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awards & distinctions

garden workers, Tchintoulous, November 1985 from the 1991 photoessay, Gardens of Despair: Tuareg responses to desertification, Aïr Mountains, Niger / Jardins De Désespoir: Réaction des Tuaregs devant l’expansion du désert, montagne de l’Aïr, Niger, Royal Institute of British Architects Gallery, London, 16 inch x 20 inch black and white photograph by Gordon Brent Ingram

·Lambda Literary Foundation Award for Best Lesbian and Gay Nonfiction Anthology (with Anne-Marie Bouthillette and Yolanda Retter): 1998.

·Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Arts: 1998.

·Canada Council Grants: 1981, 1994, 1995 – 1996, 1997, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2004.

·Foreign Language Area Studies Fellowship (Bahasa Indonesia), United States Department of State: 1987 – 1988.

·University of California Regents Fellowships: 1981 – 1983.

·British Columbia Cultural Fund Scholarships: 1978 – 1979, 1979 – 1980, 1981 – 1982.


The Canada Council for the Arts is the main government funding agency for the arts in the country. ‘Grants’ are considered awards and are determined through changing juries of peers. As well as receiving 7 Canada Council grants in 20 years, I have participated in two juries for individual and exhibition proposals for architecture, landscape architecture and urban design.

field research on regional ecosystems

·Pakistan: 2000, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2007.

·United Arab Emirates & Oman: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007.

·Bangladesh: 2000.

·Brunei & Philippines: 1994.

·China: 1991, 1993.

·Sahel of West Africa: Mali, Niger, Burkina Faso & Cameroon 1984 to 1986.

·Yemen 1984.

·Indonesia 1982, 1986, 1987 to 1991.

·California 1978 to 1983, 1998.

·British Columbia 1974 to 1982, 1989 to present.

field research on cultural landscapes

Pavilion, Hiran Minar, Sheikupura, Pakistan, January 2004

photography by Gordon Brent Ingram

·Urbanization (of Dubai and Abu Dhabi) and the more traditional cultural landscapes of the northern United Arab Emirates and Oman 2003 to present.

·Historic and contemporary open space in Pakistan and India with an emphasis on the Salt Range of the northern Punjab and relict gardens from the Moghul period, 2000, 2001, 2004.

·Aboriginal cultural landscapes of the British Columbia coast with a focus on Garry oak ecosystems and sites such as Mount Maxwell, Salt Spring Island and Haida Gwaii on the North Coast, 1974 to present (with work on Mount Maxwell beginning in 1978).

·Green roofs especially in western parts of North America, 1999 to present.

·New and historic open space and urban design projects in the Netherlands and in Venice, 1999.

·Archived designs and files of San Francisco-based landscape architect Thomas Dolliver Church (with some field work), 1998.

·Public art of Helen and Newton Meyer Harrison, particularly the work, California Wash, Santa Monica, 1997.

·Strategic public spaces of sexual minorities, 1980 to 1982, 1993 to present.

·China particularly palace and Buddhist temple architecture in the mountains of the subtropical south 1991, 1993.

·Islamic gardens of southern Spain 1992.

·Java, Indonesia particularly public garden, water palaces, and reconstructed Hindu shivite temples 1988 to 1991.

·Orchards and field gene banks of France 1986.

·West African garden vernacular and responses to desertification 1984, 1985, 1986.

·Italian open space, piazzas, and gardens 1983 to 1987, 1990, 1994, 1995.

·Environmental schoolyards in California 1981 and 1982.

professional & advisory appointments

Mt. Maxwell dry summer scene 8 1993

Mount Maxwell Ecological Reserve, Salt Spring Island, British Columbia,

August 1993, photograph by Gordon Brent Ingram

Associate Dean for Environmental Projects and Sustainability and Associate Professor in Environmental Science and Policy, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia  2006 to 2008, with responsibilities including:

oco-facilitating of and providing administrative support for the campus-wide task on policy development for sustainability;

odevelopment of the university’s program for a nation-wide environmental monitoring program, NEON, including developing a program and site plan for a nature reserve on the Fairfax campus;

ocoordination of proposals for the development of a research and teaching facility on estuarine ecosystems at Belmont Bay, Virginia;

oparticipation in the university’s Middle East Research Group; and

oteaching in the Department of Environmental Science and Policy with the following graduate course developed and taught:

Ecological Design for Sustainable Communities;

Biodiversity Conservation, Local Communities and Sustainable Development;

Environmental Issues for the Twenty-First Century; and

Geographical Information Systems (GIS) for Biodiversity Conservation (including development of an associated research laboratory for geomatics for biodiversity conservation).

Associate Dean for Campus Development, Ras Al Khaimah (United Arab Emirates) and Associate Professor in Environmental Science and Policy, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia 2005 to early 2006, with responsibilities including:

opolicy development for its first international campus in the Middle East;

ocoordinating academics and curriculum transfer and development George Mason University’s Middle East campus including being Executive Secretary for the Working Group on Academic Programs at George Mason University with proposals for undergraduate, graduate and professional offerings in business, nursing, biology, electronic and computer engineering, environmental science and policy, geosciences and geomatics, fine arts, and education, and Arabic language, Islamic and Middle East Area studies;

ocampus planning extending to environmental planning and design and related issues of sustainability and access;

omonitoring, implementation and partial supervision of faculty hiring, facilities development including laboratories, academic programs such as advising and instructor evaluations, university life and equity programs;

oserving on the university’s Senior Management Committee;

oteaching in the Virginia-based, Department of Environmental Science and Policy with the following graduate course developed and taught:

Geographical Information Systems (GIS) for Biodiversity Conservation and

Ecological Design for Sustainable Communities; and

oco-development and coordination of a campus-wide seminar for 2006 & 2007, ‘Going Global: The ethics and politics of a George Mason University campus in the Middle East’.

