|Dr. David Seamon, Kansas State University|
Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology, published two times a year, is a forum and clearing house for research and design that incorporate a qualitative approach to environmental and architectural experience and meaning.
One key concern of EAP is design, education, and policy supporting and enhancing natural and built environments that are beautiful, alive, and humane. Realizing that a clear conceptual stance is integral to informed research and design, the editor is most interested in phenomenological approaches but also gives attention to related styles of qualitative research.
See the Exemplary Topics Covered for a complete coverage of the journal.
Vol. 27, No. 2, Summer/Fall 2016 (includes “citations received,” a book review of Peter L. Laurence’s Becoming Jane Jacobs, and essays by Tarek Wagih, Paul Krafel, Stephen Wood, and John Cameron)
Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology Vol. 27, No. 2
Kansas State University. Architecture Department