Andrew M Law
Andrew M Law
Director of the Confucius Institute at Newcastle University and Senior lecturer in Town Planning
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Understanding tourist space at a historic site through space syntax analysis: The case of Gulangyu, China
Y Li, L Xiao, Y Ye, W Xu, A Law
Tourism Management 52, 30-43, 2016
Re-using ‘uncomfortable heritage’: the case of the 1933 building, Shanghai
J Pendlebury, YW Wang, A Law
International Journal of Heritage Studies, 2017
Social engagement and regional theatre: patterns of theatre attendance
JM Grisolía, K Willis, C Wymer, A Law
Cultural Trends 19 (3), 225-244, 2010
Research frameworks, methodologies, and assessment methods concerning the adaptive reuse of architectural heritage: a review
Y Li, L Zhao, J Huang, A Law
Built heritage 5 (6), 2021
Classifying community space at a historic site through cognitive mapping and GPS tracking: The case of Gulangyu, China
D Li, Y. Ye, Y. Xiao, L. Xu, W. Law, A. Wang
URBAN DESIGN International, 2016
Tudoresque: in pursuit of the ideal home
A Ballantyne, A Law
Reaktion Books, 2012
Postcolonial Shanghai: An urban discourse of prosperity and futurity
A Law
Colonial frames, nationalist histories: Imperial legacies, architecture, and …, 2012
Searching for economic and cosmopolitan Roots: The historical discourse of “Hankou Merchant Port Nostalgia” in the central Chinese city of Wuhan 武汉
A Law, Q Qin
Metu JFA, 2017
A comparative analysis of retrofitting historic buildings for energy efficiency in the UK and China
E Brooks, A Law, L Huang
disP-The Planning Review 50 (3), 66-75, 2014
A Method of selecting potential development regions based on GPS and social network models – from the perspective of tourist behavior
Y Li, J Xie, X Gao, A Law
Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 2018
Genealogy of the Singaporean black‐and‐white house
A Ballantyne, A Law
Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 32 (3), 301-313, 2011
Colonial nostalgia, growth coalitions and urban planning in China
A Law, L Veldpaus
Urbanistica Informazioni, 400-408, 2017
8 The Role of History, Nostalgia and Heritage in the Construction and Indigenisation of State-led Political and Economic Identities in Contemporary China
A Law
Ludwig, C. Wang, Y-W. Walton, L. (2020) The Heritage Turn in China: The …, 2020
English townscape as cultural and symbolic capital
A Law
Architectures: Modernism and after, 202-226, 2004
Tudoresque Vernacular and the self-reliant Englishman
A Ballantyne, A. Law
Built From Below: British Architecture and the Vernacular, 123-144, 2011
The Rising Chinese Middle Class and the 'Construction' of a New Countryside
J Sturzaker, A Law
Urban China's Rural Fringe, 33-60, 2016
Built heritage conservation movement: Landscapes of Englishness and social class
A Law
Newcastle University, 2004
Reflexive Han-Ness, Narratives of Moral Decline, Manchurian Subjects and “Mass” Societal Others: A Study of the Hanfu Movement in the Cities of Beijing, Chengdu, Shanghai …
A Law, Q Qin
Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 2022
"Absent-present" heritage: the cultural heritage of dwelling on the Changjiang (Yangtze) River
A Law, X Chen
Hein, Carola (2020) Adaptive Strategies for Water Heritage. Past, present …, 2019
“Searching for “New Modernities” and constructing Chinese modern identities: Using history and heritage in the indigenization of global capitalist modernity in Chinese cities”.
AM Law
Proceedings of the Heritage of China International Symposium, Xi’an Jiaotong …, 2016
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