Senior Urban Planner and Visiting Associate Professor, 2003 & 2004 with ongoing involvement, Institute of Urban and Regional Planning and Design, College of Architecture and Design, American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates developing and teaching two graduate courses:

  • Planning Theory and Methods and
  • Land Use Planning Principles and Practice

along with advising on aspects of environmental management, sustainability and social policy in the development of this major new centre for sustainability for the Middle East. An additional responsibility was to review budgetary and development needs along with research into potential funding sources.

Environmental Planner, 2001 to present, based in Vancouver working in side stream environmental design focused on the following projects:

·co-founder GOERT (Garry Oak Ecosystems Recovery Team) 1999 to 2002, founding co-chair of its Conservation Planning & Site Protection Recovery Action Group. This work has been for the remaining habitats of the relatively dry, south-facing sites in the extreme south-west of Canada – in which I was born and raised. Because of growing pressures for urbanisation and the desirability of these sunny sites for development of affluent housing, there are now over 100 endangered species. There are a growing number of conflicts around threatened habitats, housing, and management of domestic gardens, city parks and remaining neighbourhood open space. My work has been to be the lead, in this federal / provincial / local government / nongovernmental task force, on spatial planning and development of conservation priorities combined with site planning and residential design guidelines;

·development of what was intended to be a five year project with a set of field-oriented courses as part of capacity-building in forest biodiversity conservation in Pakistan, linked to poverty alleviation, in cooperation with the Pakistan Forest Institute and WWF-Pakistan, Peshawar with development of a large report through research, field work, interviews, analysis of educational faculty and resources, budgetary analysis of educational institutions, and formulation of recommendations;

·survey and assessment of Moghal gardens and historic landscapes and neighbourhoods in the Punjab of Pakistan;

·completion of book manuscripts:

  • “Tradeoffs in Biodiversity Conservation” and
  • “At The Edge Of A Great Forest”; and

·projects on ecosystem management and restoration of private lands.

Senior Lecturer, 2001 & 2002, Restoration of Natural Systems Program, School of Environmental Studies, University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada, developing and teaching the course,

·Environmental Restoration 331: Urban Ecosystem Restoration

·with subsequent supervision of research on management and restoration of aboriginal food production landscapes in Garry oak ecosystems

Associate Professor, Universitair Hoofddocent with permanent contract, 1999 to 2001, International Institute for Aerospace Survey & Earth Sciences (ITC), University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands. As an environmental planner second in charge of a Division, my responsibilities focused on forest conservation as part of community development for students from developing countries on scholarship. The work took place in The Netherlands, Canada, China, Bangladesh, and Pakistan with the main responsibilities being development of postgraduate-level courses, supervision of research in remote areas, review of scientific literature and development of lectures and audiovisual presentations, management of budgets and personnel, analysis and writing reports, development of policy recommendations, building research networks, and organization of scientific meetings.

courses called “modules”

·Forest Degradation & Rehabilitation (2000)

·Research Preparedness (for M.Sc. thesis research) (2000)

·Forest Biodiversity Assessment & Conservation (2000)

regular lectures

·“Local biodiversity: Shifting biogeographies at the landscape level” & “Endemism, invasions & island biogeography” (for Biodiversity mapping & modelling)

·“Tradeoffs analysis in biodiversity conservation” (for Modelling land use alternatives)

working groups

·Conflict resolution

·Forest conservation and restoration (in early phase of formation)

research

·China, subtropical Yunnan province, 2000: forest biodiversity conservation geographic information systems linked to land use planning

·Bangladesh, Sundarban mangroves near the Bay of Bengal, 2000: remote sensing to detect forest loss and degradation linked to more site-specific management

·Pakistan, remaining dry forest, Salt Range in northern Punjab province, 2000: conservation planning for a national park comprising of larger fragments of forest based on satellite imagery, field work and assessment of local communities

Administrative Analyst (second in charge of the Department), 1998, University of California, Berkeley, Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning – assisting the interim Chair, Peter Walker, in curriculum development for revised and expanded graduate and graduate programmes including

·working through a range of levels of department administration;

·reviewing and correcting unresolved personnel and budgetary problems (and conflicts);

·expansion of the archives of the Department and College of Environmental Design as part of increased research including supervision of the Thomas Dolliver Church Collection;

·development and coordination of an expanded lecture series; and

·teaching a seminar for graduate students in contemporary theoretical debates in landscape architecture and environmental planning.

Environmental Planner, 1994 to 1997, as consultant working in side stream environmental design for development and management of a wide range of projects involving ecological design, research, and policy. The focus was on design and planning of networks of parks and open space — and related conservation of habitat, visual, and heritage resources — along with assertion of criteria for ecological design and more socially viable public space as well as more public art. Projects mainly in British Columbia with some missions in New York City, Rome, and Brunei / Philippines.

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Polling Agent in 1997 Federal Canadian election supervising polling station and counting of ballots for a high-density block in the Yaletown neighbourhood of Vancouver.

Parenting, 1994 – 1996 and part-time projects, often home-based, while caring for my baby daughter.

Assistant Professor, 1989 – 1994, The University of British Columbia, Landscape Architecture Program and Department of Forest Resources Management. The responsibilities included development and teaching of 6 undergraduate and graduate courses, supervision of students and other researchers including field work in remote areas, development and management of interdisciplinary teams (including in a computer laboratory for environmental management), building research networks, organization of scientific and other scholarly meetings, development of policy recommendations, obtaining funding for and managing innovative research projects on environmental planning and management, report writing, and photographic documentation.

courses

·Wildland Recreation Site Planning (undergraduate)

·Open Space Planning (undergraduate)

·Visual Resources Management (undergraduate)

·Environmental Analysis for Site Planning (graduate)

·Landscape Ecology and Management (graduate)

·Seminars in landscape photographic documentation, environmental art, environmental planning theory (undergraduate)

·Forest and Land Use History (theory and methods of environmental, forest land use, and conservation planning; applied landscape ecology) (graduate)

development and management of field projects in

·Indonesia

·China

·the Sahel of Africa

administration

·Coordinator for the Landscape Ecology Geographic Information Systems Laboratory. 1990 to 1994. PDF copy of 1991 progress report available: ingrams-landscape-ecology-gis-lab-at-ubc-2-1991-progress-report

·Member of committee on social aspects of Forestry, Department of Forest Resources Management, 1989 and 1990.

