Change Over Time is pleased to announce the launch of issue 8.2 LGBTQ Heritage. Published to coincide with of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, this issue explores the theoretical and practical dimensions of preserving the sites and places of an 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. While the journal theme is focused upon LGBTQ heritage, the challenges discussed are relevant to historically under-represented communities whose contributions and places of meaning, though often overlooked, remain integral to our public history and built environments.
Join us on November 5 for a panel discussion moderated by Ken Lustbader, Co-Director of the NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project. Presented by the Graduate Program in Historic Preservation and the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center. Advance registration will be required by October 28. Refreshments will be served.
Ken Lustbader, Ken is a co-director of the NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project, the first cultural heritage initiative and educational resource to document historic sites connected to the LGBT community in New York City. For over 25 years, he has been one of the national pioneers in issues related to LGBT history, documentation, and historic preservation. His preservation experience includes working as a program officer at the J.M. Kaplan Fund and as consultant to numerous not-for-profit preservation organizations.
Sharon Hayes, Associate Professor of Fine Arts
Bob Skiba, Archivist at the William Way LGBT Community Center and President of the Association of Philadelphia Tour Guides
John T. Reddick, is an architectural and cultural, historian and a recent Columbia University Community Scholar. He was a founding member of Harlem Pride and currently serves as its Vice President.
Presented by the Graduate Program in Historic Preservation and the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center.