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8.2 LGBTQ Heritage Issue Launch | Change Over Time Journal


Change Over Time is pleased to announce the launch of issue 8.2 LGBTQ Heritage. Published in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, this issue explores the theoretical and practical dimensions of preserving a historically invisible and transient history. By employing a variety of disciplinary methods to identify, document, and interpret LGBTQ heritage, the contributors to this issue demonstrate inclusive conservation practices and challenge the architectural biases of existing preservation criteria. The digital version of this issue and all back issues are available through Project Muse, Web of Science, and EBSCO.

In this issue:

• LGBTQ Heritage (editorial), Ken Lustbader, Guest Editor
• Beyond the Bar: Types of Properties Related to LGBTQ History, Susan Ferentinos
• Emerging Strategies for Sustaining San Francisco’s Diverse Heritage, Donna Graves, James Michael Buckley & Gail Dubrow
• Photo-Documenting the Lost Landscape of Lesbian Nightclubs in New York City, Gwen Shockey & Karen Loew
• Twentieth-century Jewish LGBTQ London and the Rainbow Jews Heritage Project, James Lesh
• A Gay Man Was Murdered Here: Space, Sex, and Antigay Violence in Boston, David White
• Marking Time and the Critical Reading of Space, Mark Robbins

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