·Principal organizer of Faculty of Forestry-sponsored symposium, “Landscape approaches to landscape and ecosystem management”, UBC, May 1990.

·Member of the Faculty of Agriculture Committee on an Environmental Studies Degree Programme, early 1991.

·Research Associate, Centre for Southeast Asian Research, University of British Columbia, 1991 to 1994.

·Coordinator of international exchanges, Landscape Architecture Program, UBC. 1992 and 1993.

·Member of the UBC Faculty Association Ad Hoc Committee on Lesbian and Gay Issues and Member of the UBC Lesbian and Gay Studies Group, 1991 to 1994.

The position did not become permanent and the lab and courses were largely phased out by 1994-95.

Lecturer, 1989, Environmental Studies Board, University of California at Santa Cruz.

undergraduate courses

·The Idea of Planning

·Environmental Assessment

Environmental Planner, 1988 – 1989, with research projects, related to dissertation research, for WWF-Australia and University of California on forest conservation planning for small islands in the Pacific Rim.

Research Associate, 1988, Environment and Policy Institute, East-West Center, Honolulu in the Workshop on Biological Diversity and National Parks, 1987 & in the Workshop on Social Forestry in the Pacific Rim.

Environmental Planner / Ecologist, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) based in Rome with numerous missions in Europe, the Sahel countries of west Africa, Yemen and Indonesia, with the principal responsibilities being field research in remote areas often in difficult conditions with civil instability, development and management of interdisciplinary teams, building research networks and related diplomacy, organization of scientific meetings, development of policy recommendations, analysis and report compilation, development of training and orientation sessions for field researchers and national counterparts, and photographic documentation focused on the following projects:

·development and management field studies with ecogeographical surveying for wild relatives of crops along with species with fibre, forage and medicinal genetic resources with numerous missions;

·policy analysis (partially based on scientific reviews) for further development of programs of protected areas and other forms of in situ conservation for wild plant genetic resources (sometimes involving park status);

·policy analysis (partially based on scientific reviews) of theory and status of management of traditional agricultural landscapes (often involving park status);

·development of data base and geographic information systems protocols;

·member of the Ad hoc Committee on the In situ Conservation of Plant Genetic Resources of the Ecosystem Conservation Group of the UN technical organizations with IUCN and the CGIAR (1984 to 1986) with meetings in Rome, Paris and Geneva with liaison meetings in Washington and London. Participation was through the Food and Agriculture Organization with research funding from the CGIAR; and

·liaising with other United Nations agencies particularly UNESCO & UN Environment Programme, World Conservation Monitoring Centre, The World Conservation Union (IUCN), WWF, and the US Department of Agriculture.

Reserve Designer / Environmental Planner, The Nature Conservancy, California Field Office, 1983, for the following endangered plants and habitats:

·Engelman oak, Quercus Engelmanii, woodland, vernal pools, riparian forest, and over ten endangered species in the Santa Rosa Mountains of the Santa Rosa Mountains;

·palm oasis, Washingtonia filifera, ecosystems and several endangered desert species including the endangered lizard, Uma inornata, in the Coachella Valley; and

·the habitats of over ten endangered plant species including the few remaining natural groves of Monterey pine, Pinus radiata

·with responsibilities including

·review of scientific and legal material on these species and ecosystems;

·assessment of economic context and development pressures;

·development of strategies for combining conservation with economic development; and

·development of advisory reports with maps on key issues and sites along with conservation planning concepts related to often expensive parcels of land.

Teaching Assistant, 1982, University of California, Berkeley.

course

Ecological Analysis in Landscape Design.

Adjunct faculty, 1981 and 1982, Ecosystems Management Program, Antioch College (San Francisco campus)

courses

·Ecosystem Assessment (graduate)

·Wildland Preservation and Management (undergraduate)

·Environmental Impact Analysis (graduate)

·Habitat Protection and Restoration (undergraduate)

·Environmental Systems Design and Management (graduate)

·Environmental Photographic Documentation (undergraduate)

·Undergraduate and graduate advising including supervision of study plans, supervision bachelor degree projects, and M.A. and M.Sc. theses.

Land Use Planner / Habitat Protection Biologist on contract to the Ecological Reserves Unit, Ministry of Lands, Parks and Housing, Province of British Columbia, 1979 – 1980, with the following responsibilities:

·reviewing and assessing the terms of the 1971 provincial Ecological Reserves Act,

·field surveys of a number of hastily established ecological reserves;

·assessment of initial biological diversity and landscape conservation goals in the design and formalisation of the protected area boundaries – including designs that were causing management problems;

·analysis of condition of ecosystems and species with some initial mapping;

·development and proposing of first longer-term protection, management and restoration goals for those ecological reserves; and

·outlining the management needs to support those goals.

Habitat Protection Biologist, Old-Growth Forest Protection Project, Inventory Branch, Ministry of Forests, Province of British Columbia, Victoria, 1978 – 1979 with responsibilities in

·conducting the first comprehensive review of Ministry responsibilities for conserving old-growth forest for wildlife particularly ungulates, Grizzly bear and salmonid fisheries;

·reviewing the forest cover maps and annual allowable cut calculations for the Public Sustained Yield Units (PSYUs) of the BC coast and southern interior;

·developing forest cover maps and marked aerial photographs based on field work in remote parts of the British Columbia coast; and

·development of first assessment of old-growth preservation areas for these management units.

Teaching Assistant, Britannia Secondary School, Vancouver, 1977 – 1978 with responsibilities in

·supervising young adolescents with learning and emotional disabilities in basic course work often organized as special needs tutorials and

·supervision of physical education requirements that often were combined with walking field trips related to environmental education.

