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Ingram, G. B. in press. From constructing rights to building multicultural, queer infrastructure: Trajectories of activism, public policy & organizational development in Vancouver. in Queer Mobilizations: Pan-Canadian Perspectives on Activism and Public Policy. Manon Tremblay editor. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Ingram, Gordon Brent. 2012. From queer spaces to queerer ecologies: Recasting Gregory Bateson’s Steps to an Ecology of Mind to further mobilise & anticipate historically marginal stakeholders in environmental planning for community development. European Journal of Ecopsychology 3 (Queer Ecologies issue): 53 – 80.

Ingram, G. B. 2010. Fragments, edges & matrices: Retheorizing the formation of a so-called Gay Ghetto through queering landscape ecology. in Queer Ecologies: Sex, Nature, Politics & Desire. Cate Sandilands and Bruce Erickson (eds.). Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. 254 – 282.

Ingram, G. B. 2007. Unresolved legacies & contested futures: Aboriginal food production landscapes, ecosystem recovery strategies and land use planning for conservation of the Garry oak ecosystems in south-western British Columbia. Undercurrents (issue on Planning, Culture and Space) 16: 15 – 19.

Ingram & Lindsay Upshaw. 2005. Gap analysis in conservation planning for cultural & less culturally modified landscapes: Prospects for northern Garry oak ecosystems in British Columbia, Monitoring the Effectiveness of Biological Conservation, Vancouver. Forrex Journal, British Columbia.

Gordon Brent Ingram & Michael Habib. 2004. Re-ordering & after: Editing ecosystems & history in the restoration of heritage landscapes under globalization. in 2004-2005 Series of the Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Working Paper Series 160 (International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments / University of California Berkeley College of Environmental Design).

Ingram, G. B. in press. Fields or forest? Aboriginal food production landscapes, unresolved legacies and contemporary ecosystem management of Garry oak woodlands in southwestern British Columbia. in Forest and Environmental History of the British Empire and Commonwealth. London: Oxford University Press.

Ingram, G. B. 2003. Returning to the scene of the crime: Uses of trial narratives of consensual male homosexuality for urban research, with examples from Twentieth-Century British Columbia. GLQ (Gay and Lesbian Quarterly) (New York) 10(1): 77 – 110.


Matthew Hays. 2008. Unearthing the ignored and forgotten: Retelling the entrapment case of Rex vs Singh. Xtra! West (14 August, 2008): 25 (plus cover of issue).

Ingram, G. B. 2002. Thinking like a dynamic mosaic: The relevance of landscape ecology to setting goals for biodiversity conservation & restoration for northern Garry oak ecosystems. Conference Proceedings: Restoring Garry Oak Ecosystems – Progress and Prognosis, University of Victoria April 2002, 96 – 108.

Ingram, G. B. 2001. Redesigning Wreck: Beach meets forest as location of male homoerotic culture & placemaking in Pacific Canada. in In a Queer Country: Gay and lesbian studies in the Canadian Context. Terry Goldie (ed.). Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press. 188 – 208.

Alan Sears. 2002. Queerly Canadian. Review – In a Queer Country: Gay and Lesbian Studies in the Canadian Context. Arsenal Pulp Press.

Ingram, G. B. 2000. Locating ‘pretti’near’: Cartographies for decolonisation and reconstruction of gay male social space in Pacific Canada. Thamyris (Amsterdam) 7(1): 1381 – 1312. Special issue: Overcoming Boundaries: Ethnicity, Gender and Sexuality, Issue Editors: Gert Hekma and Isabel Hoving.

Ingram, G. B. 2000. Mapping decolonisation in male homoerotic space in Pacific Canada. in De-Centring Sexualities: Representation and Politics Beyond the Metropolis. Richard Phillips, Diane Watt and David Shuttleton (eds.). London: Routledge. 217 – 238.

Ingram, Gordon Brent. 1999. Contests over social memory in waterfront Vancouver: Historical editing & obfuscation through public art in Waterfronts of Art I: Art for Social Facilitation. Antoni Remesar (ed.). Barcelona: Public Art Observatory, Publicacions Universitat de Barcelona. pp. 34 – 47. file of entire anthology available on-line .

Ingram, G. B. 1998. Tradeoff analysis in planning networks for in situ conservation of wild plant genetic resources. in The Proceedings of International Symposium on in situ conservation of plant genetic diversity. (edited by N. Zencirci, Z. Kaya, Y. Anikster, and W.T. Adams). , Ankara, Turkey: Central Research Institute for Field Crops publication. 373 – 384.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. Marginality and the landscapes of erotic alien( n)ations. in Queers in Space: Communities | Public Places | Sites of Resistance. Ingram, G. B., A.-M. Bouthillette and Y. Retter (eds.). Seattle: Bay Press. 27 – 52.

