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Door in village of Misfat Al A’briyeen, Hajar Mountains, northern Oman, January 2004, photograph by Gordon Brent Ingram

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

Ingram. 2013. Expanding & Diversifying Environmental Research: Needs for Urbanizing Coastal Regions Exporting Fossil Fuels presentation to the Qatar University Environmental Studies Center, Doha.

Ingram. 2013. Designs from The Terminal City: Activist strategies for diversifying research & educational offerings for a national centre in Toronto. Faculty of Design of Ontario College of Art and Design University. Toronto.

Ingram. 2011. Sustainability For Uncertain Times: The expanding roles of critical engagement in urban environmental planning for community development. Department of Urban Planning and Design, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Suzhou Dushu Lake Higher Education Town, Jiangsu Province, CHINA.

Ingram. 2011. Planning For Uncertain Times: Fostering Higher Education for Innovative & Sustainable, Architecture and Community Development for Southern Africa. School Of Architecture And Planning, Faculty Of Engineering And The Built Environment, University Of The Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Ingram. 2011. Repositioning the Landscape in Architecture: Towards Innovative Research & Design Processes for Site Planning in Uncertain Times. School of Architecture, University of Hawai’i.

Ingram. 2010. Planning For Sustainability in Uncertain Times: Building Transformative Graduate-Level Curriculum for Urban Environmental Leadership, Policy & Problem-Solving, George Washington University College of Professional Studies, Washington, D.C.

Ingram. 2009. Planning for uncertain times: Shifting needs for educating professionals (and activists) transforming cities, regions & environments during multiple crises. School of Urban and Regional Planning, Faculty of Community Services, Ryerson University, Toronto.

Ingram. 2007. Fragments, edges & matrices: Some landscape ecologies of networks of sexual minorities within neighbourhoods. Presented and discussed at Queer Ecologies: Sex, Nature, Politics & Desire, Toronto, Ontario (sponsored by York University).

Ingram, G. B. 2006. New Developments in GIS for Biodiversity Conservation: Implications for capacity building in Pakistan. A Workshop for the World-Wide Fund for Nature (WWF – Pakistan), Lahore.

Ingram, G. B. 2006. South-Eastern Arabia: Geography & Environment / Ras Al Khaimah: Contemporary Political Economy & the Status of the New Campus presented in “RAK 101: Ras Al Khaimah On The Edge Of Metropolitan Dubai In The United Arab Emirates, The Site Of The New George Mason University Campus in The Middle East in the seminar series, Going Global: The ethics & politics of a George Mason University campus in the Middle East.

Ingram, G. B. 2006. Reordering & After: Heritage Landscapes, Globalization & Historical Interpretation in South-Eastern Arabia in the seminar series, Going Global: The ethics & politics of a George Mason University campus in the Middle East.

Ingram, G. B. 2005. Ras Al Khaimah: Opportunities for innovative higher education in the Middle East. A presentation at George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia.

Ingram, G. B.2004. Historical assessment protocols in setting ecosystem restoration priorities for cultural landscapes: Prospects for the oak woodland and conifer forest mosaics modified by the Salish of Pacific Canada, Faculté des géosciences et de l’environnement, Université de Lausanne, Switzerland.

Ingram, G. B. 2004. Returning to the scene of the crime: Uses of trial dossiers on consensual male homosexuality for urban research with examples from twentieth century British Columbia. RESOLUTIONS AND RUPTURES: Sexual and gender diversity and the spaces in between, conference at The University of British Columbia.

Ingram, G. B. 2002. The ecology of Mt. Maxwell & other northern Garry oak landscapes, Salt Spring Island Conservancy, Ganges, Salt Spring Island, British Columbia followed by a field trip on management and restoration.

Ingram, G. B. 2002. Returning to the scene of the crime: Historical fragments & unfinished plans. Xtra Speakers series, Little Sister’s Bookstore, Vancouver.

Ingram, G. B.2001. Environmental planning for biodiversity conservation: Detection of & response to social conflicts in the northern margins of Garry oak, Quercus garryana, ecosystems. Department of Geography and Environment. London School of Economics.

Ingram, G. B. 2001. Thinking like a dynamic mosaic: Conservation planning for the northern Garry oak, Quercus garryana, landscapes in British Columbia. The Richmond Natural History Society, Lulu Island, Canada.

