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Charbagh schematic drawn during field work in Pakistan, January 2004

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

Ingram, Gordon Brent. in press. Review of Christina B. Hanhardt, Safe Space: Gay Neighborhood History and the Politics of Violence (Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press, 2013). Journal of American Studies.

Ingram, Gordon Brent. 2013. Repopulating contentious territory: Recent strategies for indigenous North-west Coast site-based & public art. FUSE (Toronto) 36(4): 7 – 8.

Ingram, G. B. 2011. Review of Travis S. K. Kong, Chinese Male Homosexualities: Memba, tongzhi and golden boy, 2011, London: Routledge. Sexualities 14: 748.

Ingram, Gordon Brent. 2010. REVIEW. Kohl, Benjamin and Linda Farthing. 2006. Impasse in Bolivia: Neoliberal Hegemony & Popular Resistance. New York: Zed. Journal of Radical Political Economy. 42 (3).

Ingram, G. B. 2010. Squatting in ‘Vancouverism’: Public art & architecture after the Winter Olympics. [Re-casting The Terminal City part 3]. Reviews of Trevor Boddy’s 2010 exhibit, Vancouverism; the 2010 symposium, Coming Soon: Negotiating the Expectations of Art in the Public Sphere, Audain Gallery, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver; the 2010 symposium Learning From Vancouver, The Western Front, Vancouver; Stan Douglas’s “Abbott and Cordova, 7th August 1971,” s 2009 mural of inkjet on laminate glass, Vancouver; and Ken Lum’s “from shangri-la to shangri-la” site-specific installation, Vancouver. designs for the terminal city http://gordonbrentingram.ca/theterminalcity/.

Ingram, Gordon Brent. 2006. CONSERVATION IS OUR GOVERNMENT NOW: The Politics of Ecology in Papua New Guinea. By Paige West. Durham (North Carolina) and London (UK). Duke University Press. 2006. Pacific Affairs: 79 (3): 568 – 569.

Ingram, G. B. 2002. Review of Mayers, James and S. Bass. 1999. Policy that works for forests and people. Policy that works for forests and people series no: 7 series overview & S. Bass. 2000. Participation in the Caribbean. A Review of Grenada’s Forest Policy Process.Policy that works for forests and people no. 10 Discussion paper. London: International Institute for Environment and Development. Progress in Development Studies 2(4): 354-356.

Ingram, G. B. 2001. Garry oak ecosystems: Protected areas. site / lines (Vancouver) (October 2001): 5 – 6.

Ingram, G. B. 2000. Review of Deforestation in Viet Nam. By Rodolphe De Koninck. Ottawa: International Development Research Centre. 1999. Pacific Affairs 73(1): 145.

Ingram, G. B. 2000. Before the before, Review of 1999. Queer Sites: [Gay] Urban Histories since 1600. David Higgs (ed.). New York: Routledge. The Gay and Lesbian Review (Cambridge, Massachusetts) VII (2) (Spring, 2000): 54-55; From Moscow with love: Book explores queer geography of seven cities. Xtra West 169 (February 19, 2000): 19, 21 & Sexualities 3(4): 504 – 505.

Ingram, G. B. 1999. What’s public, what’s private: Book explore how lines between public and private sex spaces are constantly shifting. Review of Public Sex Gay Space (1999. William L. Leap (editor). New York: Columbia University Press) Xtra West 147 (April 1, 1999): 20 & Sexualities Journal.

Ingram, G. B. 1999. Review of Clearcutting the Pacific Rain Forest: Production, Science, and Regulation. by Richard A. Rajala. Vancouver: UBC Press. 1998. Pacific Affairs 72(1): 155 – 157.

Ingram, G. B. 1999. Review of Global Environmental Diplomacy: Negotiating Environmental Agreements for the World, 1973 – 1992, Mostafa K. Tolba with Iwona Rummel-Bulska (MIT Press 1998) & The Greening of Sovereignty in World Politics, Karen T. Litfin (editor) (MIT Press 1998). RECIEL 8 (2): 231 – 232.

Ingram, G. B. 1999. Review of Talk and Log: Wilderness Politics in British Columbia. By Jeremy Wilson. Vancouver: UBC Press. 1998. Pacific Affairs 72(3): 482 & 483 & RECIEL 8(2): 235.

Ingram, G. B. 1999. A great high school book: Becoming Visible celebrates the history of U.S. gay politics. Review of Molly McGarry and Fred Wasserman. 1998. Becoming Visible: An Illustrated History of Lesbian and Gay Life in Twentieth-Century America. New York: Penguin Books. Xtra West 150 (May 13, 1999): 23.

Ingram, G. B. 1999. Romancing the stereotype: National Park a natural spot to subvert queer stereotypes. Review of Private Investigations: Undercover in Public Space. Essays by Kathryn Walter and Kyo Maclear. Banff, Alberta: Banff Centre Press. 1999. Xtra West 151 (May 27, 1999): 17.

Ingram, G. B. 1999. Going to the dogs: Nelson Park is underutilized as a gay space in the heart of the West End. Xtra West 156: 11.

Ingram, G. B. 1999. Review of The Political Ecology of Forestry in Burma. By Raymond L. Bryant. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. 1996. Pacific Affairs 71(3): 444 – 445.

