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., 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., M. W. Seymour. 2018. Children's perceptions of neighbourhood environments for walking and outdoor play. Landscape Research. 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.
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.