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Sekandra, Akbar’s Tomb, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India, 18 March 2007 photo by Gordon Brent Ingram

A more complete list is posted at www.gordonbrentingram.ca/photobased.

·Ingram, G. B. 2002. Thinking like a dynamic mosaic: Towards a strategy for conserving northern Garry oak ecosystems * part 1. Menziesia (Journal of the British Columbia Native Plant Society). 7 (1): 8 – 11. photographs on pp. 8, 9, 10 & 11.

·Ingram, G. B. 2002. Thinking like a dynamic mosaic: Conservation planning for the plant species at risk in northern Garry oak landscapes in BC, * part 2. Menziesia 7 (2): 8 – 12. photographs on pp. 8, 9 & 10.

·Ingram, G. B. 2000. (On the beach): Practising queerscape architecture. in Practice Practise Praxis: Serial Repetition, Organizational Behaviour and Strategic Action in Architecture. Scott Sorli (ed.). Toronto: YYZ Artist Publishers. 108 – 123. photograph on p. 108.

·Walker, Peter. 1998. Landscape architecture at Berkeley, 1998. CED Views (College of Environmental Design, University of California) (Summer 1998): photographs on p. 3.

·IPGRI (International Plant Genetic Resources Institute). 1998. IPGRI Annual Report 1998. Rome: IPGRI. cover.

·Ingram. 1997. Marginality and the landscapes of erotic alien( n)ations. in Queers in Space. photographs: 42, 45, 48.

·Ingram. 1997. `Open’ space as strategic queer sites. in Queers in Space. photographs: 97, 98, 111, 112.

·Ingram, Retter & Bouthillette. 1997. Part 1 – Narratives of place: Subjective and collective. in Queers in Space: Communities | Public Places | Sites of Resistance. photograph: 58

·Sarah Schulman. 1997. People and their streets, places. in Queers in Space. 77 – 80. photographs: 78, 79, 80.

·Ingram, Retter & Bouthillette. 1997. Surveying territories and landscapes. in Queers in Space. 89 – 94. photograph: 89.

·John Grube. 1997. No more shit: The struggle for democratic gay space in Toronto. in Queers in Space. 127 – 145. photographs and graphics: 127, 132, 134, 138, 140, & 145.

·Clare Hemmings. 1997. From landmarks to spaces: Mapping the territory of a bisexual geneology. in Queers in Space. 146 – 162. photograph: 160.

·Ingram, Retter & Bouthillette. 1997. Queer zones and enclaves: Political economies of community formation. in Queers in Space. photograph: 171.

·Pat Califia. 1997. San Francisco: Revisiting The City of Desire. in Queers in Space. 177 – 196. photographs: 182, 195.

·Ty Geltmaker. 1997. The Queer Nation Acts Up: Health care, politics, and sexual diversity in the County of the Angels, 1990 – 1992. in Queers in Space. 233 – 274. photographs: 236, 238, 245, & 265.

·Ingram, Bouthillette & Retter. 1997. – Placemaking and the dialectics of public and private. in Queers in Space. photographs: 293, 296, 299.

·Ingram, Retter & Bouthillette. 1997. Making room: Queerscape architectures and the spaces of activism. in Queers in Space. photograph: 380.

·Polchin, J. 1997. Having something to wear: The landscape of identity on Christopher Street. in Queers in Space. 381 – 390. photographs and graphics: 382, 383, 385, 396, 388, & 389.

·Tattelman, I. 1997. The meaning of the wall: Tracing the gay bathhouse. in Queers in Space. 391 – 406. photograph: 401.

·Ingram, G. B. 1997. Vancouver as porn noir: Constructing the racialized & homophobic city. Border / Lines (Toronto) 45: 30 – 34. photograph: 30 – 31.

·Ingram. 1996. Design for plant conservation: Techniques for setting boundaries of nature reserves. Plant Talk. graphics: 27 – 29.

·Ingram. 1994. Rainforest conservation initiated by traditional island communities: Implications for development planning. Canadian Journal of Development Studies (Ottawa) XV(2): 193 – 218. graphics: 208, 211.

·Ingram. 1994. Lost landscapes and the spatial contexualizaton of queerness. UnderCurrents: Critical environmental studies. photographs: 4, 6, 9.

·Ingram. 1992. The remaining islands with primary rainforest: A global resource. Environmental Management (Massachusetts) 16(5): 585 – 595. graphics: 586, 587, 588, 589.

·Ingram. 1992. Landscape indicators for conservation of biological diversity: An example from Haida Gwaii, British Columbia. in Landscape Approaches to Wildlife and Ecosystem Management. G. B. Ingram and M. R. Moss (editors). Morin Heights, Quebec, Polyscience. 99 134. graphics: 101, 102, 104, 106, 108, 111.

·Ingram. 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. graphics: 115, 116, 117, 118, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 127.

·International Board for Plant Genetic Resources. 1986. Poster: Wild plants are important genetic resources Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome. single large photograph by Ingram.

·1983. OVO (Montréal) 49 – Couples issue. page 26.

·1983. Parallélogramme (Toronto) 8(3): 88.

·1982. OVO (Montréal) 46 – Photography and literature. 4 pages.

·1978. RFD (Oregon) 18 – front and back cover.

·1974. RFD (Oregon) 2: 47.