Executive Secretary, Services and Activities Board, 1975 – 1976, The Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington. This was roughly equivalent to student body president and responsibility for administering an annual budget of over US$400,000 and included the following responsibilities:

·providing administrative services to the appointed student board that made funding decisions around student services moneys from services, recreation to cultural and environmental programmes;

·assessment of needs and priorities of student body with information provided to board members; and

·communication of budgetary decisions to a wide range of offices and organizations.

Habitat Protection Technician, 1974, Fish and Wildlife Branch, Department of Recreation and Conservation, Government of British Columbia on first government study on wildlife requirements for old-growth Coastal Hemlock forest and the impacts of clearcut logging, Skidegate Plateau on Haida Gwaay (Queen Charlotte Islands).

grants & other funded research

tiles, Shrine of Baha-ud-Din Zakaria, Multan, Pakistan 3 March 2007,

photograph by Gordon Brent Ingram

Except where indicated, all funding obtained was as the primary investigator. Institutional applications made by Ingram on behalf of a research group that included him are indicated with this symbol: ^^^

 

2014    A la recherche de certaines récoltes presque perdu: Decolonising permaculture: The greatest adversity comes from forgetting (castle & ingram), for Utopiana artist centre, Geneva as part of their series, Nature, adversity, etc., Utopiana artist centre (City of Geneva).    CDN$6,000.

 

2013    Research on the West Coast of Canada and lecture development for a series and conference at The University of Toronto on Decolonial Aesthetics, Canada Council for the Arts and the University of Toronto.    CDN$3,000.

2010    Research and production for the project, Produce Produce at the Arnica Artist-run Centre, Kamloops, British Columbia.    CDN$2,000.

2007   Initial development a biodiversity conservation centre in cooperation between George Mason University, Virginia, and the Smithsonian Institution as coordinated by that university’s Department of Environmental Science and Policy. ^^^   US$300,000.

2006   Research fund for expanded field research and overseas teaching in Islamic, Arabic language, and Middle East Studies at George Mason University.^^^ US$250,000.

2005 – 2007 Field studies in Pakistan in cultural landscapes and environmental conservation, George Mason University.    US$50,000.

2004 – 2005 Research and lecture development as well as presentations in United Arab Emirates and Oman on new approaches to conservation and restoration of heritage landscapes and neighbourhoods as contemporary site-based cultural production.   CDN$2,000.

2003 – 2005 Research on public open space and urban public sites in the Gulf countries of the Middle East, Institute of Urban and Regional Planning and Design, American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, Local government of Sharjah. ^^^    US$30,000.

2002 – 2003 Lecture series at the Quaid College and urban public space and public art design charette, Lahore, Pakistan, Canada Council for the Arts.  CDN$2,000.

1999 – 2001 Travel and field research block grant for Pakistan, Bangladesh, and southern China, International Institute for Aerospace Survey & Earth Sciences (ITC), University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs.   US$60,000.

1999 Creation / Production Grant in Architecture for designs & writing in landscape architecture & public art, Canada Council for the Arts.  CDN$15,000.

1998 Travel Grant in urban design and landscape architecture criticism research in Venice and Rotterdam. Canada Council for the Arts.   CDN$1,000.

1998 Archive development and archive-based research on landscape architecture and environmental design projects and respective designers, University of California Berkeley College of Environmental Design, Beatrix Jones Farrand Fund. ^^^ US$30,000.

1998 Grant from Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts for the writing of article and book manuscripts on public art and critical social theory.   US$5,000.

1997 Critics and Curators Travel Grant for conference speaking and research on landscape aesthetics and ecologically oriented public art – Toronto and Los Angeles, Canada   Council for the Arts    CDN$1,122.

1995    Explorations Program Grant for completion of anthology, Queers in Space: Communities | Public Places | Sites of Resistance and development of a curatorial concept and framework for a series of exhibitions of descriptions and new designs for public space, Canada Council for the Arts.     CDN$14,400.

1995 Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation – (application as Karen Vagelatos and Ingram): Native plants for residential landscapes: Design and management guidelines for southwestern British Columbia.    CDN$20,000.

1994 Residence Abroad in Architecture Program for Development of photoessay, dall oscurita all oscurita: The ecology of imagery, ideology, and public open space in Rome. CDN$10,000.

1993 Canada-Southeast Asia Policy Paper Grant: Implications of the Convention on Biological Diversity for institutional development in Indonesia and Malaysia, Canada-Asean Centre (University of Toronto – York University) .   CDN$10,000.

1992 Designs for biodiversity conservation geographic information systems for nature reserves with remaining subtropical and tropical forest in China, International Development Research Centre (IDRC of Canada).    CDN$10,620.

1992 Geographic information systems for biosphere reserves in subtropical China, International Development Research Centre (IDRC of Canada).   CDN$11,000.

1992 Biodiversity and GIS of Eastern Islands (Indonesia) Project, Province of British Columbia Ministry of Advanced Education, Training and Technology.  CDN$5,000.

1991 Tofino Creek Biodiversity Study, Clayoquot Sound (on the west coast of Vancouver Island), British Columbia Ministry of Forests and Lands.    CDN$7,170.

1991 Exhibition support for the photoessay, “Gardens of Despair: Tuareg responses to desertification, Aïr Mountains, Niger” at the Royal Institute of British Architects, London, Government of Canada Ministry of Foreign Affairs.  CDN$500.

1989 British Columbia Scholars in China Grant, for ecological monitoring in biosphere reserves with humid forest, Province of British Columbia.   CDN$2,000.

1989 New Faculty Equipment Grant, University of British Columbia. CDN$4,400.

1989 University of British Columbia Block Grant, for monitoring local biological diversity and plant genetic resources for environmental planning and land management, Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada.    CDN$20,000.

1990    The role of women in village fuel wood planting and management in eastern Kenya (and the impacts of the AIDS pandemic on woodland management) for UBC doctoral student Theresa Aloo, Canadian International Development Agency.     CDN$3,000.

1990 Environmental Management Development in Indonesia Project of Dalhousie University and funded by the Canadian International Development Agency for surveying communities and environments of the islands of eastern Indonesia including support for the UBC Landscape Ecology GIS Laboratory and Dalhousie University. ^^^    CDN$180,000.

