BOOK

Lung-Amam, Willow. 2017. Trespassers?: Asian Americans and the Battle for SuburbiaBerkeley: University of California Press.

JOUrnal aRTICLES

Lung-Amam, Willow, Ariel Bierbaum, Sheri Parks, Gerrit Knaap, Gail Sunderman, Lauren Stamm. Towards Engaged, Just, and Smart Communities: Lessons from West Baltimore. Housing Policy Debate. DOI: 10.1080/10511482.2019.1672082 (forthcoming).

Lung-Amam, Willow, Rolf Pendall, and Eli Knaap. Mi Casa no es Su Casa: Transit-Induced Gentrification and the Fight for Equitable Development in an Inner-Ring, Immigrant Suburb. Journal of Planning Education and Research (forthcoming).

Nicholas Finio, Willow Lung-Amam, Gerrit Knaap, Casey Dawkins, and Eli Knaap. 2019. Metropolitan Planning in a Vacuum: Lessons on Regional Equity from Baltimore’s Sustainable Communities Initiative. Journal of Urban Affairs. DOI: 10.1080/07352166.2019.1565822.

Lung-Amam, Willow and Casey Dawkins. 2019. The Power of Participatory Story Mapping: Advancing Community Development and Planning in Disadvantaged Neighborhoods. Community Development Journal. DOI: 10.1093/cdj/bsy064.

Lung-Amam, Willow. 2019. Surviving Suburban Redevelopment: Resisting the Displacement of Immigrant-Owned Small Businesses in Wheaton, Maryland. Journal of Urban Affairs. DOI: 10.1080/07352166.2018.1555439.

Lung-Amam, Willow and Anisha Gade. 2019. Suburbia Reimagined: Asian Immigration and the Form and Function of Faith-based Institutions in Silicon Valley. Journal of Urban Design, 24, 5: 738-56. 

Lung-Amam, Willow, Eli Knaap, Casey Dawkins, and Gerrit-Jan Knaap. 2018. Opportunity for Whom? The Diverse Definitions of Neighborhood Opportunity in Baltimore. City and Community. 17, 3: 636-657.

Lung-Amam, Willow and Gerardo Sandoval. 2018. A Right to Sanctuary: Supporting Immigrant Communities in an Era of Extreme Precarity. Interface edited by Dowell Myers, Karen Frick and Libby Porter in Planning Theory and Practice. 19, 19, 4: 598-604.

Lung-Amam, Willow, Stacy Harwood, Gerardo Sandoval, and Siddhartha Sen. 2015. Teaching Equity Planning in a “Post-Racial” Multicultural World. Journal of Planning Education and Research 35, 3: 336-342 (Special issue: Equity Planning Revisited).

Lung-Amam, Willow. 2015. Malls of Meaning: Building Asian America in Silicon Valley Suburbia. Journal of American Ethnic History 34, 2: 18-53. (Special issue: Asian Americans in Suburbia). Republished in: Bukowczyk, John (ed). 2016. Immigrant Identity and the Politics of Citizenship. Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois Press.

Lung-Amam, Willow. 2013. That “Monster House” is My Home: The Social and Cultural Politics of Design Reviews and Regulations. Journal of Urban Design 18, 2: 220-241. Republished in: Nicolaides, Becky and Andrew Weise (eds). 2016. The Suburb Reader. 2nd ed. New York: Routledge.

Chang, Shenglin E. and Willow Lung Amam. 2010. Born Glocal: Youth Identity and Suburban Spaces in the U.S. and Taiwan. Amerasia Journal 36, 3: 29-52 (alphabetical).

Book Chapters

Lung-Amam, Willow. A New Generation of ‘Single-Family’ Homes: Multigenerational
Homebuilding in the Suburbs of Phoenix, Arizona. In The Routledge Handbook of Housing
Policy and Planning
, edited by Katrin B. Anacker, Mai Thi Nguyen, and David P. Varady, 357-372. London: Routledge.

Lung-Amam, Willow and Alex Schafran. 2019. From Sanford to Ferguson: Race, Protest and Democracy in the American Suburbs. In The Routledge Companion to the Suburbs, edited by Bernadette Hanlon and Thomas Vicino, 220-229. London: Routledge.