Ingram, G. B. 2000. Use of satellite imagery in forest biodiversity conservation planning: Identifying fragments & corridors for the Salt Range, Punjab. presentation to & discussion with the Lahore office of WWF Pakistan.

Ingram, G. B. 1999. Conservation of biological diversity as landscape architecture. Guest lecture. International PhD Course, The Management of Biodiversity from a Landscape Ecological Perspective, Roskilde University, Denmark.

Ingram, G. B. 1999. Landscape ecology grounded in critical social theory: Opportunities for assessing forest degradation & formulating rehabilitation strategies, The International Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth Sciences (ITC), Enschede, The Netherlands.

Ingram, G. B. 1999. The implications of landscape ecology for conserving the biological diversity of northern Garry oak, Quercus garryana, ecosystems. Guest lecture. International PhD Course, The Management of Biodiversity from a Landscape Ecological Perspective, Roskilde University, Denmark.

Ingram, G. B. 1999. Queer geographies: Diverging theories of homoerotic space for urban policy, planning & design. Guest lecture at the Department of Sociology, University of Amsterdam.

Ingram, G. B. 1999. Expanding use of geoinformatics in forest conservation, protection & rehabilitation (with an emphasis on regulatory enforcement). presentation at ITC to Indonesian Environmental Impact Management Agency.

Ingram, G. B. 1998. Queerscape Architectures: In search of the implications of queer theory for urban planning. San Francisco Bay Chapter of Gays and Lesbians in Planning (GALIP). Oakland, California.

Ingram, G. B. 1998. Panel introduction and moderation Planning for improved water quality and management in the United States and abroad. Spring Forum, Department of City and Regional Planning, University of California, Berkeley.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. The city as homoerotic archaeology: Excavating lesbian and gay Los Angeles and Vancouver. Presentation of Ingram & Yolanda Retter at Beyond Baroque Literary / Arts Center, Venice, California.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. Surveying the territory: Contentions around queer space & the functions of an anthology. Presentation of Ingram & Retter at A Different Light Bookstore, West Hollywood, California.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. Queers & public space: The new localism as queerscape architectures as civic politics. Modern Times Book Store, San Francisco.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. Ghetto versus walled city: New tactics for making more & better queer neighbourhood space. A Different Light Book Store, San Francisco.

Ingram, G. B.1997. Coming home: Mapping for queer placemaking in Vancouver. Little Sisters Book Store, Vancouver.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. vancouver( as queer)scape: Strategies for mapping public spaces constructed by sexual minorities. with Anne-Marie Bouthillette & Cornelia Wyngaarden. Critical Geography Conference, (Simon Fraser University & The University of British Columbia, Vancouver). Session: Locating the politics of theory in critical human geography.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. Remaking Queer Public Space in the Castro Talk for Castro Area Planning + Action, San Francisco.

Ingram, G. B.1995. Public open space in the city as strategic queer sites. Introductory talk for the panel, Queer city spaces. Queer Frontiers (Conference).

Ingram, G. B.1995. `Open’ space?: Reconstructing the (queer) commons. York University Faculty of Environmental Studies, Toronto.

Ingram, G. B.1995. Ecological urbanization: Criteria and prospects for southeastern Vancouver Island. York University Faculty of Environmental Studies, Toronto.

Ingram, G. B.1995. Networks of protected areas and open space as ecological infrastructure: Some examples from islands with rainforest in the Pacific Rim. York University Faculty of Environmental Studies, Toronto.

Ingram, G. B.1995. Queerscape architecture: Marginality and the redesign of public space. Department of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, University of Toronto.

Ingram, G. B.1994. Conservation attempts for Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island: The crisis in site planning. Landscape Architecture Program, University of California, Berkeley.

Ingram, G. B.1994. Conservation planning in Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island: Can landscape ecology provide a framework for decision-making? Wildlife – Fisheries – Range Group, University of California, Berkeley.

Ingram, G. B.1994. Measuring biodiversity: Classical approaches. Universitá di Parma, Istituto di Ecologia, European Association for Environmental Management Education, Application module: Management of river basis and related coastal areas, M.Sc. program.