1988    Community and institutional assessments and related conservation planning research on Fergusson Island, D’Entrecasteaux Archipelago, Papua, New Guinea, World Wildlife Fund – Australia.    USA$5,000.

1988 Conservation biology research on islands in Papua, New Guinea and Indonesia, Graduate Dean’s Research Grant, University of California Berkeley  US$5,000.

1986    Landscape and cultural surveys on Pacific and Indian Ocean islands with indigenous community initiatives for conservation of rainforest. World Wildlife Fund, Gland, Switzerland.       US$2,000.

1986 Environmental, community, agricultural, ethnobotanical and ecogeographical surveys of crop and forage genetic resources in the Sahel – northern Cameroon field work, Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). ^^^     US$20,000.

1986 Environmental, community, agricultural, ethnobotanical and ecogeographical surveys of crop and forage genetic resources in west Sumatra, Indonesia with a focus on wild citrus, CGIAR and FAO. ^^^  US$25,000.

1986 Environmental, community, agricultural, ethnobotanical and ecogeographical surveys of crop and forage genetic resources in the Sahel, Aïr Mountains, northern Niger, CGIAR and FAO.  ^^^  US$25,000.

1985 Environmental, community, agricultural, ethnobotanical and ecogeographical surveys of crop and forage genetic resources in the Sahel, Aïr Mountains, northern Niger, CGIAR and FAO. ^^^ US$20,000.

1985 Environmental, community, agricultural, ethnobotanical and ecogeographical surveys of crop and forage genetic resources in the Sahel, Burkina Faso and central and northern Mali, CGIAR and FAO. ^^^ US$25,000.

1984 Environmental, community, agricultural, ethnobotanical and ecogeographical surveys of crop and forage genetic resources in the Sahel, Aïr Mountains, northern Niger, CGIAR and FAO.    ^^^  US$15,000.

1984 Environmental, community, ecogeographical and ethnobotanical surveys of arid tree, Prosopis species in southern Yemen, the former People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen, CGIAR and FAO.  ^^^ US$15,000.

1981 Project Cost Grant, Visual Arts, Canada Council to document my experiences as a Metis guide working in the Spatsizi and Edziza wilderness areas and cultural landscapes of north-western British Columbia.    CDN$5,000.

 

 

select public service & pro bono advising

clearcut adjacent to Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway line, February 1990,

photograph by Gordon Brent Ingram

·Advising on the restoration of the historical landscape and native forests of the park for the Moghal hunting lodge, Hiran Minar, Sheikupura, Pakistan, 2004 to present.

·Advising to the Leadership for Environment and Development Organisation (LEAD) – Lahore, Pakistan, 2002, on environmental education for elementary and secondary school teachers and decision-making frameworks in restoration of urban ecosystems.

·Urban designer on the City of Vancouver Public Art Committee, appointed by City Council. 1999 & 2000.

·The Canada Council for the Arts, jury member in review of proposals for Institutional Programmes in Visual Arts and Architecture, 1999.

·The Canada Council for the Arts, review of proposals for Institutional Programmes in Architecture, 1997.

·Centre for Ecological Sciences, Indian Institute of Science, dissertation review, 1996.

·Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (of Canada), proposal review, 1995.

·Greater Vancouver Regional District, advising on landscape ecology, restoration ecology, and site planning for the south end of Wreck Beach, 1995.

·Scientific advisor, Italian Nature Map Project of the Institute of Ecology, University of Parma and the Italian Ministry of Environment, 1994.

·Advisor to the Mamaleleqala Qwe’qwq’sot’ Enox Band, Campbell River, British Columbia on development and conservation planning for the Broughton Archipelago Provincial Park, 1993.

·Collaborator and advisor, Academia de Ciencias de Cuba, Direccion de Recursos Naturales y Turismo for development of a framework for conservation planning on small off-shore islands with a geographic information system component, 1993.

·British Columbia Ministry of Forests Research Branch, research submissions and consultations on forest conservation, 1992 to 1994.

·Selection Committee for CIDA (Canadian International Development Agency) Awards for Canadians, Canadian Bureau for International Education, Ottawa, 1992 to 1995.

·Natural Science and Engineering Research Council (of Canada), proposal review, 1992.

·Co-organizer of Technical Group on the In situ Conservation of Genetic Resources – An international scientific exchange under the auspices of the IUCN (The World Conservation Union), 1992.

·The World Conservation Union (IUCN), Gland, Switzerland – Co-organizer on a consultant basis for technical advice, rapporteur and administration for Workshop IV.6 Managing Protected Areas to Conserve Genetic Resources, IV WORLD CONGRESS ON NATIONAL PARKS AND PROTECTED AREAS, Caracas, Venezuela, February, 1992.

·World Conservation Monitoring Centre, Cambridge, England -Research consultant on status of in situ conservation of crops and wild relatives of crops – World Conservation Monitoring Centre, Cambridge, England, 1991 and 1992.

·Technical advisor on geographic information systems to WILD Project of the Western Canada Wilderness Committee, Vancouver, 1991 to 1993.

·Exhibitor in a series at the Royal Institute of British Architects on more ecological approaches to design and planning, 1991.

·Member of Ecological Research and Inventory Team of the Old Growth Strategy Task Force, Ministry of Forests, 1990 and 1991.

·Member of the Canadian Society for Landscape Ecology and Management Secretariat Standing Committee, 1990 and 1991.

·Project advisor, Environmental Management Development in Indonesia. Administered through Dalhousie University, Halifax and CIDA, 1990 and 1991.

·Conservation biology consultant to the World Wildlife Fund of Australia on sensitive shore and rainforest habitats on the islands off-shore of New Guinea, 1988 and 1989. Researcher on the conservation biology of New Guinea off-shore islands, Biology Department, University of Papua, New Guinea, 1989 and 1990.