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Guy Trebay. 1999. Queers in Space DUMBA Takes Off. The Village Voice (New York City) (May 11th 1999).

Ingram, G. B. 1997. `Open’ space as strategic queer sites. in Queers in Space: Communities | Public Places | Sites of Resistance. 95 – 125.


Guy Trebay. 1997. No Pain No Gain: The mainstreaming of kink. Village Voice (New York) November 11, 1997 XLII (45): 32 – 36. p. 36.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. Tradeoff analysis in planning networks of protected areas for biodiversity conservation. Biopolicy Journal (UK) 2 (Paper 3)(PY97003):

Ingram, G. B. 1996. Integration of in situ conservation of plant genetic resources into landscape and regional planning. In Biodiversity in Managed Landscapes. Robert C. Szaro and David w. Johnston. Toronto: Oxford University Press. 454 – 476.

Ingram, G. B. 1995. Conserving habitat and biological diversity: A study of obstacles on Gwaii Haanas, British Columbia. Forest and Conservation History (North Carolina) 39(2): 77 – 89.

Ingram, G. B. 1995. Reclaiming territory through conservation areas: Gwaii Haanas, Haida Gwaii, 1851-1993. UnderCurrents: Critical environmental studies (Toronto) Politics of Natural Space issue: 42 – 48.

Ingram, G. B. 1995. Landscapes of (un)lawful chaos: Conflicts around temperate rain forest and biological diversity in Pacific Canada. RECIEL: Review of European Community & International Environmental Law 4(3): 242 – 249.


Paula M. Pevato. 1995. Editorial. RECEIL 4(3): iii – vi.

Ingram, G. B. 1994. Institutional obstacles to conservation of habitat and biological diversity on Fergusson Island, Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea. Pacific Affairs (Vancouver) 67(1): 26 – 45.

Ingram, G. B. 1994. Rainforest conservation initiated by traditional island communities: Implications for development planning. Canadian Journal of Development Studies (Ottawa) XV(2): 193 – 218.

Ingram, G. B. 1994. Lost landscapes and the spatial contexualizaton of queerness. UnderCurrents: Critical environmental studies (Toronto) (May 1994): 4 – 9 (issue entitled “Queer Nature”).


John Bentley Mays. 1994. Green passages / Examining the different meanings of urban territory – Queer space. Globe and Mail (Toronto) September 21, 1994: A13.

John Bentley Mays. 1994. Redefining urban space. Globe and Mail (Toronto) October 3, 1994: C7.

Ingram, G. B. and J. T. Williams. 1993. Gap analysis for in situ conservation of crop genepools: Implications of the Convention on Biological Diversity. Biodiversity Letters (London) 1: 141 – 148.

Vogel, J. H. and G. B. Ingram. 1993. Biodiversity versus `genetically coded functions’: The importance of definitions in conservation policy. RECIEL: Review of European Community & International Environmental Law (London) 2(2): 121 – 125.

Ingram, G. B. 1992. The remaining islands with primary rainforest: A global resource. Environmental Management (Massachusetts) 16(5): 585 – 595. Issue on problems on small islands.

Ingram, G. B. 1991. Habitat, visual and recreational values and the planning of extractive development and protected areas: A tale of three islands. Landscape and Urban Planning (Amsterdam) 21: 109 – 129.

Ingram, G. B. 1990. Multi-gene pool surveys in areas with rapid genetic erosion: An example from the Aïr Mountains, northern Niger. Conservation Biology (New York) 4(1): 78 – 90.

Ingram, G. B. 1990. The management of biosphere reserves for the conservation and utilization of genetic resources: The social choices. Impact of Science on Society (Paris) 158: 133 – 141.

Ingram, G. B. 1990. The need for knowledge from indigenous communities in planning networks of protected habitat for the conservation of biological diversity: Three island settings. in Ethnobiology: Implications and applications. Proceedings of the First International Congress on Ethnobiology (Belem, Brazil 1988). Part 2. M.J. Plotkin (ed.). Belem, Para, Goeldi Museum. 87 – 105.

Ingram, G. B. 1987. Conservation of wild plants in crop gene pools and their intraspecific variation: Current needs and opportunities in the moist forest of SE Asia. in The Conservation and Management of Endangered Plants and Animals. Proceedings of the Symposium on the Conservation and Management of Endangered Plants and Animals, Bogor, Indonesia, June 1986. C. Santiapillai and K.R. Ashby (eds.). Bogor, Indonesia, South-East Asia Center for Tropical Biology. 63-85.

Ingram, G. B. and J. T. Williams. 1984. In situ conservation of wild relatives of crops. in Crop Genetic Resources: Conservation and Evaluation. J. H. W. Holden and J.T. Williams (editors.). London, George Allen and Unwin. 163-179.