Lung-Amam, Willow. 2018. An Equitable Future for the Washington, DC Region? A 'Regionalism Light' Approach to Building Inclusive Neighborhoods. In A Shared Future: Fostering Communities of Inclusion in an Era of Inequality, edited by Christopher Herbert, Jonathan Spader, Jennifer Molinsky, and Shannon Reiger. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies, 192-203.

Lung-Amam, Willow. 2015. The Vibrant Life of Asian Malls in Silicon Valley. In Making Suburbia: New Histories of Everyday America, edited by John Archer, Paul J. P. Sandul, and Katherine Solomonson, 208-226. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Lung-Amam, Willow. 2013. “Dumb White Kids” and “Asian Nerds”: Race and Ethnic Relations in Silicon Valley Suburban Schools. In Transcultural Cities: Border-crossing and Placemaking, edited by Jeffrey Hou, 177-190. London: Routledge. 

PROFESSIONAL REPORTS

Prince George’s County, Maryland. Housing Opportunities for All: Comprehensive Housing Strategy. 2019 August. Prepared in partnership with Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. on behalf of the Department of Housing and Community Development. Contributing author with National Center for Smart Growth Research and Education.

Lung-Amam, Willow. 2019. Asian Malls. In Planning with Diverse Communities by Ivis Garcia Zambrana, Andrea Garfinkel-Castro, and Deirdre Pfeiffer, p. 49. Chicago, IL: American Planning Association.

Lung-Amam, Willow, Ariel Bierbaum, Sheri Parks, Lauren Stamm, Gail Sunderman, and Gerrit Knaap. 2018 October. Smart Cities, Connected Communities: Using Technology to Meet the Needs of the West Baltimore Residents. National Center for Smart Growth Research and Education, University of Maryland, College Park.

Nicholas Finio, Willow Lung-Amam, Gerrit Knaap, Casey Dawkins, and Brittany Wong. 2018, October. Equity, Opportunity, and the Regional Planning Process: Data and Mapping in Five U.S. Metropolitan Areas. National Center for Smart Growth Research and Education, University of Maryland, College Park. For Enterprise Community Partners.

Nicholas Finio, Willow Lung-Amam, Brandon Bedford, Gerrit Knaap, Casey Dawkins, and Eli Knaap. 2018 Regional Approaches to Engagement, Collaboration and Housing Policy: Lessons from Baltimore’s Sustainable Communities Initiative Grant. National Center for Smart Growth Research and Education and Enterprise Community Partners.

Nicholas Finio, Willow Lung-Amam, Brandon Bedford, Gerrit Knaap, Casey Dawkins, and Eli Knaap. 2018. Toward an Equitable Region: Lessons from Baltimore’s Sustainable Communities Initiative Grant. National Center for Smart Growth Research and Education. For Enterprise Community Partners.

Lung-Amam, Willow, Casey Dawkins, and Jeanne Choquehuanca. 2017, September. Engaging Communities around Opportunity through Story Mapping. National Center for Smart Growth Research and Education and Enterprise Community Partners.

Lung-Amam, Willow, Casey Dawkins, and Brandon Bedford. 2017, August. Story Mapping in Action: Engaging an Immigrant Community in Planning for a New Light Rail. National Center for Smart Growth Research and Education and Enterprise Community Partners.

Lung-Amam, Willow, Casey Dawkins, Zorayda Moreira, Gerrit-Jan Knaap, and Alonzo Washington. 2017. Preparing for the Purple Line: Affordable Housing Strategies for Langley Park, Maryland. National Center for Smart Growth Research and Education and CASA. With the support of the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development.

Book & Project Reviews

Lung-Amam, Willow. Review of Designing Suburban Futures: New Models from Build a Better Burb, by June Williamson. Journal of Planning Education and Research 34, 4 (2014) 34: 475-477.

Lung-Amam, Willow. Review of Ethnoburb: The New Ethnic Community in Urban America, by Wei Li. Berkeley Planning Journal 23, 1 (2010): 208-210. 

Lung-Amam, Willow. Review of Landscape and Race in the United States, by Richard Schein. Berkeley Planning Journal 22, 1 (2009): 176-177. 

Lung-Amam, Willow. Review of “The Landscape Totems: Speculations on Growth and Decay,” a research project by Kristi Dykema (EDRA/Places Research Award). Places 20, 3 (2008): 36-41.