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Gordon Brent INGRAM: peer-reviewed articles

Pacific dogwood in a rainstorm 2014 May 14 on Mount Maxwell, Salt Spring Island #01
by castle & ingram (Julian Castle & Gordon Brent Ingram)

1 . Brochu-Ingram, Gordon Brent. 2015 From constructing rights to building multicultural, queer infrastructure: Trajectories of activism, public policy & organizational development in Vancouver. in Queer Activism and Public Policy: [...]

Gordon Brent INGRAM: other scholarly articles

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Brochu-Ingram, Gordon Brent, Peter Hobbs and Cate Sandilands. 2015. Roundtable. Part 1: From Queer/Natures to Queer Ecologies. UnderCurrents: Journal of Critical Environmental Studies 19: 15 - 16; Part 2: Examining Heteronormativity, Reprocentricity, and Ecology: 27 - 28; Part 3: Politics, Resistances, Alliances, and Imbroglios: 46 - 47; [...]

Gordon Brent INGRAM: book editing & anthology essays

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
ยท Ingram, G. B., Y. Retter, and A.-M. Bouthillette. Lost in space: Queer theory and community activism [...]

Gordon Brent INGRAM: book, media & design reviews

Go’mshewah (Cumshewa) triptych Haida Gwaii June 1974
one of the first photographs taken by Gordon Brent Ingram

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 49(3): 645-646. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0021875815000857

Ingram, Gordon Brent. 2013. Repopulating [...]

Negotiating Postcolonial Solidarities: Conflicts around knowledge production on sexual minorities, repression & resistance

Abstract
Principles and practices of solidarity, linking metropolitan and marginal areas of former empires, increasingly diverge between postcolonial ideals and neo-colonial realities. A liability of queer critiques, even more problematic than futile efforts at censorship of books, is the effective obstruction of research initiatives necessary to obtain the empirical data to effectively build solidarity projects with [...]