·Member of the Ad hoc Committee on the In situ Conservation of Plant Genetic Resources of the Ecosystem Conservation Group of the UN technical organizations with IUCN and the CGIAR (1984 to 1986) with meetings in Rome, Paris and Geneva with liaison meetings in Washington and London. Participation was through the Food and Agriculture Organization with research funding from the CGIAR.

·Radio host, weekly programme on regional and international politics, culture and music, KAOS ‘chaos’ radio, The Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington, 1975 – 1976.

·Researcher, New Democratic Party Caucus supervised by Bob Skelly, MLA, Legislative Assembly of British Columbia in its first New Democratic Party (‘labour’) government on environmental corruption of a previous government in the nineteen fifties around development of new policy for regulation of the logging and mining industries, 1975 – 1976.

·Chair, Political Action Committee, New Community School, Oakland, California, 1971 – 1972.

supervision & collaboration

1990 deforestation study, Lombok, Nusa Tengara, Indonesia by Gordon Brent Ingram

SUPERVISION

Theses supervised & committees chaired, The University of British Columbia

Master of Science in Forestry

·Ms. Jacquie Booth, Department of Forest Resources Management

report topic: Forest conversion in the Amazon Basin. 1989 to 1990. successfully defended.

·Ms. Alix Flavelle, Department of Forest Resources Management

thesis title:

A traditional agro-forestry landscape on Fergusson Island, Papua New Guinea.

1989 to 1991. successfully defended.

Doctor of Philosophy in Forestry

·Ms. Theresa Aloo, Department of Forest Resources Management

thesis topic:

Fuel wood and tree planning: A case study from Funyula Division in western Kenya.

[women, AIDS, loss of knowledge for environmental management, and disruption of replanting of fuel wood species in a highly cultural landscape]. 1989 to 1993. successfully defended.

Supervision of researchers

UBC Landscape Ecology Geographic Information System Laboratory

·Ms. Laura Safarian – Manager of the laboratory and the data base, 1991.

·Mr. Titayanto Pieter – Research associate for the research on eastern Indonesia, 1990 and 1991.

·Ms. Michele Weiberg – Tofino Creek Biodiversity Study, 1991.

·Mr. Nick Page – Tofino Creek Biodiversity Study, 1991.

·Ms. Margaret van Dijk – Tofino Creek Biodiversity Study, 1991.

·Ms. Alix Flavelle – various projects on landscape ecology and the in situ conservation of wild plants with genetic resources, 1990 to 1993.

·Ms. Milena Calendino – literature review of public participation in forest land use planning, 1993.

·Mr. Roderick MacFarland – Unix workstations for environmental planning research, conservation planning for the biosphere reserve of southern China, 1990 to 1993.

·Mr. Vince Amendolagine – landscape planning theory for conservation of biological diversity, 1994.

research collaborations:

·Dr. Liu Chuang, Associate Professor, Department of Geography, University of Beijing -application of landscape ecology principles for the development of geographic information systems, and underlying geomatics theory, for biodiversity conservation, 1992.

·Professor Zhao Xianying, Director-General, Man and the Biosphere Programme National Committee (China), Chinese Academy of Sciences – surveying biodiversity and development of geographic information systems for some protected forests in southern China, 1992.

University of California Berkeley Department of Landscape Architecture and

Environmental Planning 1998,

research, Master of Landscape Architecture students

·Mr. Patrick McGanin, archives of the California landscape architecture, Thomas Dulliver Church & the early confluence of modernism and ecological design

·Mr. Jake Tobias, archives of the California landscape architecture, Thomas Dulliver Church & the early confluence of modernism and ecological design

International Institute for Aerospace Survey & Earth Sciences

·Mr. Kiran Paudyal, 1999 to 2000, Professional Master’s degree final project, Buffer Zone Design and Management: Policy issues for biodiversity conservation in protected forests (A case study of the buffer zone of Royal Chitwan National Park, Nepal).

·Mr. Dhanapaul, 1999 to 2000, Professional Master’s degree final project, A Database for Tree Species with Implications on Forest Biodiversity Conservation in Jutpani VDC in Chitwan District, Nepal.

·Mr. Ghayyas Ahmad Raja, 2000 to present, M.Sc. thesis on conservation of scrub forest in the Salt Range of Pakistan

·Mr. Syed Abu, 2000 to present, M.Sc. thesis on detecting patterns of mangrove degradation and fragmentation in the Sundarbans of Bangladesh

·Ms. Grace Nangendo, 1999 to present, in latter phases of M.Sc. thesis and for Ph.D. proposal on conservation of forest and savanna biodiversity in Uganda through maintenance of traditional land use practices involving burning.

·Davide Geneletti, Free University of Amsterdam – Tutoring on introductory aspects of his 2002 Ph.D. indicator species in landscape ecological evaluation for environmental impact assessment with a case study of a mountain valley in northern Italy, 1999 and 2000.

Royal Roads University outside supervision

·Catherine Miller. Management requirements and land covenants for conservation of Garry Oak and associated ecosystems In British Columbia. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of M.Sc. in Environment and Management, Royal Roads University, Victoria, Canada. co-supervision 2001 and 2002.

University of Victoria School of Environmental Studies

·Chris Ferguson, primary supervision for directed research entitled, `Ecogeographical Surveying of Salish Garry Oak Ecosystem Agricultural plants with a case study of Mt. Maxwell, Salt Spring Island,” Restoration of Natural Systems Program, School of Environmental Studies, University of Victoria, 2002.

George Mason University Department of Environmental Science and Policy

·Chuck Fowler, a Ph.D. student with doctoral research on GIS as other geomatics tools for environmental risk assessment related to habitat protection in suburban areas such as Greater Miami and the Florida Keys

·Kwame Boakye-Agyei, a Ph.D. student with doctoral research on participatory GIS of a tribal society for conservation of forest habitat and wildlife species in Ghana

·Amy Bauer, a Ph.D. student analyzing the formation of policy on marine protected areas especially in the Caribbean

·Alex Bbarimah Owusu, a Ph.D. with doctoral research on the use of geographical information systems to community participation in environmental conservation in the savannah of northern Ghana

·Jason Hamby, an incoming Ph.D. student developing community-based, (sub)urban sustainability strategies for northern Virginia

collaborations

·Dr. Ferdinando Villa, Institute of Ecology, University of Parma, tradeoff off analysis in biodiversity conservation planning, 1993 to 1995.

