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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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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A Note of Gratitude to Our Peer Reviewers

A Note of Gratitude to Our Peer Reviewers

A NOTE OF GRATITUDE TO OUR PEER REVIEWERS It has been seven years since the launch of¬†Change Over Time¬†with our inaugural issue on ‘Repair’ in…

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BUTTE AND ANACONDA, MONTANA: PRESERVING AND INTERPRETING A VAST LANDSCAPE OF EXTRACTION | FREDRIC QUIVIK

BUTTE AND ANACONDA, MONTANA: PRESERVING AND INTERPRETING A VAST LANDSCAPE OF EXTRACTION | FREDRIC QUIVIK

The mines of Butte, Montana led the world in the supply of copper from 1887 through the First World War. This period corresponds in human…

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FORWARD: LANDSCAPES OF EXTRACTION | FRANK MATERO

FORWARD: LANDSCAPES OF EXTRACTION | FRANK MATERO

Among the oldest of technologies, the extractive industries refer to those processes that involve the removal and processing of raw materials from the earth: mines,…

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Forward: Landscapes Of Extraction | Frank Matero

Forward: Landscapes Of Extraction | Frank Matero

Among the oldest of technologies, the extractive industries refer to those processes that involve the removal and processing of raw materials from the earth: mines,…

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