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Chan, Suzanna (2017) "Alive..again." Unmoored in the Aquafuture of Ellen Gallagher's "Watery Ecstatic.". WSQ: Women's Studies Quarterly, 45 (1&2). pp. 246-263. [Journal article]


Chan, Suzanna (2015) Aesthetics of Hospitality and Sexual Difference: Chantal Akerman’s De L’Autre Côté/From the Other Side. In: Art and Geopolitical Borders: Contested Sovereignty and Art Practices. MIRIAD, Manchester School of Art.. 5 pp. [Conference contribution]

Chan, Suzanna (2015) Sexual Difference as Hospitality: Chantal Akerman’s 'De L’Autre Côté/From the Other Side’. In: Association of Art Historians Annual Conference, University of East Anglia, Norwich. Association of Art Historians. 6 pp. [Conference contribution]


Chan, Suzanna (2013) ‘Astonishing Marine Living. Ellen Gallagher’s “Ichthyosaurus” at the Freud Museum’. In: Visual Politics of Psychoanalysis. Art and the Image in Post-Traumatic Cultures. (Eds: Pollock, Griselda), IB Tauris, London; New York, pp. 102-115. ISBN 9781780763163 [Book section]


Chan, Suzanna and Lerm Hayes, Christa-Maria (2011) The Role of Diversity in the Production and Reception of Art in Belfast: Space Shuttle. In: Beuysian Legacies in Ireland and Beyond: Art, Culture and Politics. (Eds: Lerm Hayes, Christa-Maria and Walters, Victoria), LlT Verlag, Berlin, Muenster, pp. 118-146. ISBN 978-3-8258-0761-0 [Book section]


Chan, Suzanna (2009) “ ‘After Hard Times’: Disjunctive Temporality and Ethics of Memory in Art by Aisling O’Beirn, Sandra Johnston and Heather Allen". Visual Culture in Britain, 10 (2). pp. 155-171. [Journal article]

Chan, Suzanna (2009) “Space Shuttle/Pass Odyssey: Creative Mobility, Gender, Class and ‘Donegall Pass’”. The Irish Review, 40-41 . pp. 91-104. [Journal article]


Chan, Suzanna (2008) “’I Treated You White’: Ulysses, gender and the visual culture of ‘race’”. In: Facing the Other: Interdisciplinary Studies on Race, Gender and Social Justice in Ireland. (Eds: Farago, B and Sullivan, M), Cambridge Scholars Press, pp. 19-32. ISBN ISBN (10): 1-84718-597-5, ISBN (13): 9781847185976 [Book section]


Chan, Suzanna (2007) “Dialogic Relations. Women, Art, Ireland ". Art History, 30 (5). pp. 782-785. [Journal article]

Chan, Suzanna (2007) “Marching, Masquerade, Minstrelsy: Performing white loyalist masculinity as ‘blackness’”. In: Irish Postmodernisms and Popular Culture. (Eds: Balzano, W, Mulhall, A and Sullivan, M), Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 33-47. ISBN 978-0-230-00870-0, 0-230-00870-4 [Book section]


Chan, Suzanna (2006) 'God's Little Acre', 'Belfast Chinatown': diversity and ethnic place identity in Belfast. In: Euro.Div Conference, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, Milan. FEEM Working Papers, Social Science Research Network, SSRN e-library http://ssrn.com/abstract-896674. 10 pp. [Conference contribution]

Chan, Suzanna (2006) ‘“God’s little acre”/“Belfast Chinatown”: Cultural politics and agencies of anti-racist spatial inscription.”. Translocations: Irish Migration, ‘Race’ and Social Transformation Review, 1 (1). pp. 56-75. [Journal article]

Chan, Suzanna (2006) “ ‘Kiss My Royal Irish Ass.’ Contesting Identity: Visual Culture, Gender, Whiteness and Diaspora”. Journal of Gender Studies, v. 15 (1). pp. 1-17. [Journal article]


Chan, Suzanna (2003) Art, Nation and Gender: Ethnic Landscapes, Myths and Motherfigures. Women’s Studies International Forum, 26 (6). pp. 581-582. [Journal article]

Chan, Suzanna (2003) “Looking for Molly Bloom: Frances Hegarty and Andrew Stones’ artwork ‘For Dublin’”. Irish Studies Review, v. 11 . pp. 321-337. [Journal article]

Chan, Suzanna (2003) “Women and Cities: Selected Artworks from Belfast”. In: Cities of Belfast. (Eds: Allen, N and Kelly, A), Four Courts, pp. 211-233. ISBN 1-85182-785-4 [Book section]

Chan, Suzanna (2003) “Representing Nation, Gender and ‘Race’ in Irish Visual Art”. In: New Voices in Irish Criticism. (Eds: Dillane, F and Kelly, R), Four Courts, pp. 50-63. ISBN ISBN: 1-85182-735-8 [Book section]

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