Ingram, G. B. 1999. Out takes: Queer cinema at Out On Screen (Savor a Mi – Claudia Margado-Escanilla, 1997 + interview; SPF 2000 – Patrick McGinn, 1997; Mrs. Craddock’s Complaint – Tony Ayres, 1997; Rash – Vicky Smith, 1997; Everything Will Be Fine – Angelina Maccarone, 1997; Sunflowers – Shawn Hainsworth, 1996; Dirty Baby Does Fire Island – Todd Downing, 1997; Dakan [Destiny] – Mohammed Camara, 1997) & The 1998 Vancouver International Film Festival (Streetheart – Charles Binamé, 1998; Xiu Xiu – The Sent Down Girl – Joan Chen, 1997; Non – Robert Lepage, 1998; Waalo Fendo [Where the Earth Freezes] – Mohammed Soudani, 1997; La vie sur terre – Abderrahmane Sissako, 1997; Taafé Fanga – Adama Drabo, 1997; Surrender Dorothy – Kevin DiNovis, 1998) Border / Lines 48: 44 – 49.

Ingram, G. B. 1998. Sentimental journeys. (Review of Paula Martinac. 1997. The Queerest Places: A guide to gay and lesbian historic sites. New York: Henry Holt). Xtra West.

Ingram, G. B. 1998. Review of Thomas Waugh. Hard to Imagine: Gay Male Eroticism in Photography and Film from Their Beginnings to Stonewall. 1996. New York: Columbia University Press. in Sexualities Journal (London) 1 (4): 489 – 491.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. Review of Metropolitan Water Use Conflicts in Asia and the Pacific. Edited by James E. Nickum and K. William Easter. Boulder (Colorado): Westview Press Studies in Water Policy and Management (Published in Cooperation with The East-West Center Program on Environment). 1994. Pacific Affairs 70(1): 108 – 109.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. Review of War of the Mines: Cambodia, Landmines and the Impoverishment of a Nation. By Paul Davies. London: Pluto Press (Distributed in North America by Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado). 1994. Pacific Affairs 70(1): 161 – 162.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. Review of Wild China. Text by John MacKinnon and Photographs by Nigel Hicks. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press. 1996. Pacific Affairs 70(1): 124 – 125.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. sex migrants: Paul Wong’s video geographies of erotic and cultural displacement in Pacific Canada. FUSE 20(1): 17 – 26.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. Review of Sex Between Men: An intimate history of the sex lives of gay men postwar to present. by Doug Sadownick. 1996. New York: HarperCollins. Xtra West 93: 31.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. The staying powers of founding faerie. Review of Harry Hay (edited by Will Roscoe). 1996. Radically Gay: Gay Liberation in the Words of Its Founder. Boston: Beacon Press. Xtra West 95: 27.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. Review of Images of Power: Balinese Paintings Made for Gregory Bateson and Margaret Mead. By Hildred Geertz. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. 1994. Pacific Affairs 70(2): 300 – 301.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. Review of Institutions for Environmental Aid. Robert O. Keohane and Marc A. Levy (eds.) Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press. RECIEL 6(1): 99.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. Review of Reinventing Nature Responses to postmodern deconstruction. Michael E. Soulé and Gary Lease (eds.). Island Press, Washington, D.C. RECIEL 6(1): 103.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. Contested landscapes & colliding maps in Pacific Canada topographies: aspects of recent B.C. art Vancouver Art Gallery September 29, 1996 – January 5, 1997. Art+Text (Sydney, Australia) 57 (May – July 1997): 92 – 93.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. Review of Ecological Design, Sim Van Der Ryn and Stuart Cowan. Island Press, Washington DC. 1996. Land Forum (Summer Fall 1997): 24 – 25.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. Public art & homelessness: Behind the space industry. Review of Evictions: Art and Spatial Politics. Cambridge, Massachusetts, MIT Press, 1996. by Rosalyn Deutsche. FUSE 20(3): 47 – 48.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. SLOW RECKONING: The Ecology of a Divided Planet by Tom Athanasiou, London: Seeker & Warburg. RECIEL 6(2): 216 – 217. (Issue on Trade and Environment)

Ingram, G. B. 1997. Review of National Biodiversity Planning: Guidelines Based on Early Experiences Around the World. World Resources Institute coordinate by Kenton R. Miller and Steven M. Lanou. World Resources Institute Washington, D.C. 1995. RECIEL 6(3): 343.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. Review of Balancing The Scales: Guidelines For Increasing Biodiversity’s Chances Through Bioregional Management. Kenton R. Miller. World Resources Institute, Washington, 1996. RECIEL 6(3): 343.

Ingram, G. B. 1997. Notes from the Vancouver International Film Festival: Between Marx and a Naked Woman, Licensed to Kill, Franz Fanon: Black Skin, White Skin, Happy Together, Regeneration, Clubbed To Death, East Palace, West Palace. Border / Lines 45: 46 – 48.

33.Ingram, G. B. 1997. Island enigmas. Review of Islands: Biological Diversity and Ecosystem Function. P. M. Vitousek, L. L. Loope, H. Adsersen (eds.) 1995. Berlin: Springer. Global Biodiversity (Ottawa) Winter 1997: 42 – 43.

34.Ingram, G. B. 1997. Review of The City of Collective Memory: Its Historical Imagery and Architectural Entertainment by M. Chistine Boyer, Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press. Transgressions: A journal of urban exploration 4: 123 – 124.

Ingram, G. B. 1996. Public art and its discontents: Urban design and “public” art on the margins. Reviews of Urban Revisions: Current projects for the public world at the Centre Canadien d’Architecture, Montréal, University Art Museum, Berkeley, California, 1995; Urban Diary, Walter Hood, University Art Museum, Berkeley, 1995; and Dolores Hayden. 1995. The Power of Place: Urban landscapes as public history. Cambridge, Massachusetts, MIT Press. FUSE 19(2): 11 – 13.

