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David Seamon

Environment-behavior researcher and Professor of Architecture at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas. His research and writings focus on the ways that the natural and built environments contribute to human well-being. Key themes in which Seamon is interested include: Human aspects of design; Place and place-making; The nature of environmental and architectural experience; Environmental and architectural aesthetics; Artistic media as a means for understanding environment, place, and nature; The "phenomenology of nature" developed by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe; Phenomenology as a method of inquiry in the human sciences and environment-behavior research.

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A. pérez-gómez, attunement

2017

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 28/1

A new system of thought on the city

2016

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 27/2

A. janson, f. tigges, fundamental concepts of architecture

2015

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 26/3

Human-immersion-in-world: Twenty-five years of EAP

2014

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 25/3

C. Alexanders, battle for the life and beauty of the earth

2013

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 24/1

Henri Bortoft (1938-2012): Encountering the whole

2013

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 24/2

Whither "architectural phenomenology"?

2012

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 23/3

Twenty years of EAP

2009

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 20/3

Twenty-five important works in environmental & architectural phenomenology

2009

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 20/3

Duquesne conference on phenomenology and ecology

2005

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 16/2

M. Jacobson et alia, patterns of home

2004

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 15/1

Understanding urban place

2004

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 15/3

B. hillier, space is the machine

2003

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 14/3

C. Alexander, the phenomenon of life

2002

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 13/1

J-e. berendt, the third ear

2001

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 12/1

A bibliography for environmental and architectural phenomenology: Part III

2000

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 11/3

A bibliography for environmental and architectural phenomenology: Part I

2000

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 11/1

T. Thiis-Evensen, archetypes of urbanism

2000

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 11/3

P. Bosselmann, representation of places

1999

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 10/1

Introduction: the active eye in architecture

1998

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 9/1

R. kaplan, S. kaplan & R. ryan, with people in mind

1998

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 9/3

Behavioral geography

1997

in: Encyclopedia of phenomenology, Dordrecht-Boston-London : Kluwer

M. southworth & e. ben-Joseph, streets and the shaping of towns and cities

1997

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 8/2

S. Sanders, staying put

1997

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 8/3

A singular impact

1996

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 7/3

H. hertzBerger, lessons for students in architecture

1996

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 7/3

M. greenberg, the poetics of cities

1996

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 7/1

C. Alexander, a foreshadowing of 21st century art

1995

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 6/1

D. paterson, design, language, and the preposition

1995

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 6/2

D. sucher, city comforts

1995

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 6/3

I. king, Christopher Alexander and contemporary architecture

1995

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 6/1

J. Jacobs, the death and life of great American cities

1995

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 6/2

M. buess, getting to know the landscape

1995

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 6/3

M. silverStein, mind and the world

1995

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 6/1

P. freund & G. Martin, the ecology of the automobile

1995

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 6/3

P. murrain, urban expansion

1995

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 6/2

C. day, places of the soul

1994

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 5/3

J. holan, norwegian wood

1994

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 5/1

O. Alexandersson, living water

1994

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 5/2

B. lane, landscapes of the sacred

1993

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 4/1

H. whone, church monastery cathedral

1993

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 4/1

Dwelling, seeing, and designing: Toward a phenomenological ecology

1993

(ed)

Albany, NY, State University of New York Press

Graduate theses and phenomenology

1992

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 3/3

P. cloke et alia, approaching human geography

1992

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 3/3

P. krapfel, shifting

1992

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 3/2

P. M. rosenau, post-modernism and the social sciences

1992

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 3/3

R. mugerauer, post-modern planning theory

1992

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 3/3

Responsive environments: Designing for an urban sense of place

1991

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 2/2

What is a good house?: Contrast, experience, and architecture

1991

Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology 2/3