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Basic Information

姓名/Name       Dr. WEN-I LIN 林文一

職位/Position   Dean of Office of International Affairs, Associate Professor in Graduate Institute of Urban Planning, National                                                       Taipei University

地址/ Address  151, University Road, San Shia District, New Taipei City, 23741 Taiwan, R.O.C.

電話/Tel            886-2-86741111 ext. 68010

E-mail               dean_oia@gm.ntpu.edu.tw

 

OVERVIEW

Dr. Wen-I Lin serves in National Taipei University (NTPU), was an associate professor and Head of Institute of Graduate Institute of Urban Planning, and become the dean of Office of International Affairs since 2020 August. He has a cross-disciplinary background and expertise between urban planning, architecture and urban geography. His research focuses on broad topics and issues of governing city, space and community, such as the governance of sharing and smartized mobility, creative and smart city building, urban regeneration and community governance. He has been appointed to join the academic Committee of Regional Science and Geography (2018-2019) in Taiwan's Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) to review the related funding applications. Currently, he is appointed by the mayor of Taipei City Government as the policy advisor of urban development.

 

 

Academic and professional Appointments

2020-date       Dean, Office of International Affairs, National Taipei University.

2017-2019      Committee member, Committee of Regional Science and Geography (CRSG), Ministry of Science and Technology                                             (MOST, Taiwan)

2017-2020      Associate Professor and Head of Institute, Graduate Institute of Urban Planning, National Taipei University

2015-2017      Secretary of College, College of Public Affairs, National Taipei University

2010-2015      Assistant Professor, Graduate Institute of Urban Planning, National Taipei University

 

Professional Appointments

2018-date       Council Member and Vice Chairperson of Division of International Collaboration, Taiwan Institute of Urban Planning

2016-date       Advisor, Taipei City Urban Regeneration Office/Department of Urban Development, Taipei City Government

 

Education

PhD of Geography, King’s College London, UK.

MA, BA of Architecture, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan.

 

Fields of Expertise

  1. Urban governance and related theories
  2. Governance of mobility and bio-politics.
  3. Governance of sharing and smarting city.
  4. Creative city, creative class, culture-led regeneration.
  5. Urban regeneration and community activation.
  6. Planning theory and qualitative research.

 

Awards

2015    Research Project for Excellent Junior Research Investigators, Ministry of Science and Technology (Taiwan)

2013    the ‘Bennett Prize’ of ‘Environment and Planning C’ for the best paper published in 2012

             (Co-author: Prof. Mike Raco, University College London)

2013    Research Project for Excellent Junior Research Investigators, National Science Council (Taiwan)

2012    Research Project for Excellent Junior Research Investigators, National Science Council (Taiwan)

 

Recent and Selected Publications:

  1. Journal Articles

Lin, W. I. & Zhang, J. (2020) The formation, practice and characteristics of the governmentality in the special conservation zone of Dihua street. (Taiwan’s) Journal of  City and planning (Accepted)        (林文一、張家睿(2020)迪化街保存特區治理性的形塑、實踐及其特殊性,都市與計劃TSSCI Journal, Accepted

Lin, W. I. & Spinney, J. (2020) Mobilising the dispositive: exploring the role of dockless public bike sharing in transforming urban governance in Shanghai. Urban Studies (SSCI Q1, Accepted)

Chiu, S. Y. & Lin, W. I. (Corresponding Author) (2020) Urban Regeneration towards the Harmonizing Cultural and Creative Park: the cases of the 2577 Creative Garden and the 1933 Old Millfun in Shanghai. (Taiwan’s) City and Planning (Accepted)(邱淑宜、林文一(通訊作者)(2020)邁向「和諧」文創園區的都市再生:以上海2577創意大院和1933老場房為例,都市與計劃(TSSCI Journal, Accepted

Chiu, S. Y. & Lin, W. I. (Corresponding Author) (2019) Authenticity Fix and its Governance of the Ximen Red House Neighbourhood, Taipei City. (Taiwan’s) City and Planning, 46(1), pp.1-31.(邱淑宜、林文一(通訊作者)(2019) 臺北市西門紅樓創意街區的真實性修補及其治理,都市與計劃 TSSCI Journal,46(1),1-31。)

Spinney, J., & Lin, W. I. (Corresponding Author) (2019) (Mobility) Fixing the Taiwanese bicycle industry: the production and economisation of cycling culture in pursuit of accumulation. Mobilities (SSCI Q1), 14(4), pp. 524-544.

Lin, W. I., & Chiu, S. Y. (2019). The mobilisation of creative city building as a new mode of governmentality in Dihua Street neighbourhood, Taipei City. Geoforum (SSCI Q1), 106, pp. 320-329.

Spinney, J., & Lin, W. I. (Corresponding Author) (2018) Are you being shared? Mobility, data and social relations in Shanghai’s Public Bike Sharing 2.0 sector. Applied Mobilities3(1), pp. 66-83.