Ingram, G. B. 1996. Review of Paul Hallam’s 1993 The Book of Sodom. New York, Verso. Trangressions: A journal of urban exploration (Newcastle UK) 2 / 3: 125 – 126.

Ingram, G. B. Review of A Conspiracy of Optimism: Management of the National Forests Since World War Two. Paul W. Hirt. London: University of Nebraska Press. RECIEL 5(3): 274 – 275.

Ingram, G. B. 1996. Review of Ecosystem Classification for Environmental Management. Frans Klijn (ed.) published by Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 1994. RECIEL 5(3): 275.

Ingram, G. B. 1996. In search of queer space on the internet. Review of William J. Mitchell, City of Bits: Space, place, and the infobahn. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 1995. & Allucquère Rosanne Stone, The War of Desire and Technology at the Close of the Mechanical Age, Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 1995. Border / Lines 41: 48 – 50.

Ingram, G. B. 1996. Review of Genetic resources: A practical guide to their conservation. by Daniel Querol. London: Zed Books. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter (Rome) 108: 74.

Ingram, G. B. 1996. Review of Charles Darwin’s Letter a selection 1825 – 1859. Edited by Frederick Burhardt. 1996. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter 108: 75 – 76.

Ingram, G. B. 1995 – 1996. Review of Mentawai Shaman: Keeper of the rain forest. Photographs and Journals by Charles Lindsay. Historical Essay by Reimar Schefold. New York: Aperture Books. 1992. Pacific Affairs 68(4): 620.

Ingram, G. B. 1995. Review of Clearcut: The tragedy of industrial logging, edited by Bill Devall, San Francisco, Sierra Club Books, 1993. Forest & Conservation History 39(1): 34.

Fatona, A. and G. B. Ingram. 1995. scattered at the margins Out in Context: Work by queer students of Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, Vancouver, January 4 to 12, 1995. FUSE 18(4) 30 – 31.

Ingram, G. B. 1995. Borders and Fragments Review of Canadas [Semiotext(e) #17, Volume VI issue 2]. 1994. edited by Jordon Zinovich and the CANADAS collective, co-published by Semiotext(e), New York and marginal editions, Peterborough, Ontario. Border / Lines 36: 18 – 19.

Ingram, G. B. 1995. Art + theory + activism in a time of AIDS Review of Beyond Recognition: Representation, Power, and Culture. by Craig Owens. Edited by Scott Bryson, Barbara Kruger, Lynne Tillman, Jane Weinstock. 1992. Berkeley, University of California Press and On the Museum’s Ruin. by Douglas Crimp with photographs by Louise Lawler. 1993. Cambridge, Massachusetts, MIT Press. FUSE 18(5): 43 – 44.

Ingram, G. B. 1995. Review of Rich Forests, Poor People: Resource control and resistance in Java. By Nancy Lee Peluso. Berkeley: University of California Press. 1992. & In The Realm of the Diamond Queen: Marginality in an out-of-the-way place. by Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing. Princeton, New Jersey, Princeton University Press. 1993. Pacific Affairs 68(2): 301 – 303.

Ingram, G. B. 1995. Review of Uncontrollable Bodies: Testimonies of identity and culture. Rodney Sappington and Tyler Stallings (eds.). 1994. Seattle, Bay Press. Border / Lines 37: 53 – 54.

Ingram, G. B. 1994. Breaking the code: drawing / site / territory.” Review of book and film. They Write Their Dreams on the Rock Forever: Rock Writings in the Stein River Valley of British Columbia. By Annie Zetco York, Richard Daly, and Chris Arnett. Vancouver: Talonbooks 1993. and Bowl of Bone / Tale of the Syuwe by Jan-Marie Martell and Annie Zetco York. Vancouver: Turtle Productions 1992 / 1993. FUSE (Toronto) XVII (3): 37 – 39.

Ingram, G. B. 1994. Review of Biodiversity Prospecting: Using Genetic Resources for Sustainable Development. By Walter V. Reid, Sarah A. Laird, Carrie A. Meyer, Rodrigo Gámez, Ana Sittenfeld, Daniel H. Janzen, Michael A. Gollin, and Calestous Juma. World Resources Institute (WRI), Washington, D.C. (with Instituto Nacional de Biodiversidad (INBio), Costa Rica; Rainforest Alliance, USA; and African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS), Kenya). Review of European Community & International Environmental Law (RECIEL) (London) 2(4): 384.

Ingram, G. B. 1994. Narratives that subvert site and identity (review of Urinal and Other Stories, John Greyson, 1993, Toronto, Art Metropole + The Power Plant). Angles (Vancouver) April 1994: 26.

Ingram, G. B. 1993. Review of Deforestation in the Postwar Philippines. By David M. Kummer. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press (University of Chicago Geography Research Paper. no. 234). Pacific Affairs (Vancouver) 66(2): 299 – 300.

Ingram, G. B. 1992-3. Review of Conflict Over Natural Resources In South-East Asia and thePacific. Edited by Lim Teck Ghee and Mark J. Valencia. New York: Oxford University Press. 1990. Pacific Affairs 65(4): 590 – 591.

Ingram, G. B. 1991. Review of Landscape Evaluation: Approaches and Applications. edited by Philip Dearden and Barry Sadler. Victoria, University of Victoria Department of Geography. BC Studies (Vancouver) 91 – 92 (1991-92): 231 – 232.

