Marginalization means invisibility, both in history and space. New efforts seek to reclaim and preserve queer histories inscribed in sites across the city.
Making Space for Intersection
Many architects and urbanists are asking how their tools might be most effectively deployed in order to resist the violent oppression of marginalized communities, and how this effort might need to look different today than it has in the past.
Battlegrounds and Bachelor Flats
The NYC LGBT Historic Sites project puts once-marginal histories on the map, shining a light on the significance of overlooked sites.
Constellating Queer Spaces
How can the ephemeral and mutable geographies of queer urban life be mapped and preserved?