Author Archives: GordonBrentBrochuIngram

Queering Urban Forests as Democratizing Public Space & Community (including LGBTQ2S) Infrastructure

  Brochu-Ingram. 2019. Queering Urban Forests as Democratizing Public Space & Community (including LGBTQ2S) Infrastructure. part of SESSION 3:Queering the Urban Forest: Heterotopias and Peripheral Spaces, RISING URBANISTS 2019: REFRAMING THE URBAN FOREST, ASLA CCNY / Spitzer School of Architecture, … Continue reading

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Queer Ecologies Roundtable in UnderCurrents: Journal of Critical Environmental Studies 19

Gordon Brent Brochu-Ingram, Peter Hobbs and Catriona Sandilands. 2015. Roundtable. Part 1: From Queer/Natures to Queer Ecologies. UnderCurrents: Journal of Critical Environmental Studies 19: 15-16 and Part 2: Examining Heteronormativity, Reprocentricity, and Ecology: 27-28; Part 3: Politics, Resistance, Alliances, and … Continue reading

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Ryan Thoreson on the Struggles, Achievements and Foibles of a Quarter Century of Transnational LGBT Activism

  Interviewed by Gordon Brent Brochu-Ingram in April 2015   Modern LGBT organizations now go back more than sixty years with international solidarity work having linked communities for three decades. Yet there have been few public reflections on the many … Continue reading

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Building Queer Infrastructure: Trajectories of Activism and Organizational Development in Decolonizing Vancouver

 Fragment of a photograph taken on September 6, 2014 by an astronaut on the International Space Station: metropolitan Vancouver with all of its suburbs often referred to as “The Lower Mainland”   Fragment of a photograph taken on September 6, … Continue reading

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Review in press: Christina B. Hanhardt 2013 Safe Space: Gay Neighborhood History and the Politics of Violence

Review in press Journal of American Studies (Cambridge University Press) Christina B. Hanhardt, Safe Space: Gay Neighborhood History and the Politics of Violence (Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press, 2013, $25.95). Pp. 376. isbn 978 0 8223 5470 3. Any … Continue reading

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