Dear Interested Reader:

The 2018 winter/spring issue of Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology is available at the following link:

Besides "conferences," "items of interest," and "citations received," this issue includes the following entries:

  *   An "in memoriam" for environmental psychologist William Ittelson, who died this past September;
  *   A "book note" on anthropologists Christopher Tilley and Kate Careron-Daum's Anthropology of Landscape, a phenomenology of how different users experience southwestern England's East Devon Pebblebed heathland;
  *   Architect Thomas Barrie's review of architect Ben Jack's A House and Its Atmosphere;
  *   Architectural writer Barbara Erwine's account of her day-long experience of observing and recording the social dynamics of a small central square in Spain's Andalusian hilltown of El Bosque;
  *   Geographer Edward Relph's discussion of the shifting relationship between physical places and electronic media;
  *   Philosopher Dennis Pohl's explication of philosophical studies drawing connections between architectural thinking and the ideas of philosopher Martin Heidegger.
  *   Five poems by Texan poet Sheryl L. Nelms.

If you have difficulty with the link, email me and I will send you a PDF of the issue.

A complete digital EAP archive (1990-2018) is available at:

David Seamon
Editor, Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology

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