Chuo Li

Chuo Li

Associate Professor

Phone: 662-325-7898

Mailing Address:
Box 9725
Mississippi State, MS 39762
Office: LA Facility, Suite C103
845-3 Stone Blvd.
  • Ph.D., University of Illinois
  • M.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • International Master Degree, Roskilde University (Denmark)
  • B.E.A., Sichuan University (China)

  • Landscape Architecture Design I
  • Landscape Architecture Capstone Studio
  • Introduction to Research Methods in Landscape Architecture
  • Landscape Architecture Graduate Design Studio II
  • Research/Thesis


Li, C., H. Chen. 2020. Culture and nature in conserving the indigenous water system in rural China: A case study of the ancient village of Hongcun. Journal of Landscape Architecture 2:44-55.  Download
Li, C., M. W. Seymour. 2019. Children's perceptions of neighbourhood environments for walking and outdoor play. Landscape Research 44(4):430-443. Download
Li, C., A. Ghiasi, X. Li, G. Chi. 2018. Sociodemographics and access to organic and local food: A case study of New Orleans, Louisiana. Cities 79:141-150.  Download
Li, C. G. Chi, R. Jackson. 2017. Neighborhood built environment and walking behaviours: Evidence from the rural American South. Indoor and Built Environment. Download
Li, C. 2015. Commercialism and Identity Politics in New York's Chinatown. Journal of Urban History 41(6):1118-1134. Download
Li, C. 2015. Heritage and ethnic identity: Preserving Chinese cemeteries in the United States. International Journal of Heritage Studies 21(7):642-659. Download
Li, C. 2015. Interrogating ethnic identity: Space and community building in Chicago's Chinatown. Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review 27(1):55-68.
Li, C., G. Chi, R. Jackson. 2015. Perceptions and barriers to walking in the rural American South: The influence of neighborhood built environment on pedestrian behaviors. Urban Design International 20:255-273. Download
Li, C. 2012. On Location: Heritage Cities and Sites. Pages 37-59 in D. F. Ruggles (Ed.), The Politics and Heritage of Race and Space in San Francisco's Chinatown. New York: Springer.
Li, C. 2012. The myth of tradition in New York Chinatown. Volume 242, Political Placemaking and Urban Mythology in The Myth of Tradition, International Association of the Study of Traditional Environment.