Ingram, G. B. 1990. Review of Design for Mountain Communities: A Landscape and Architectural Guide. by Sherry Dorward, New York, Van Nostrand Reinhold. in Landscape Architecture Review / Revue d’Architecture de Paysage (Toronto) 11(4): 26.

creative writing

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

Ingram, Gordon Brent. 2011. The importance of public sex in the age of digital appliances. in Petite Mort: Recollections of a Queer Public. (edited by Carlos Motta and Joshua Lubin-Levy). New York: Forever & Today. page 78.

Ingram, Gordon Brent. 2010.‘roof’ included in the exhibition, ‘Produce Produce: Re-Examining Urban Sustainability’, Arnica Artist-Run Centre, Kamloops, British Columbia, September and October, 2010. a 52 page hand-bound paper book 4 1/4 inches by 5 1/2 inches.


peer review of journal & book manuscripts

Key for the plan for the 1984 Preserve Design for Thousand Palms, California, California Field Office, The Nature Conservancy, Gordon Brent Ingram

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

·Gender, Place and Culture: A journal of feminist geography, 2003.

·The Canadian Geographer, 2003.

·Sexualities Journal, 1998, 1999, 2002, 2003.

·ACME: An international e-journal for critical geographers, 2002.

·Journal of Environmental Management, 1993, 1994, 1998, 2000.

·Spacemaker Press, 1998.

·Journal of Critical Sociology, 1994.

·Pacific Affairs, 1994.

organizational work for scholarly meetings

#5 2014 April 17 Utopiana - Geneva - satellite scene context study complex montage #1 (small)

#5 2014 April 17 Utopiana – Geneva – satellite scene context study complex montage #1 by castle & ingram (Julian Castle & Gordon Brent Ingram)

 

Reinstating Transgression: Emerging political economies of queer space. American University, Washington D.C., April 17-18, 2010. Co-convenor with Professor William Leap, Chair, Department of Anthropology, American University.

Landscape Approaches to Wildlife and Ecosystem Management. The University of British Columbia. 1992. Host and co-organizer with Professor Michael R. Moss, Department of Geography, University of Waterloo.

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. Principal organizer under the direction of Dr. J. T. Williams, Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research.

presentations at international conferences & symposia

Shed and forest, from the Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway line, near Duncan,

Vancouver Island, February, 1990 by Gordon Brent Ingram

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

Ingram, Gordon Brent. 2013. Repopulating Contentious Territory: Recent Indigenous Aesthetic Interventions in Public Space on the West Coast of Canada. Symposium on Decolonial Aesthetics from the Americas. University of Toronto.

Ingram, G. B. 2010. Reinstating Transgression: Reimagining public policy for emerging political economies of queer space. presented at Reinstating Transgression: Emerging political economies of queer space. American University, Washington D.C., April 17-18, 2010.

Ingram, G. B. 2010. Queer Ecologies & Queerer Political Economies: Methods for the Re-Conceiving of Sexualities, Communities & Power Within Rapidly Changing Environments. Panel 1A Research Methods & Methodologies. presented at Reinstating Transgression: Emerging political economies of queer space

Ingram, G. B. 2010 After The Goldrush: Methods for Assessing the Impacts of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics on Native Sexual Minorities & Development of Strategic Responses to Inequities presented at Reinstating Transgression: Emerging political economies of queer space.

Ingram 2007. Globalizing homosexual & male guest worker identities: The strategic role of Dubai’s Open Beach. Presented at “SEXUALITY AND SPACE,” a pre-conference of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California.

Ingram. 2006. Making ‘The Ghetto’ in The Terminal City: Some queer language of resistance & community formation in mid to late 20th Century Vancouver. American University, Washington, D. C., Colloquium on Language & Homophobia.

Ingram & Michael Habib. 2004. Re-ordering & after: Editing ecosystems & history in the restoration of heritage landscapes under globalization. a plenary presentation at the symposium, Traditional Environments in a Post Global World, Sharjah & Dubai, United Arab Emirates, International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments (IASTE).

Ingram & Lindsay Upshaw. 2004. 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.

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, 16th International Conference, Society for Ecological Restoration, Victoria, Canada.

Ingram. 2004. Redesigning public open spaces as ecological & cultural infrastructure: From Vancouver to Lahore. Workshop for Quaid College, in cooperation with Arage Resource Center Institute of Heritage Education, Archaeological Department Training Institute, Lahore, Pakistan.

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Ingram. 2003. Reconnecting:Planning networks of open space fornature & culture fromVancouver to Sharjah. Medina Forum, Institute for Urban and Regional Planning and Design, College of Architecture & Design, American University Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.

Ingram.2003. Fields or forest? Aboriginal food production landscapes, unresolved legacies and contemporary ecosystem management of Garry oak woodlands in southwestern British Columbia. International Conference on the Forest and Environmental History of the British Empire and Commonwealth. University of Sussex, Brighton UK, presented by Richard Grove.

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Ingram. 2002. Ghayyas Ahmad Raja and Ingram. Detecting the past: Satellite imagery in exploring impacts of historical processes on land use and forest cover in the Salt Range, Punjab, Pakistan. International Conference on the Environmental History of Asia, New Delhi, India (Powerpoint presentation with the support of Harini Nagendra).

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

Ingram.2001. Some geomatics of forest conservation by indigenous groups: A survey & appraisal. Indigenous geography symposium, session: Indigenous Geography I: Cartographies and Geomatics, Annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, New York City.

Ingram. 2001. presented jointly with Gavin Brown, Living in the material world (again): Linking activism & physical space through late queer theory. Conference on Sexuality and Space: Queering geographies of globalization. CLAGS, City College of New York, New York City. session title: Revisiting the material world: urban policy, design + activism after queer nationalism & globalization.

