Ph.D., University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
M.A., University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
B.A. (Hon), University of King’s College, Halifax, Canada
Cultures, Peoples and Landscapes
Culture in the city
Critical heritage studies
Hong Kong and the Pacific Rim
Cultural geographies of construction and infrastructure
Hong Kong Baptist University Faculty Research Grant (FRGII) Drivers and impacts of work-related mobilities of construction workers in Eastern Canada. 2017-2018. (Grant awarded: HK$50,000)
Hong Kong Baptist University, Faculty Research Grant (FRGII), Between Places and Plans: A Cultural Geography of Walking and Pedestrian Planning in Hong Kong. 2016-2018. (Grant awarded: HK$ 96,600)
A Relational Geography of Heritage in Post-1997 Hong Kong (completed PhD research)
Mobility in the Construction Industry (Part of the On the Move Partnership: Employment Related Geographical Mobility in the Canadian Context, PI: Prof. Barbara Neis)
Neis, B., L. Barber, K. Fitzpatrick, N. Hanson, C. Knott, S. Premji, E. Thornburn (forthcoming) “Fragile synchronicities: diverse, disruptive and constraining rhythms of employment-related geographical mobility, paid and unpaid work in Canada.” Gender, Place and Culture.
Barber, L. (2018) “Inside the Mobilities Regime of Newfoundland and Labrador’s SPO projects: Worker Experiences of Rotational Work.” Labour/Le travail 81 (Spring 2018).
Barber, L. (2016) “Construction-phase extended commuting and uneven regional development: Work, households and communities in Newfoundland and Labrador’s new extractive economy,” The Extractive Industries and Society Volume 3, Issue 3, 640-648.
Barber, L. (2014) “(Re) Making heritage policy in Hong Kong: A relational politics of global knowledge and local innovation.” Urban Studies 51(6): 1179-1195.
Barber, L. (2013) “Making meaning of heritage landscapes: The politics of redevelopment in Halifax, NS.” The Canadian Geographer 57(1): 90-112.
Barber, L. (2013) Culture, Heritage and Representation: Perspectives on Visuality and the Past. Eds. Emma Waterton and Steve Watson, Ashgate. The Canadian Geographer.