Associate Professor Chua Lynette J.

Articles
"Collective Litigation and Constitutional Challenges to Decriminalize Homosexuality in Singapore" (forthcoming) Journal of Law & Society

"Negotiating In/visibility: The Political Economy of Lesbian Activism and Rights Advocacy" (with Timothy Hildebrandt) (forthcoming) Development & Change.

"Negotiating Social Norms and Relations in the Micromobilization of Human Rights: The Case of Burmese Lesbian Activism" (2016) 41, no. 3 Law and Social Inquiry-Journal of the American Bar Foundation 643-669

"Judicial Review of Executive Power in the Singaporean Context" (2016) 4, No. 1 Journal of Law and Courts 43-64

"Law and 'Race' in the Citizenship Spaces of Myanmar: Spatial Strategies and the Political Subjectivity of the Burmese-Chinese" (2016) 39 no 5 Ethnic and Racial Studies. (with Elaine Ho) 896-916

"State and Personhood in Southeast Asia: The Promise and Potential for Law and Society Research" (2015) vol 2 no. 2 Asian Journal of Law and Society 211-228 (with David M. Engel)

"The Vernacular Mobilization of Human Rights in Myanmar's Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Movement" (2015) 49 no. 2 Law & Society Review. 299-332

"Sexual Orientation and Gender Minorities in Transition: LGBT Rights and Activism in Myanmar". (2015) 37 no. 1 Human Rights Quarterly 1-28 (with David Gilbert)

"Charting Socio-legal Scholarship on Southeast Asia: Key Themes and Future Directions" (2014) 9, No. 1, Asian Journal of Comparative Law 5-27

"From Health Crisis to Gay Advocacy? HIV/AIDS and Gay Rights Activism in China and Singapore" (2014) 25 No. 6 Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 1583-1605 (with Timothy Hildebrandt)

"Rights Mobilization and the Campaign to Decriminalize Homosexuality in Singapore". 1 no. 1 Asian Journal of Law and Society (2014) 205-228

"Pragmatic Resistance, Law, and Social Movements in Authoritarian States: The Case of Gay Collective Action in Singapore" (2012) 46 no. 4 Law & Society Review 713-748.

"Saying No: Sections 377 and 377A of the Penal Code." (2003) Singapore Journal of Legal Studies: 209-261.

Shorter Articles
"The Power of Legal Processes and Section 377A of the Penal Code: Tan Eng Hong v. Attorney-General" (2012) 2 Singapore Journal of Legal Studies

"Law, State Control, and Women's Movements: A Review Essay." (2008) 4:1Asian Journal of Women's Studies 120-141

Chapters
"State Violence, Human Rights Violations, and the Case of Apwint in Myanmar" in Amy Barrow and Joy L Chia eds., Gender, Violence, and the State in Asia (London: Routledge, 2016) (with David Gilbert) (forthcoming)

Books
Affective Rights: The Politics of Love in Myanmar (under contract, Stanford University Press)

Mobilizing Gay Singapore: Rights and Resistance in an Authoritarian State, (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2014)

Journals Edited
Special Issue: The Life and Future of British Colonial Sexual Regulation in Asia (2016) 46 No. 1 Hong Kong Law Journal 1-173 (joint guest editor with Michael Hor).

Special Issue: Researching State and Personhood: Law and Society in Southeast Asia (2015) 2 no. 2 Asian Journal of Law and Society 207-338

Special Issue: Socio-legal Scholarship on Southeast Asia: Themes and Directions (2014) 9 No. 1 Asian Journal of Comparative Law 1-196 (joint guest editor with Melissa Crouch)

Book Reviews
Review of Free Burma: Transnational Legal Action and Corporate Accountability by of Dale, John G. (2011) 47 Law & Society Review 446-448.

Review of A State of Ambivalence: The Feminist Movement in Singapore by Lyons, Lenore (2004) 21 Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice 246-253.

Thesis
How does Law Matter to Social Movements? A Case Study of Gay Activism in Singapore (Ph.D. diss., University of California, Berkeley, United States, 2011)



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