Ingram. 2001. Sex migrants: The coalescence of AIDS, queer and multicultural activism as decolonizing public space in globalizing Vancouver. Conference on Sexuality and Space: Queering geographies of globalization. City College of New York.

Ingram. 2000. (Ingram, G. B. and W. Erickson). Revisiting aboriginal burning: Fire to counter encroachment of Garry oak, Quercus garryana, ecosystems in Pacific Canada. A Native Solution to Fire Management Symposium in Hobart, Tasmania. Session theme: Re-establishing local processes. Presented by Grace Nangendo.

Ingram.1999. Contests over social memory in waterfront Vancouver: Historical editing & obfuscation through public art. Symposium: Waterfronts of Art: Art for social facilitation, Universitat de Barcelona, Departament d’Escultura, Escultura Pública.

Ingram.1998. The dialectics of homoerotic space-taking & placemaking in Vancouver, SEX ON THE EDGE: Sexualities & Marginalities Conference, Session Locations of Homosexuality, October 1998, Concordia University, Montréal.

Ingram.1998. Mapping the Shifting Queerscape: A Century of Homoerotic Space-Taking & Placemaking in Pacific Canada at Conference: Do Ask, Do Tell: Outing Pacific Northwest History, Washington State Historical Museum, Tacoma, Session on Historicizing the Sex in Homosexual: Policing and Community Identity in the Twentieth Century.

Ingram.1997. Redesigning Wreck: The beach as site of queer placemaking and homophobic reaction in Canada. Queer Nation Symposium, Centre Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, York University, Toronto.

Ingram.1996. Tradeoff analysis for planning networks of in situ conservation of plant genetic resources. International Symposium on In-Situ Conservation of Plant Genetic diversity, Antalya, Turkey.

Ingram.1995. Ten arguments for a theory of queers in public space. Introductory talk for the panel, Queer space: Sites of existence, sites of resistance. Queer Frontiers (Conference), International Lesbian and Gay Archives, University of Southern California, Los Angeles.

Ingram.1993. Queers in space: Towards a theory of landscape and sexual orientation. Queer Sites Conference. University of Toronto.

Ingram.1992. Integration of concerns for in situ conservation of genetic resources into region / landscape-wide planning frameworks. Session IX. Management strategies. Symposium: Biodiversity in Managed Landscapes, Sacramento, California.

Ingram.1992. Global status report on in situ conservation of crops and wild relatives of crops. IV World Congress on National Parks and Protected Areas, Caracas, Venezuela, Workshop IV.6 Managing Protected Areas to Conserve Genetic Resources.

Ingram.1992. Indicators of biological diversity and landscape processes for land use simulation on islands. Symposium: ISLANDS 2000 – The World of Islands: What development on the eve of the year 2000?, Giardini-Naxos, Italy.

Ingram.1992. Monitoring the biological diversity of Galiano Island, Canada: A landscape approach to conservation planning. (authors: Pierre R. Vernier & G. Brent Ingram). Symposium: ISLANDS 2000 – The World of Islands: What development on the eve of the year 2000?, Giardini-Naxos, Italy.

Ingram.1990. A Landscape Management and Monitoring framework for preservation of local biological diversity: An example from the Queen Charlotte Islands. Presented at the Protected Areas session of the May 1990 symposium, Landscape Approaches to Wildlife and Ecosystem Management. UBC.

Ingram.1990. The Landscape Ecology of Mt. Maxwell, Salt Spring Island, British Columbia. Presented as a field trip as part of the May 1990 symposium, Landscape Approaches to Wildlife and Ecosystem Management. The University of British Columbia.

Ingram.1990. Fragmentation: Towards an expanded model of the vulnerability of forest habitats on islands. Presented at the symposium In harmony with Nature, International Conference on the Conservation of Tropical Biodiversity, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Ingram.1990. Rain forest and marine habitat conservation initiated by indigenous people. Globe ’90, Vancouver.

Ingram.1990. Integration of concerns for biological, visual and recreational resources into the planning of extractive development and protected areas: A tale of three islands. Symposium entitled Landscape ecology: Planning and design implications. Arizona State University, Phoenix.

Ingram.1988. Planning networks of protected habitat for conservation of species of importance to indigenous societies: Three islands with primary rainforest and pressures for both logging and habitat protection. Symposium: Culture: The missing element in conservation, National Zoological Park -Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Ingram.1985. Ecogeographical surveying of intra-specific variability for conservation and utilization of the genetic resources of wild plants. Commonwealth Science Council Workshop on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, University of Zimbabwe, Harare.

guest critic & panellist engagements

Newly planted winter wheat and barley beds, Bagzane Plateau, November, 1986 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 inches x 20 inches, black and white print by Gordon Brent Ingram

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

1.  2009. Panellist on research methods for urban environmental histories and exploration of  implications of historical investigations for contemporary urban policy after the screening of  REX VS. SINGH  (Directed by Richard Fung, John Greyson and Ali Kazimi  / Canada / 2008 / video / 39 minutes). Presented by INSTRCC (INitiative for Student Teaching and Research in Chinese Canadian Studies), The University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
2.  2008. Panel after the screening of REX VS. SINGH  (Directed by Richard Fung, John Greyson and Ali Kazimi  / Canada / 2008 / video / 39 minutes). Twentieth Out on Screen, Vancouver Lesbian and Gay Film Festival.
3.  2007. Environmental planning guest critic for the final studio presentations of ARC506 – 2: Revitalizing Old Dubai. Department of Architecture, American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
4.  2006. Panellist in the Forum on Visual Resources Management Practices and the Practitioner, 12th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM), Session Number 34, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver.

guest lectures

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.

reports & briefs

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

1.Ingram, G. B. 2002. A project concept for capacity building in forest biodiversity conservation for Pakistan 2002 – 2007 – A report to the Inspector General of Forests of the Pakistan Ministry of Environment and Rural Development; The Pakistan Forest Institute, Peshawar; WWF-Pakistan; and LEAD – Pakistan.

