It all started when
“‘Women are Everywhere’: Celebrating The Women’s Building.” Forum Journal 2019. http://bit.ly/2Hh1R2h
"Taking Intersectionality Seriously: Lessons from LGBTQ Heritage Initiatives for Historic Preservation" Donna Graves with Gail Dubrow. The Public Historian forthcoming 2019.
A People's Guide to the San Francisco Bay Area, Rachel Brahinsky and Alexander Tarr editors. Berkeley: University of California Press, forthcoming 2019. Wrote several entries.
"In Praise of Multistory Places." History @ Work, National Council on Public History, April 2017. goo.gl/iVTzqy
“Tangible Benefits from Intangible Resources: Using Social and Cultural History to Plan Neighborhood Futures” with James Buckley. Journal of the American Planning Association, March 2016. http://bit.ly/2szKtf7
“The Necessity of Interpretation,” in Fifty Ideas for the Next Fifty years of Historic Preservation, Marla Miller and Max Page eds. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2016.
“Transforming a Hostile Environment: Japanese Immigrant Farmers and Flower Growers in Metropolitan California,” in Food and the City, Dorothee Imbert and John Beardsley, eds. Washington DC: Dumbarton Oaks Press, 2015.
The Legacy of California’s Landmarks: A Report for the California Cultural and Historical Endowment, Legislature-mandated study on the gaps between California’s diverse histories and formal landmark programs, 2012. goo.gl/HKm9kt
“Preserving California’s Japantowns,” Cultural Resources Management: The Journal of Heritage Stewardship, Winter 2009.
“Revising Rosie the Riveter: From Public Art to National Park” in Public Art by the Book, Barbara Goldstein ed., Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2005.
Sento at Sixth and Main: Preserving Landmarks of Japanese American Heritage Gail Dubrow with Donna Graves. Seattle: Seattle Arts Commission, 2002, reprinted by Smithsonian Institution Press, 2005.