·Ms. Anne-Marie Bouthillette (formerly of The University of British Columbia) and Yolanda Retter, University of Southern California — cartography for tracking and respective urban design issues involving sexual minorities in public space, 1995 to 1997.

·Gavin Brown, King’s College, University of London — critical theory on historical and contemporary geographies of homosexual males, 1999 to 2003.

peer-reviewed articles

drawng from the edge of old Delhi, March 2007, Gordon Brent Ingram

A more up-to-date list is available at www.gordonbrentingram.ca/scholarship.

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. http://www.forrex.org/events/mebc/papers.html

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.

discussion

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. http://www.rabble.ca/news/queerly-canadian

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 www.ub.edu/escult/epolis/artfsoc/artforsocial_part1.pdf .

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.

discussed by

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.

discussed

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): http://www.bioline.org.br/abstract?id=py97003&lang=en

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.

Commentary

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”).

discussions

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.

 

book editing & anthology essays

ceiling of Shish Mahal, Lahore Fort, Pakistan, February 2004 by Gordon Brent Ingram

Ingram, G. B., A.-M. Bouthillette and Y. Retter (eds.). 1997. Queers in Space: Communities | Public Places | Sites of Resistance. Seattle: Bay Press.

1998 Lambda Literary Foundation Award for the Best Gay and Lesbian Non-Fiction Anthology

editorial articles

·Ingram, G. B., Y. Retter, and A.-M. Bouthillette. Lost in space: Queer theory and community activism at the fin-de-millénaire. 3 – 15.

·Ingram, G. B., Y. Retter, and A.-M. Bouthillette. Part 1 – Narratives of place: Subjective and collective. 53 – 60.

·Ingram, G. B., Y. Retter, and A.-M. Bouthillette. Surveying territories and landscapes. 89 – 94.

·Ingram, G. B., Y. Retter, and A.-M. Bouthillette. Queer zones and enclaves: Political economies of community formation. 171 – 175.

·Ingram, G. B., A.-M. Bouthillette, and Y. Retter. – Placemaking and the dialectics of public and private. 295 – 299.

·Ingram, G. B., Y. Retter, and A.-M. Bouthillette. Making room: Queerscape architectures and the spaces of activism. 373 – 380.

·Ingram, G. B., Y. Retter, and A.-M. Bouthillette. Strategies for (re)constructing queer communities. 447 – 457.

reviews of Queers in Space: Communities | Public Places | Sites of Resistance

1.John Bentley Mays. 1997. Heterosexual co-op favours public over rivate places. Globe and Mail (Toronto) (July 23, 1997).

2.John Bentley Mays. 1997. Mapping the gay cityscape. Globe and Mail (July 30, 1997): A12.

3.Rick Hurlburt. 1997. Begged, borrowed and stolen: Exploring how queer communities evolve. Review of Queers in Space. Xtra West (Vancouver) 104 (July 24, 1997): 58.

4.Don Elder. 1997. Queering new space. Angles (Vancouver) (August 1997): 15.

5.Viet Dinh. 1997. Queers in Space. The Washington Blade (D.C.) (September 19, 1997) 28 (38): 46.

6.Daniel Gawthrop. 1997. Gay culture gets it straight. Vancouver Sun (November 22, 1997): H6.

7.D. S. Azzolina. 1997. Queers in space: Communities, public places, sites of resistance. Library Journal (July 1997) 122 (12): 110 – 110.

8.Richard Labonte. 1997. Design for reading. Q san francisco (1997 November): http://www.qsanfrancisco.com/qsf/9711/books.html.

9.Theresa DeCresecenzo. 1997. Lesbian News (Los Angeles)(November 1997): 37.

10.Rebecca Gordon. 1998. The price of visibility. Women’s Review of Books XV(6) (March 1998): 7 – 8.

11.Carol LeMasters. 1998. There’s a place for us. Lesbian Review of Books (Spring 1998) IV(3): 16 – 17.

12.Cassandra Langer. 1998. Queers in space. Women Artists News Book Review (Spring 1998): 59.

13.Joe Knowles. 1998. The end of straightdom as we know it. Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review (Winter 1998) V(1): 44 – 45.

14.Susan Miner. 1997. Queers in Space. Gay Community News (Boston) (November 1997).

15.Debbie Fraker. 1997. Queer space: making safe spaces, making spaces safe. etcetera (Atlanta) (December 5, 1997).

16.Parachute. 1998. Ouvrages théoriques. Parachute (Montréal) (January – March 1998).

17.Jonathan Alexander. 1998. Queers in Space. Journal of Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Identity 3(3): 259 – 262.

18.Jon Binnie. 1998. Queers in Space. Sexualities (London) 1 (3): 381 – 383.

19.Maggie Toy. 1998. Queers in Space. Architectural Design (London) 68 (9/10) (Ephemeral / Portable Architecture issue): xiii.

20.Michael Brown. 1998. Queers in Space. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 16(6): 778.

21.William Leap. 1999. The queerness of queer space. New Formations 37 (Sexual Geographies issue): 133 – 135.

22.Sally Munt. 2000. Queers in Space & Making Worlds: Gender, Metaphor, Materiality. Aikan et. al. (eds.). Signs 26(1): 255 – 257.

course use as primary text book

·“Genders & Architectures” John Paul Ricco Autumn 1997 Art History, Theory, and Criticism (course 5502) The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

·“Sexual identity and urban community.” New York University College of Arts and Sciences. 1998. David Serlin.