2.Ingram, G. B. 2002. The Garry oak ecosystems on the southwest face of Mt. Sutil, Galiano Island: Field notes from 2 9 2002 & some recommendations. Report to the Galiano Conservancy Association & Islands Trust.

3.Ingram, G. B. 2002. Some information needed for making a list of priority areas with currently unprotected Garry oak ecosystems warranting immediate protection — Discussion paper for the Conservation Planning & Site Protection Recovery Action Group of GOERT.

4.Ingram, G. B. 2001. Analysis of the January 2001 Catalogue of Site Records of the Georgia Basin Ecosystem Partnership for locations of interest for conservation planning under the terms of the Garry Oak Ecosystems Recovery Strategy. Report to GOERT.

5.Ingram, G. B. 1994. The Status of Biological Diversity and Ancient Forest Ecosystems in Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island, Canada – February 1994. Report to the European Parliament.

Publicity

Glenn Bohn. UBC report chops at `unscientific’ compromise on Clayoquot clearcut. Vancouver Sun, Thursday, April 14, 1994: B3.

6.Ingram, G. B. 1994. Principles for a Long-term monitoring group for Clayoquot Sound and conservation partnerships with Nuu-Chah-Nulth communities. Report to Western Canada Wilderness Committee, Natural Resources Defense Council and Greenpeace International.

7.Ingram, G. B. 1994. Geographic information systems for the conservation of the biological diversity of biosphere reserves of China. Final report on a joint Chinese Academy of Science University of British Columbia – IDRC Collaboration.

8.Zhao, X., G. B. Ingram, Zhao Y., Sun D., Xie Z. X., Zhang Q., R. F. J. McFarland. 1994. Conservation of biological diversity in the biosphere reserves of subtropical China: Obstacles and opportunities. Report to the International Development Research Centre (of Canada).

9.Ingram, G. B. 1994. Geographic information systems for the biosphere reserves of subtropical China: Methodologies and prototypes. Report to the International Development Research Centre (of Canada).

10.Ingram, G. B. 1994. Feasibility study for a geographic information system for biological diversity conservation in Xishuangbanna Biosphere Reserve, China. Report to the International Development Research Centre (of Canada).

11.Heywood, V., G. B. Ingram, J. Black, L. Olivier. 1992. Report on Workshop IV.6 – Managing Protected Areas to Conserve Genetic Resources, IV World Congress on National Parks and Protected Areas, Caracas, Venezuela, 2/92. On file, Office of the Director-General, The World Conservation Union (IUCN), Gland, Switzerland. Report to the International Development Research Centre (of Canada).

12.Ingram, G. B., W. K. Weiberg, N. A. Page. 1991. Turning public concerns for the conservation of biological diversity and old-growth forest into operational criteria for land use planning. Report submitted to the Research Branch of the British Columbia Ministry of Forests.

13.Ingram, G. B., W. K. Weiberg, N. A. Page. 1991. The technical basis of landscape analysis for the conservation of biological diversity and old-growth attributes in the CWH [Coastal Western Hemlock] Zone. Report submitted to the Research Branch of the British Columbia Ministry of Forests.

14.Ingram, G. B., W. K. Weiberg, N. A. Page. 1991. Generation of alternative sets of protected habitat, harvesting and silvicultural prescriptions for the conservation of biological diversity. Report submitted to the Research Branch of the British Columbia Ministry of Forests.

15.Ingram, G. B. and A. Flavelle. 1991. Section in the IUCN 1992 Biodiversity Status Report, In situ conservation of crops and wild relatives of crops. Report to the World Conservation Monitoring Centre, Cambridge, England.

16.Ingram, G. B. 1990. Requirements for the design and management of edges in planning reserves with old growth forest. Report submitted to the Old Growth Strategy Task Force. British Columbia Ministry of Forests.

17.Ingram, G. B. 1990. Successional mosaics, biological diversity and the management of old growth fragments across districts. Report submitted to the Old Growth Strategy Task Force. British Columbia Ministry of Forests.

18.Ingram, G. B. 1990. Satellite imagery as a tool in the inventory of old-growth forests. Report submitted to the Old Growth Strategy Task Force. British Columbia, Ministry of Forests.

19.Ingram, G. B. 1989. Monitoring and conservation of the biological diversity of the Burnaby Island, Skwa-ikungwa-i, area of the South Moresby National Park Reserve – A report to Parks Canada, May 1989.

20.Ingram, G. B. 1989. Towards monitoring and protection of the biological diversity of the rainforest and coral habitats of off-shore New Guinea island – Fergusson Island, Milne Bay Province, Papua, New Guinea – An urgent call to action — A report to the Office of Environment and Conservation, Government of Papua, New Guinea; Biology Department of the University of Papua, New Guinea and World Wildlife Fund -Australia – June 1989.

21.Ingram, G. B. 1987. Eco-geographic surveys. In International Board for Plant Genetic Resources Report (IBPGR). In-house review on the collection of the wild species relatives of major crop plants. Rome December 1986. IBPGR: 87/25. on file: IBPGR, FAO.

