David Seamon (PhD, 1977, Clark University, Worcester, MA) is a Professor of Environment-Behavior and Place Studies in the Department of Architecture at Kansas State University. His research focuses on a phenomenological approach to environmental and architectural topics. His books include A GEOGRAPHY OF THE LIFEWORLD (1979/2015), DWELLING, PLACE, AND ENVIRONMENT (1985 and co-edited with Robert Mugerauer), DWELLING, SEEING, AND DESIGNING (1993), and GOETHE'S WAY OF SCIENCE: A PHENOMENOLOGY OF NATURE (1998 and co-edited with Arthur Zajonc). His most recent book is LIFE TAKES PLACE: PHENOMENOLOGY, LIFEWORLDS AND PLACE MAKING (Routledge, 2018). He is editor of ENVIRONMENTAL & ARCHITECTURAL PHENOMENOLOGY, which celebrated 25 years of publication in 2014. Seamon's articles and other writings are available at academia.edu.
Architectural History and Theory architectural phenomenology Architecture ecophenomenology environmental phenomenology Environmental Philosophy Environmental Psychology Goethean science History and Philosophy of the Humanities Human Geography Humanistic Geography Phenomenology qualitative Qualitative Research Research Methods Social and Cultural Geography Social Sciences Urban Design urban geography
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