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List of Papers
Ayako Fukushima Last modified date:2021.04.13

Associate Professor / Architectural History and Heritage Studies / Department of Environmental Design / Faculty of Design


Papers
1. Ayako Fukushima, BUILDING ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI CHURCH AND SCHOOL IN HONG KONG
Emergence of Church and School Complex in the 1950s, 日本建築学会計画系論文集, https://doi.org/10.3130/aija.85.453, 85, 768, 453-462, 2020.02.
2. Maintenance and post-disaster restoration of Catholic Tetori church.
3. Ayako Fukushima, SOCIAL AND POLITICAL FACTORS IN INDUCTION OF CATHOLIC CHURCHES IN HONG KONG, 日本建築学会計画系論文集, 758, 977-986, 2019.04.
4. Ayako Fukushima, A comprehensive survey of Catholic churches in Hong Kong from 1945 to 1955, AIJ Journal of Technology and Design, 10.3130/aijt.25.467, 25, 59, 467-472, 2019.02, This study aims, through a comprehensive survey, to identify all the Catholic churches in Hong Kong, which were established between 1945 and 1955. It was revealed that “chapels in refugee settlements” emerged in the early 1950s due to the influx of refugees from China whereas “stand-alone churches” and “mission stations,” which occupied the majority of churches until the early 20th century, decreased. Another type of church emerged was “church and school complex,” which was a school building that had a permanent parish church space inside. Such type of church was devised to cater for a rapid increase of young population..
5. Ayako Fukushima, Laity Involvement in Catholic Church Buildings of Hong Kong: Interpretation within Religious, Social and Political Contexts from the 1950s to 2015, 九州大学大学院 博士(工学)学位論文, 2016.03.
6. Ayako Fukushima, Yoshitake Doi, The Catholic Building Professional Advisory Group and its Spirituality: laity involvement in church building system of the Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong, 日本建築学会 日本建築学会計画系論文集 Journal of Architecture and Planning, 80, 708, 429-439, 2015.02.
7. Fukushima Ayako, Doi Yoshitake, THE BUILDING PROCESS AND THE LAITY INVOLVEMENT OF
OUR LADY OF MOUNT CARMEL CHURCH IN WANCHAI, HONG KONG
Church building system of the Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong, 日本建築学会, 日本建築学会計画系論文集 2013年6月 第78巻 第688号 Journal of Architecture and Building Science, Vol.78, No. 688, June 2013, 78, 688, 2013.06.
8. Ayako Fukushima, Catholic laity involvement in church building project: management of church building projects in the Hong Kong Catholic Diocese from the 1960s to present, 日本建築学会計画系論文集, 76, 667, 1711-1719, 2011.09.
9. Ayako Fukushima, Demolition of Tangible Properties as an Intangible Practice : To Respect or Not?, World Heritage and Tourism : Managing for the Global and the Local, 519-537, 2011.02.
10. Ayako Fukushima, An Examination of the Roles of Higher Education in Heritage Conservation, 2010 World Universities Congress Proceedings II, II, 1683-1693, 2010.10.
11. Ayako Fukushima, Tadashi takao, Junne Kikata, Tourism Management and Public Participation in Landscape Management through the Landscape Act in Japan, Proceedings of 2nd UNESCO-ICCROM Asian Academy for Heritage Management Conference: Urban Heritage and Tourism: Challenges and Opportunities, 2009.12.
12. Ayako FUKUSHIMA, Junne KIKATA, Tadashi TAKAO, Hisashi SHIBATA, Preserving the "shell" and Regenerating the spirit
- Case Study of Christian churches in islands in the southern Japan -, ICOMOS, 2008.09.
13. Urban Conservation Education at The University of Hong Kong
- Program's Role and Function in and beyond the Hong Kong Society -.
14. The paper describes the rudimental results of the comprehensive study on preservation education. The author reviewed preceding studies on preservation education in Japan and the U.S. Through observation and analysis of current preservation education in the U.S., it is clearly said that the characteristics of preservation education in the U.S. is the clear aim of the program: training practical preservation specialists. Preservation educators in Japan should think again what type of preservation education they should provide, what type of people they should train through the education and what is the ideal preservation system in Japan..