22.Ingram, G. B., A. Jackson, S. Tostain and H. Moss. 1986, 1987. Mission to southern Aïr Mountains, north central Niger – site and sample data. Report to International Board for Plant Genetic Resources, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and the Republic of Niger. AGPG: IBPGR 86/183. on file, Rome, FAO.

23.Ingram, G. B. 1986. Report on a survey and germplasm collecting mission to northern Cameroon. Report to the International Board for Plant Genetic Resources and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. On file, Rome. AGPG: IBPGR 86/182.

24.Ingram, G. B. 1986. Report on a survey and sampling mission to the southern Aïr Mountains, in central Niger, November and December 1986. Report to the International Board for Plant Genetic Resources and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. AGPG: IBPGR 86/183. On file, Rome, FAO.

25.Ingram, G. B. 1985. Report on a survey of some wild relatives of crops and forage species in Niger, 1984. Report to the International Board for Plant Genetic Resources and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. On file, Rome. AGPG: IBPGR 85/147.

26.International Board for Plant Genetic Resources. 1985. Ecogeographical Surveying and In situ Conservation of Crop Relatives. Rome, IBPGR Secretariat, Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations.

plans, designs & proposals

Steps at Al Jabreen, an Islamic school from circa AD 1671, Hajar Mountains, northern Oman, January, 2004, photograph by Gordon Brent Ingram

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

castle & ingram (side stream environmental design). 2014. Re-establishing traces of Stockholm’s postglacial ecosystems through native biota, urban design as sculpture & outdoor video sites for Hagastaden, Nya Karolinska Solna. proposal for public art explorations and consultations as part of an Artist in Residence for Hagastaden, Nya Karolinska Solna and submitted to NKS Art Committee, Stockholm County Council Cultural Committee.

castle & ingram (side stream environmental design). 2014. “A la recherche de certaines récoltes presque perdu: Decolonizing permaculture: The greatest adversity comes from forgetting. Proposal to Utopiana, Geneva for the programme, “Nature, adversity, etc.”

castle & ingram (side stream environmental design). 2013. “higher tides flooding debris flotsam driftwood repatriation” originally proposed for South London in association with Flat Time House and the Barry Flanagan Foundation

side stream environmental design. 2013. “We work where we live because we cannot find anywhere else to get the work done so that we can get paid: The political aesthetics of artist live work spaces in Vancouver.” Concept for a cultural series on artist live work studio urban planning and political economies developed for the Vancouver Tennant Union’s Rent Assembly programme.

side stream environmental design (Julian Castle, Gordon Brent Ingram, Cameron Murray, Rose Spahan, and Debra Sparrow). 2012 – 2-13. R.E.p.l.a.n.t: Bringing Salish food plants native to neighbourhoods back into urban agriculture & contemporary art. proposal for Vancouver’s False Creek Flats, for public art and urban agriculture.

Gordon Brent Ingram, Jaspal Marwah, Rose Spahan, Debra Sparrow, Julian Castle, Annabel Vaughan and Cameron Murray. 2012. search 4 redesigns: Insubordinate interventions for Vancouver’s public open space. Proposal for a curatorial series to 221A, Vancouver.

Ingram, G. B. 2008. Public input – Salt Spring Island Parks and Ecological Reserves Management Planning. submitted to BC Parks, Victoria.

side stream environmental design. 2005. ‘time-line’ public art proposal for the Fresh Ground cultural series, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto.

side stream environmental design. 2004. The Chalet Corbeau Property: Towards a site plan (Echenevex, Pay du Gex, France).

side stream environmental design. 2002. lost & found: re-establishing disappearing native trees as landart in under-used portions of neighbourhood parks as part of the Art & The Environment initiative of Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation & Community Arts Council of Vancouver.

side stream environmental design. 2002. time line: A progression of motion, change & time-related installations about the twentieth century for the Art on the Ontario Street Greenway programme of the City of Vancouver Public Art Program.

Ingram, G. B. 2002. domination nation: 8 interventions subverting & rewriting early sites in the establishment of national & economic institutions in Vancouver. proposal to Artspeak Gallery.

Ingram, G. B. 2001. Review of Salt Spring Island Local Trust Committee Draft Bylaw 365 Schedule 1 on Conservation of Garry Oak Ecosystems. Submitted to the Salt Spring Island Conservancy.

Ingram, G. B. 2001. Review of the Recovery Strategy for Garry Oak and Associated Ecosystems and their Associated Species at Risk in Canada 2001 – 2006. submitted to the Garry Oak Ecosystems Recovery Team.

Ingram, G. B. & Allan Lidstone. 2001. A conservation planning process for northern (Canadian) Garry oak ecosystems & associated biodiversity. A discussion paper for the GOERT (Garry Oak Ecosystems Recovery Team) Conservation Planning & Site Protection RAG.

Ingram, G. B. and He Bin. 2000. A strategy for training in development, management & use of forest biodiversity conservation geographic information systems. Report to the Forest Conservation and Community Development Project, Yunnan Department of Forestry State Forestry Administration, People’s Republic of China & the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of the Netherlands.

Ingram, Claudia Morgada and Cameron Murray. 1999. until the rock crumbles. Proposal for public art site / sculpture / mixed media in Parque de la Memoria / Monumento a las victimas del terrorismo de estado. Park for the memory of victims of state terrorism, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Cowan, J., G. B. Ingram, C. Murray, and M. Wong. 1998. side stream: an arc of pools for False Creek & Skwaychays, `hole in bottom’, Vancouver. Proposal to Concorde Pacific for Marinaside Crescent by side stream environment design group.