Ingram, G. B. and M. R. Moss (editors). 1992. Landscape Approaches to Wildlife and Ecosystem Management. Morin Heights, Quebec, Polyscience. ISBN 0-921317-40-9.

editorial article

Ingram, G. B. and M. R. Moss. Towards landscape approaches to wildlife and ecosystem management. 3 – 5.

other scholarly publications

Erythronium oregonum, north-western Beacon Hill Park, Victoria, British Columbia 21 April, 2004

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

Anderson, Jill E, Robert Azzarello, Gavin Brown, Katie Hogan, Gordon Brent Ingram, Michael J. Morris & Joshua Stephens – hosted by Jamie Heckert. 2012. Queer ecology: A roundtable discussion. European Journal of Ecopsychology 3: 82 – 103.

Ingram, Gordon Brent. 2011. Cruising on the Margins: Photographing The Changing Worlds of Outdoor Sex Between Males. An essay in Chad States. 2011. Cruising: Photographs by Chad States. New York: powerHouse Books. 79 – 87.

Ingram, G. B. 2009. False Creek dichotomies: Public art, marketing, and memory. PubliCity (Vancouver) 2 (The Art of Space issue): 13 – 15.

Ingram & Lindsay Upshaw. 2004. Setting goals and priorities for restoration strategies in the context of disparate historical interpretations: An example from the Garry oak and Douglas fir mosaic of Mount Maxwell, Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Proceedings of the16th International Conference, Society for Ecological Restoration, Victoria, Canada. Victoria: Society for Ecological Restoration and the University of Victoria.

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.

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.

Ingram, G. B. 2000. Conservation of biological diversity as landscape architecture. in Workingpaper Landskabsøkologiske Skrifter. The Management of Biodiversity from a Landscape Ecological Perspective. Roskilde, Denmark: Roskilde University. 119 – 134.

Ingram, G. B. 2000. The implications of landscape ecology for conserving the biological diversity of northern Garry oak, Quercus garryana, ecosystems. in Workingpaper Landskabsøkologiske Skrifter. The Management of Biodiversity from a Landscape Ecological Perspective. Roskilde, Denmark: Roskilde University. 135 – 176.

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 Books. 108 – 123.

Ingram, G. B. 1998. Spreading the word. An incomplete history of West Coast queer print media. Xtra West 132 (September 3, 1998): 13, 16.

Ingram, G. B. 1998. It’s a time warp: Commercial Drive has transformed from women’s places to lesbian feminist spaces to a queer neighbourhood. Xtra West 138 (November 26, 1998): 20 -21.

Ingram, G. B. 1998. The importance of public sex: Defending the homoerotics of everyday life in Vancouver. Xtra West (Vancouver) 127 (June 25, 1998): 16 – 17.

nominated Visa-Versa Award for Lesbian and Gay Journalism, 1998.

Ingram, G. B. 1998. Walking tour: It’s a time warp. Xtra West (Pride Planner special section) 129 (July 23, 1998): 17.

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

Ingram, G. B. 1996. Design for plant conservation: Techniques for setting boundaries of nature reserves. Plant Talk (London) 7: 26 – 29.

Bombardier, Sylvain; Anne-Marie Bouthillette, Michael Carroll, Trolley Bus, Michael Hoeschen, Jeff Gibson, Michael Howell, Gordon Brent Ingram, Bryan Langlands, Ian Pringle, Kathleen Morrissey. 1995. queers in space vancouver manifesto. UnderCurrents: Critical environmental studies 7: 56 – 57.

Ingram, G. B. 1994. The ecology of a conflict. in Clayoquot & Dissent. R. Hatch and L. Maingon (editors). Vancouver, Ronsdale Press. pages 9 – 71. ISBN 0-921870-29-9.

reviews

·Boyce Richardson. Reviews. The Silencing of Clayoquot Sound. The Canadian Forum (Toronto) December 1994, 3 pp.

·Marni Norys, Marni. Chainsaws roar where protest failed. The Comox Valley Record December 16, 1994: 20A.

·Jill Thomas. 1995. Undercurrents 7: 49 – 50.

·Michael Allen Fox. 1995. Clayoquot and Dissent. Dalhousie Review (1995): 105 – 106.

Heywood, V., G. B. Ingram, J. Black and L. Olivier. 1993. Managing protected areas to conserve genetic resources. Report of Workshop IV.6 In Parks for Life. Report on the IVth World Congress on National Parks and Protected Areas. Gland, Switzerland, The World Conservation Union. 175 – 176.

Ingram, G. B. 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, Québec, Polyscience. 99 – 134.

World Conservation Monitoring Centre. 1992. In situ conservation of crops and wild relatives of crops. in Global Biodiversity: Status of the Earth’s Living Resources. B. Groombridge (editor). London, Chapman and Hall. ISBN 0-412-47240-6. 544 – 549.

Ingram, G. B. 1992. Fragmentation: Towards an expanded of the vulnerability of forest habitats on islands. Proceedings of the symposium, In Harmony with Nature, International Conference on the Conservation of Tropical Biodiversity. Kheong, Y. S. and L. S. Win (editors). Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Malayan Nature Society. 94 – 121.

Ingram, G. B. 1993. A diversity of islands: Ecological assessment for conservation planning in Maluku and Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. SEASPAN: The Northwest Regional Consortium for Southeast Asian Studies (Seattle) VI(3): 5.

Ingram, G. B. 1991. A world of sea and islands. Faces (Seattle) VII(IX): 12 – 16.

Ingram, G. B. 1986. Sahel survey documents plant genetic resources. Nature and Resources (Paris) XXII (1 & 2): 45 – 49.

Ingram, G. B. 1984. In situ conservation of plant genetic resources: The scientific and technical basis. Rome, FAO.

Ingram, G. B. 1983. Parks in the 21st Century. Not Man Apart (San Francisco). February / March 1983: 7.

Ingram, G. B. 1981. Protecting what’s left: Prospects for managing ecological reserves in British Columbia. Park News (Toronto) 17 (4): 10 – 13.

Daily newspapers

Ingram, Gordon Brent. 2009. Lives Lived: Wilma Valeda Brochu Ingram. Globe and Mail (Toronto and Vancouver) (27 October, 2009): L6. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/facts-and-arguments/wilma-valeda-brochu-ingram/article1339087/