Lin, W. I. & Chiu, S. Y. (2016) A Critical Review of Cultural Creativity-led Fix to Brownfield Land in Shanghai. (Taiwan’s) Journal of City and Planning, 43(4), pp. 339-367. (林文一、邱淑宜(2016)上海工業棕地文化創意導向空間修補之批判性檢視,都市與計劃 TSSCI Journal,43(4),339-367。)

Lin, W. I. (2015) Cultural Creativity-Led Regeneration, Exercise of 'New' Urban Governance and its Discontents: A Case Study of Dihua Neighbourhood in Taipei. (Taiwan’s) City and Planning, 42(4), pp. 423-454.(林文一(2015)文化創意導向都市再生-「新」都市治理的實踐及其缺憾:以台北迪化街區為例,都市與計劃(TSSCI Journal,42(4),423-454。)

Lin, W. I. & Chiu, S. Y. (2014) Community Activation and Consensus Building in the Post-political Condition: A Case Study of Community Culture Construction in Taipei. (Taiwan’s) Journal of Geographical Science, 72, pp. 85-109.(林文一、邱淑宜(2014)後政治的社區動員與共識建構:一個台北社區文化建構的案例,地理學報(TSSCI Journal,72,85-109。)

Chiu, S. Y. & Lin, W. I. (2014) Building A Creative City: Some Myths and Limitations of the Policy Discourse in Taipei City. (Taiwan’s) Journal of Geographical Science, 72, pp. 57-84.(邱淑宜、林文一(2014)建構創意城市-台北市在政策論述上的迷思與限制,地理學報(TSSCI Journal, 72,57-84。)

Lin, W. I. and Kuo, C. L. (2013) Community governance and pastorship in Shanghai: A Case Study of Luwan District.  Urban Studies (SSCI Q1). 50(6), pp. 1260-1276.

Raco, M. and Lin, W. I. (Corresponding Author) (2012) Urban Sustainability and the Geographies of Post-Politicism: A Case Stud y of Taipei. Environment and Planning C (SSCI Q1). 30(2), pp. 191–208.

Raco, M., Imrie, R. and Lin, W. I. (2011) Community Governance, Critical Cosmopolitanism and Urban Change: Observations From Taipei, Taiwan. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (SSCI Q1). 35(2), pp. 274-294.

       2.Book Chapter

Spinney, J., & Lin, W. I. (2020) Are you Being Shared? Mobility, Data and Social Relations in Shanghai’s Public Bike Sharing 2.0 Sector. In Kesselring, S., Freudendal-Pedersen, M., & Zuev, D. (Eds.), Sharing Mobilities: New Perspectives for the Mobile Risk Society. Ney York & Oxon: Routledge. (Forthcoming)

 

Recent Research Grants

2019-2022

Ministry of Science and Technology (Taiwan), Research Project. Project title: ‘Reviewing the construction of sharing community from the perspectives of re-configuring urban governance: the case study of governing experiment in Taipei and Shanghai’ / 108-2410-H-305 -062 -MY3, based on the National Taipei University (as the Project Director)

科技部專題研究計畫,Project title: 未來城市發展新典範探索:智慧、共享、創意、及韌性之整合-從都市治理重構的角度來檢視共享社區的建構:以台北及上海的治理實驗為例/108-2410-H-305 -062 -MY3,(任計畫主持人於台北大學執行)。

 

2017-2019

Ministry of Science and Technology (Taiwan), Research Project. Project title: ‘Reviewing the Public Bike Sharing System Initiative in Taipei and Shanghai: local practices about mobility-fix and governing through mobility’/ 106-2410-H-305 -060 -MY2, based on the National Taipei University (as the Project Director)

科技部專題研究計畫,Project title: 台北及上海的公共自行車系統之檢視: 關於移動性修補及其移動治理性的在地實踐/106-2410-H-305 -060 –MY2,(任計畫主持人於台北大學執行)。

 

2015-2017
Ministry of Science and Technology (Taiwan), Research Project for Excellent Junior Research Investigators. Project title: ‘Creativity Fix, Spatial Fix and Authenticity Fix? The construction and experiment of cultural creative park in regenerating industrial brownfields in Shanghai and Taipei’/104-2628-H-305 -001, based on the National Taipei University (as the Project Director)

科技部優秀年輕學者研究計畫,Project title: 創意修補、空間修補與真實性修補? - 文化創意園區在台北與上海工業棕地再生的建構與實驗/104-2628-H-305-001,(任計畫主持人於台北大學執行)。

 

2013-2015
National Science Council (Taiwan), Research Project for Excellent Junior Research Investigators. Project title: ‘Culture and design-led regeneration, and governance of creative city: a comparative research between Taipei and Shanghai’ /102-2628-H-305-005, based on the National Taipei University (as the Project Director).

國科會優秀年輕學者研究計畫,Project title: 文化與設計導向的都市再生、與創意城市之治理:台北與上海的比較研究/102-2628-H-305-005,(任計畫主持人於台北大學執行)。

 

2012-2013

National Science Council (Taiwan), Research Project for Excellent Junior Research Investigators. Project title: ‘New Strategy for Urban Regeneration? A critical study of the import, translation and practice of the ‘creative city’ discourse in Taipei.’ /101-2628-H-305-003, based on the National Taipei University (as the Project Director).

國科會優秀年輕學者研究計畫,Project title: 「新」的都市再生戰略:創意城市論述的引入、轉化與實踐在台北/101-2628-H-305-003,(任計畫主持人於台北大學執行)。

 

2011-2012

National Science Council (Taiwan), Research Project for Junior Research. Project title: ‘Sustainable Redevelopment? The entanglement of sustainability and entrepreneurialism in the process of regenerating London and Taipei’ /100-2410-H-305-076, based on the National Taipei University (as the Project Director).

國科會新進專題研究計劃,Project title: 永續的「再」發展?永續性與企業主義在都市再生中的交織,以倫敦與台北為例/100-2410-H-305-076,(任計畫主持人於台北大學執行)。