Ingram, G. B. 1995. Old-growth forest and wilderness landscape values in the lands of the Greater Victoria Water District (with an emphasis on the Vietch, Niagara, and Waugh Creeks watersheds). Brief for the Western Canada Wilderness Committee, Victoria Branchto the Greater Victoria Water District.

Ingram, G. B. 1995. Scale and site-specificity requirements in the review of the cumulative impacts on biodiversity, visual, and heritage resources in the environmental assessment of the proposed Bamberton Town Development, Vancouver Island. Report to Province of British Columbia Environmental Assessment Office and Citizens’ Association to Save the Environment, Victoria.

Vagelatos, K. and G. B. Ingram. 1995. Native plants for residential landscapes: Design and management guidelines for southwestern BC.A Report to the Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation of Canada, Ottawa.

Ingram, G. B. 1995. Implications of the Convention on Biological Diversity for institutional development in Indonesia and Malaysia: With a case study on Siberut, Indonesia. Canada-Southeast Asia Policy Paper for the Canada-Asia Pacific Institute.

H. S. Cassell and G. B. Ingram. 1994. Project outline for a Management Plan and Manual for St. Paul Subterranean River National Park and adjacent areas, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan. Report to the City of Puerto Princesa, Philippines.

G. B. Ingram. 1994. The sikerei of Siberut (Indonesia), intellectual property, and reserves for traditional knowledge. Report to the Rainforest Alliance (New York City) Natural Resources and Rights Program.

Ingram, G. B. and A. Pearson. 1990. Planning for islands: Habitat conservation, visual resources management, and wildland recreation development. Submission to the British Columbia Forest Resources Commission.

Ingram, G. B. 1981. Fragments: Management, protection, and restoration proposals for thirteen ecological reserves in British Columbia, Canada – A report to the Ecological Reserves Committee and Advisory Board and the Ministry of Lands, Parks, and Housing of the Government of the Province of British Columbia, June 1981.

exhibitions

Verbena, side stream environmental design bed, Railtown Studios green roof,

Vancouver, 23 July, 2012 Gordon Brent Ingram

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

solo exhibitions

·1999. Vistas | Traces, Tongue Box Café, Vancouver, 10 large colour photographs.

·1992. Transmigrasi: Speed and Politics, Pacific Cinematheque, Vancouver, 5 black and white photographs and 5 colour photographs.

·1991. 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, 12 colour photographs and 24 black and white photographs, 12 drawings plus text. August and September 1991.

reviews

Andrew Palmer, Staging the self – Photography / Andrew Palmer on the civilised delights of Cindy Sherman and the desperate lives of the Tuareg. The Independent (London UK) 16 August, 1991: 17.

Kent, Sarah. `Gardens of Despair.’ (London) Time Out (London) (September 11-18, 1991) 1099: 42.

·1983. edziza trip / crossing cold streams, Xchanges Gallery, Victoria, Canada, 30 black and white photographs with text, February 1983.

·1982. edziza trip / crossing cold streams, Prince George Art Gallery, Prince George, Canada, 30 black and white photographs plus text, documentation of the Spatsizi and Edziza wilderness parks of north-western British Columbia, July 1982.

group exhibitions

·2010. ‘roof’ included in the exhibition, ‘Produce Produce: Re-Examining Urban Sustainability’, Arnica Artist-Run Centre, Kamloops, British Columbia, September and October, 2010. 11 colour digital inkjet prints 11 inches by 14 inches, 4 green roof pegs from Vancouver approximately 9 inches by 9 inches by 24 inches, and a 52 page hand-bound paper book 4 1/4 inches by 5 1/2 inches.

·1994. From Other Places Foto Base Gallery, Vancouver, curated by Anne Rosenberg, 4 large colour photographs.

·1994. Pushing the portrait – Part I, & Pushing the portrait – Part II Foto Base Gallery, Vancouver, curated by Anne Rosenberg, 5 large colour photographs with multiple exposures.

·1994. The Constructed Image, Foto Base Gallery, Vancouver, 3 colour photographs. curated by Anne Rosenberg.

·1994. Queer Space, The Storefront Center for Art and Architecture, Soho, New York (including Ingram’s 13 colour photographs, 11 drawings, and text in a larger project ‘Open’ Space with Martha Judge) curated by Beatriz Colomina, Dennis Dollens, Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, Cindi Patton, Henry Urbach and Mark Wigley.

documentation

·Manifestos: Queer Space, New York, Storefront Art and Architecture, June, 1994. 254 pp.

·Queer Space, New York, Storefront Art and Architecture, (broadside), 4 large newsprint pages.

reviews

·Herbert Muschamp, Architecture View, Designing a framework for diversity, The New York Times, Sunday, June 19, 1994, Sunday Arts Section page 32 (full page).

·Liz Kotz, Queer Spaces, World Art (New York) November 1994.

·Connie Butler, Queer Space, Art+Text (New York) (September 1994) 49: 83 – 84.

·Ann C. Sullivan, Design Community Celebrates Gay Rights, Architecture (August 1994): 24 – 25.

·Philip Arcidi, Defining gay design, Progressive Architecture (August 1994): 36.

·1983. Introductions, Heller Gallery, University of California, Berkeley, 4 black and white photographs.

·1981. Mainstream Exiles, Goodman Building Gallery, San Francisco, 2 large montage pieces with black and white photographs.

·1979. A Group Show of Lesbian and Gay Imagery in Celebration of Gay Pride Week, San Francisco State University Gallery, San Francisco, California, 1 black and white photograph.