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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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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Twentieth-century Jewish LGBTQ London and the Rainbow Jews Heritage Project | James Lesh

Twentieth-century Jewish LGBTQ London and the Rainbow Jews Heritage Project | James Lesh

Exploring twentieth-century LGBTQ Jewish London, this article argues that the everyday places where intersectional, sexual and cultural, religious and spiritual identities were negotiated, experienced, explored…

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A Gay Man Was Murdered Here: Space, Sex, and Antigay Violence in Boston | David White

A Gay Man Was Murdered Here: Space, Sex, and Antigay Violence in Boston | David White

Despite its undeniably important role in shaping individual and collective queer identities, anti-gay violence is a relatively under-analyzed or overlooked subject for historians and public…

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Marking Time and the Critical Reading of Space | Mark Robbins

Marking Time and the Critical Reading of Space | Mark Robbins

TellTale was a temporary, site-specific installation commissioned for the Adelaide Festival in Australia. It comprised a series of interventions located on a riverfront esplanade that…

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Author Biographies

Author Biographies

James Michael Buckley is an Associate Professor and Director of the Historic Preservation Program at the University of Oregon Portland. Buckley previously taught in the urban…

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