Ingram, G. B.1994. Criteria for selecting areas for protecting and conserving biodiversity. Universitá di Parma, Istituto di Ecologia, European Association for Environmental Management Education, Application module: Management of river basis and related coastal areas, M.Sc. program.

Ingram, G.B.1994. Presentation and discussion as part of the Queer Space 2 Panel symposium discussion at Storefront Art and Architecture, New York.

Ingram, G. B. 1994. Language, land, and environmental conflict. Langara College, Vancouver.

Ingram, G. B. 1993. Clayoquot Sound: The ecology of a conflict. A joint Arts1 and Science1 feature lecture for first year university students, University of British Columbia.

Ingram, G. B. 1993. Connectivity and isolation across living space: Why we need the science of landscape ecology. UBC Department of Geography.

Ingram, G. B.1992. In situ conservation of wild plants with genetic resources: New directions with the 1992 Convention on Biological Diversity. UBC Department of Plant Science.

Ingram, G. B.1992. Geographic information systems for conservation planning: Islands with primary forest in the Pacific Rim. UBC Workshop organized by the Office of the President, Hard Challenges and Opportunities in GIS-Related Research.

Ingram, G. B.1992. Conservation planning for the remaining islands with primary rainforest. Istituto de Ecologia, Facolta di Scienze, Universita degli Studi di Parma, Italy.

Ingram, G. B.1992. Desertification and village responses in the Sahel: Towards a model of vernacular evolution, garden ecosystems and sustainability. Istituto de Ecologia, Facolta di Scienze, Universita degli Studi di Parma, Italy.

Ingram, G. B. 1992. Conservation on islands with primary rain forest: What planners need to know. Shad Valley Programme for secondary school students, UBC.

Ingram, G. B.1991. Environmental issues in eastern Indonesia. (with Tityanto Pieter). presentation to Indonesia Day, Asian Centre Auditorium, UBC.

Ingram, G. B.1991. Archipelagoes on archipelagoes: Relationships between successional mosaics and requirements for networks of protected habitat on islands with rainforest. Biodiversity and Sustainable Development Symposium, XVII Pacific Science Congress, Honolulu, May 1991.

Ingram, G. B.1991. Gardens of despair: Tuareg responses to desertification, Aïr Mountains, Niger, Royal Institute of British Architects, London, lecture as part of the opening of an exhibition.

Ingram, G. B.1990. The ecology of fragmentation: Some landscape mosaics on islands. Ecology Group Lecture. UBC.

Ingram, G. B.1990. Conservation planning on islands: The information requirements – with examples from Indonesia and Papua, New Guinea. Speaker series on Natural Resources Management. UBC.

Ingram, G. B.1990. The Environment: Productivity vs. Sustainability. Ethics meeting: British Columbia Institute of Agronomists. Victoria.

Ingram, G. B.1989. Planning networks of protected habitat for conservation of local biological diversity on Fergusson Island, Papua, New Guinea: Opportunities and constraints. Guest lecturer. Biology Department, University of Papua, New Guinea, Port Moresby.

Ingram, G. B.1987. Conservation of wild plants in crop genepools and their intraspecific variation: Current needs and opportunities in the moist forest of SE Asia. Symposium on the Conservation and Management of Endangered Plants and Animals, Bogor, Indonesia, June 1986. South-East Asia Center for Tropical Biology.

Ingram, G. B.1987. Surveys and in situ conservation of the genetic resources of wild species with importance for economic exploitation: A review of international programmes. Program in protected areas and conservation of biological diversity. East-West Center Environment and Policy Institute, Honolulu.

Ingram, G. B.1986. Eco-geographical surveys. Conference: In-house review on the collection of the wild species relatives of major crop plants. International Board for Plant Genetic Resources (Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations), Rome.

Ingram, G. B.1984. The famine in West Africa: Impacts on agrarian communities, plant genetic resources and biological diversity. Closed briefing to the United States Department of State, Washington, D.C.

Ingram, G. B.1984. The prospects of conserving plant genetic resources within the international network of biosphere reserves: The long-term policy and management issues. Presentation to The International Union for Nature Conservation (IUCN), Gland (Geneva), Switzerland.

Ingram, G. B.1984. Principles for in situ conservation. Ecogeographical surveying and in situ conservation of crop relatives: An International Board for Plant Genetic Resources Task Force meeting. The World Bank, Washington, D.C.