起義 (Gender/Sexual Politics in Hong Kong) edited by Wong Wai-ching and Choi Po-king. Hong Kong: Commercial Press, p.44-54.

 

(2015). “The Demand for a Normal Life: Marriage and Its Discontents in Contemporary China”. In Mark McLelland and Vera Mackie (eds) Routledge Handbook of Sexuality Studies in East Asia. London and New York: Routledge, p.77-86.

 

(2014). “Desiring T, Desiring Self: T-Style Pop Singers and Lesbian Culture in China”. In Heike Bauer and Churnjeet Mahn (eds), a special issue of “Transnational Lesbian Culture” for Journal of Lesbian Studies, 18(3), p.252-265.

 

(2012). Co-authored with Tang Tse Shang Denise. “現身”說教:反思香港、台灣及中國大陸的性/別教學經驗 (“Out in Classroom: Teaching Gender and Sexuality in Chinese Societies”). In Anita Chan and Poking Choi (ed.) Empirical Research on Gender Equity Education in Hong Kong (教育的性別視角-課室與教學實證研究). Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press, p.123-134.

 

(2011). 表面的微笑:上海拉拉的家庭政治 (“A Smile on the Surface: Family Politics of Lala Women in Shanghai”). In Liu Jen-peng and Ding Naifei (ed.) Querying Marriage-Family Continuum" (置疑婚姻家庭連續體). Taipei: Shenlou, p.169-192.

 

(2010). “Opening Up Marriage: Married Lalas in Shanghai”. Yau Ching (ed.) As Normal as Possible: Negotiating Gender and Sexuality in Mainland China and Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

 

(2009). Co-authored with Siumi Maria Tam, Anthony Fung and Mario Liong. “Re-gendering Hong Kong Man in Social, Physical and Discursive Space”. Fanny M. Cheung and Eleanor Holroyd (ed.) Mainstreaming Gender in Hong Kong Society. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press.

 

(2008). “Recognition through Mis-recognition: Masculine Women in Hong Kong”. Fran Martin, Peter Jackson et al. (ed.) AsiaPacifiQueer: Rethinking Gender and Sexuality in the Asia-Pacific, Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press.

 

(2006). “Noras on the Road: Family and Marriage of Lesbian Women in Shanghai”. Saori Kamano and Diana Khor (eds.) “Lesbians” in East Asia: Diversity, Identities, and Resistance. New York: Harrington Park Press. (Also published in Saori Kamano and Diana Khor (eds.). “’Lesbians’ in East Asia: Diversity, Identities, and Resistance”. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 2 March 2014 Vol. 10, Nos. 3/4, 2006.)

 

(2002). “TB 這性別” (Gender: TB). E-Journal on Hong Kong Cultural and Social Studies. Issue 2, September 2002.