Queenie Yun-fong Lin

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PhD candidate

History of Architecture and Urban Planning, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology
UNESCO Chair Water, Ports and Historic Cities

Queenie Yun-fong Lin is a PhD Candidate at History of Architecture and Urban Planning at Delft University of Technology, with a research focus on the sustainable preservation of climate-challenged Dutch overseas settlements in Dutch East India Company (VOC) Asia. She is currently working under the UNESCO Chair in Water, Ports and Historic Cities and in the PortCityFutures research group, and is the editor of the journal Blue Papers: Water& Heritage for Sustainable Development. She was also a PhD candidate of Cultural Heritage and Arts Innovation Studies, Taipei National University of the Arts, and that and her previous MA training in art and architectural history (University of Virginia, USA), conservation of fine art (Northumbria University, UK), and underwater cultural heritage (UNESCO Foundation Course certification), equip her for professional employment in academia, museums, research institutes and think tanks in Asia, America and Europe. With her multicultural background, she brings insight about Euro-American-centric alternatives, and builds paradigm-shifting local perspectives on a global scale. She is an active member of ICOMOS, ICOM, and a council member of the International Advisory Council of the Global Urban History Project (GUHP). She has received the New Netherland Research Center's Student Scholar in Residence Research Grant (USA), the Asian Graduate Student Fellowship (National University of Singapore) and other major grants from Taiwan.

Last publications
Lin, Queenie & Yin-Chun Wei. 2020. “Integrating Water into Heritage Conservation—Cheng Mei Ancestral Hall, 2nd Babao Irrigation Canal, and Yongjing”. In Water Heritage – Global Perspectives for Sustainable Development, edited by Tino Mager, 319–341. https://surfdrive.surf.nl/files/index.php/s/1e8UQQ04V32mRKd

Lin, Queenie, Tsung-Hung Li, Ku-Shan Shih & Yin-Chun Wei. 2020. “Fostering and Safeguarding a Sustainable Heritage for All: Conservation of the Cheng Mei Ancestral Hall, Taiwan”. In 2020 ICOMOS 6 ISCs Joint Meeting Proceedings: Advancing Risk Management for the Shared Future, edited by Ya-Ning Yen and Chao-Shiang Li, 121–140.  https://openarchive.icomos.org/id/eprint/2413

Lin, Queenie & Hung-Jen Huang. 2020. “Tracing, Representing, and Passing on Hoklorized Hakka Heritage: Cheng Mei Cultural Park”. Museology Quarterly, 34(2): 5-41. [林韻丰、黃 宏仁。福佬客文化的追溯、再現與傳承—以成美文化園為例。博物館學季刊。] https://libknowledge.nmns.edu.tw/nmns/upload/quaterly/000001487/209000c/202004_05.pdf

Lin, Queenie. 2018. “Hybridizations or Knockoffs? The Western Domes in Asia at the Age of Discovery”. Eyes on Place. [「融合或山寨?大航海時代的亞洲圓頂」,眼底城事] https://eyesonplace.net/2018/10/05/8833/

Chou, Ping-hua & Queenie Lin. 2018. “Born for Art Education and Cultural Heritage: The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nusantara”. Museum Link ASPAC. [周品華、 林韻丰。為藝術教育及文化傳承而生—印尼現代及當代藝術館,亞太博物館連線專欄 。] http://www.cam.org.tw/born_for_art_education_and_cultural_heritage_the_museum_of_mod

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