LGBTQ HERITAGE | KEN LUSTBADER

LGBTQ HERITAGE | KEN LUSTBADER

This issue of Change Over Time, focused on LGBTQ heritage, is published to coincide with the fiftieth anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, a key turning point…

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LGBTQ Heritage | KEN LUSTBADER

LGBTQ Heritage | KEN LUSTBADER

This issue of Change Over Time, focused on LGBTQ heritage, is published to coincide with the fiftieth anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, a key turning point…

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BEYOND THE BAR: TYPES OF PROPERTIES RELATED TO LGBTQ HISTORY | SUSAN FERENTINOS

BEYOND THE BAR: TYPES OF PROPERTIES RELATED TO LGBTQ HISTORY | SUSAN FERENTINOS

Representations of LGBTQ history in the built environment abound and comprise a range of property types beyond that quintessential symbol of LGBTQ space: the gay…

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EMERGING STRATEGIES FOR SUSTAINING SAN FRANCISCO’S DIVERSE HERITAGE | DONNA GRAVES, JAMES MICHAEL BUCKLEY & GAIL DUBROW

EMERGING STRATEGIES FOR SUSTAINING SAN FRANCISCO’S DIVERSE HERITAGE | DONNA GRAVES, JAMES MICHAEL BUCKLEY & GAIL DUBROW

San Francisco’s continued economic boom threatens to displace much of its culturally diverse population, including LGBTQ residents who have made the city a center of…

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Change Over Time announces the launch of issue 8.2 LGBTQ Heritage

Change Over Time announces the launch of issue 8.2 LGBTQ Heritage

Issue 8.2 LGBTQ Heritage Change Over Time is pleased to announce the launch of issue 8.2 LGBTQ Heritage. Published in commemoration of the 50th anniversary…

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Beyond the Bar: Types of Properties Related to LGBTQ History | SUSAN FERENTINOS

Beyond the Bar: Types of Properties Related to LGBTQ History | SUSAN FERENTINOS

Representations of LGBTQ history in the built environment abound and comprise a range of property types beyond that quintessential symbol of LGBTQ space: the gay…

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Call for Abstracts

Call for Abstracts

The journal Change Over Time: An International Journal of Conservation and the Built Environment, published by the University of Pennsylvania Press, invites abstract submissions for…

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Emerging Strategies for Sustaining San Francisco's Diverse Heritage | Donna Graves, James Michael Buckley & Gail Dubrow

Emerging Strategies for Sustaining San Francisco’s Diverse Heritage | Donna Graves, James Michael Buckley & Gail Dubrow

San Francisco’s continued economic boom threatens to displace much of its culturally diverse population, including LGBTQ residents who have made the city a center of…

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Gentrification and Conservation: Examining the Intersection | Caroline Cheong & Kecia Fong

Gentrification and Conservation: Examining the Intersection | Caroline Cheong & Kecia Fong

Gentrification. For many, simply saying the word evokes powerful emotions of anger, resentment, despair and, at times, powerlessness. Such responses are often rooted in experiences…

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Gentrification and Conservation: Examining the Intersection | Caroline Cheong & Kecia Fong

Gentrification and Conservation: Examining the Intersection | Caroline Cheong & Kecia Fong

Gentrification. For many, simply saying the word evokes powerful emotions of anger, resentment, despair and, at times, powerlessness. Such responses are often rooted in experiences…

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Resisting Gentrification Amid Historic Preservation: Society Hill, Philadelphia, and the Fight for Low-Income Housing | Francesca Russello Ammon

Resisting Gentrification Amid Historic Preservation: Society Hill, Philadelphia, and the Fight for Low-Income Housing | Francesca Russello Ammon

In the 1970s, geographer Neil Smith used Philadelphia’s Society Hill neighborhood to examine the process of gentrification. In this 4-block by 7-block area, a combination…

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