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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Eroding Paradigms: Heritage in an Age of Climate Gentrification | Meredith Wiggins

Eroding Paradigms: Heritage in an Age of Climate Gentrification | Meredith Wiggins

“Climate gentrification” is a term that is getting more traction in both popular media and academic circles. However, little has been done to link this…

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Eroding Paradigms: Heritage in an Age of Climate Gentrification | Meredith Wiggins

Eroding Paradigms: Heritage in an Age of Climate Gentrification | Meredith Wiggins

“Climate gentrification” is a term that is getting more traction in both popular media and academic circles. However, little has been done to link this…

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Confronting Exclusion: Redefining the Intended Outcomes of Historic Preservation | Erika Avrami, Cherie-Nicole Leo, Alberto Sanchez Sanchez

Confronting Exclusion: Redefining the Intended Outcomes of Historic Preservation | Erika Avrami, Cherie-Nicole Leo, Alberto Sanchez Sanchez

The processes involved in designating historic properties have become increasingly participatory over the past quarter century, allowing more diverse publics to ascribe value to and…

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The Nexus of Arts and Preservation: A Case Study of Cleveland's Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization | Stephanie Ryberg-Webster, Amanda Johnson Ashley

The Nexus of Arts and Preservation: A Case Study of Cleveland’s Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization | Stephanie Ryberg-Webster, Amanda Johnson Ashley

Community organizations are increasingly turning toward the arts and historic preservation to catalyze community economic development, although both strategies have complex histories related to gentrification…

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Social Preservation and Moral Capitalism in the Historic Black Township of Eatonville, Florida: A Case Study of "Reverse Gentrification" | Scot French

Social Preservation and Moral Capitalism in the Historic Black Township of Eatonville, Florida: A Case Study of “Reverse Gentrification” | Scot French

Can twenty-first-century scholars of gentrification find historical precedents for “social preservationist” ideology in the gentry-assisted black town-building movement of the late- nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries?…

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Author Biographies

Author Biographies

Francesca Russello Ammon is associate professor of City and Regional Planning and Historic Preservation at the University of Pennsylvania. A cultural historian of the built…

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Photo-Documenting the Lost Landscape of Lesbian Nightclubs in New York City | Gwen Shockey & Karen Loew

Photo-Documenting the Lost Landscape of Lesbian Nightclubs in New York City | Gwen Shockey & Karen Loew

This photo essay, with accompanying text, examines overlooked gathering spaces used by lesbian and queer female-identified individuals in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens between the years…

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