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Cumulative Index (Vol 1-9, 1990-1998)

This index includes all EAP entries except reference items listed in "citations received." Entries have been identified in the following order: volume number, issue number, and page(s). Thus 3,2:10, for example, refers to volume 3, issue 2, page 10. Volume numbers by years are as follows: vol. 1, 1990; vol. 2, 1991; vol. 3, 1992; vol. 4, 1993; vol. 5, 1994; vol. 6, 1995; vol. 7, 1996; vol. 8, 1997; vol 9, 1998.

The index categories are: Feature Essays; Book and Film Reviews; Poetry; Noteworthy Readings; Graduate Theses; Membership News; Conferences; Organizations; Refereed Journals; Book Series; Other Publications; Obituaries; Topics.

 

FEATURE ESSAYS
Acampora, Ralph R., Human and Nonhuman Lifeworlds 3,2:10
Angell, Eric, Design for Nondualistic Experiences 7,1:8-10
Appelbaum, David, Home, Host, Guest 2,1:14-15
_____, Ladders, 3,1:8-9
Bay, Alfred, Buildings, Householders, and Reconfiguring Life 6,1:11-13
Behnke, Elizabeth, Field Notes: Lived Place and the 1989 Earthquake in Northern California 1,2:10-14
Bennett, Noel, Wakeman, Jim, and McGuire, Michael, A Place in the Wild 2,2:5-7
Boschetti, Margaret, Windows on the World: A Class Exercise 1,1:11
_____, Seeing Familiar Things in New Ways 7:3:12
Brill, Michael, An Architecture of Peril: Design for a Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, Carlsbad, New Mexico 4,3:8-10
Chawla, Louise, Reaching Home: Reflections on Environmental Autobiography 6,2:12-15
Childress, Herb, Life on Earth: San Francisco, Oostburg, and the Figure-Ground Reversal 4,2:6-7
Coates, Gary J., Reflections on Resettling America 4,2:8-9
Condon, Patrick, Phenomenological Approaches to Landscape, Place, and Design 1,3:3
Day, Matthew D., Home in the Postmodern World 8,3:13-15
Denton, David E., Notes on Bachelard's Inhabited Geometry 2,1:9-10
de Wit, Cary, Sense of Place on the High Plains 5,2:10-11
Ediger, Jeffrey, Listening Through the Door 5,1:10-12
Erickson, Thomas, Some Notes on the Experience of Being a Teleworker 9,3:9-12
Francis, Tammeron, Place, Land, and Meaning: Lessons for Making Architecture from the Adena-Hopewell 8,1:9-11
Grange, Joseph, A Normative Environmental Ethics and Christopher Alexander's Work as an Example 3,2:11-12
Gutsche, Christopher, Child's Table, 8,3:7-8
Harries, Karsten, Comments on Four Papers: ASCA Annual Meeting, 1991 2,3:10-12.
Jay, Tom, Salmon of the Heart 3,2:5
_____, Culture is a Mortal Nest 4,3:14-15
_____, The Placeless, Neighborless Realm: Language, Homescape, and Rehabilitation 7,2:13-15
Lappan, Mark, A Lifeworld on Water: Home and Journey on the Great Lakes 2,2:14-15
Lambert, Ian, Songs of the Sacred: A Thiis-Evensen Interpretation of LeCorbusier's Ronchamp Chapel and Wright's Unity Temple 9,3:13-15
Lin, Yuan, Karsten Harries' Natural Symbols and Frank Lloyd Wright's Natural Houses 2,3:13-15.
Lincourt, Michel, What Is a Window? Reacting to Thiis-Evensen's Architectural Archetypes 5,3:10-13
Million, Louise, Rocking 2,1:11-13
_____, "It Was Home: Reflections on Losing Place 5,2:12-15
_____, A World of Many Places 7,3:8-9.
Mugerauer, Robert, Mircea Eliade: Restoring the Possibilities of Place 3,1:10-12
Neis, Hajo, Process, Design and Making, 8,3:5-7
Paterson, Douglas D., Making Places: The Phenomenological Importance of the Invent{ing}ory 6,3:14-15
_____, Place and Placelessness: Fabulous Frustrations 7,3:9-10.
Porteous, J. Douglas, The Mutual Impenetrability of World Discourse 3,1:10-11
Prorok, Carolyn V., Creating the Sacred from the Ordinary: The Case of Ambridge 6,3:11-13
Relph, Edward, Place, Postmodern Landscapes, & Heterotopia 3,1:14
_____, Reflections on Place and Placelessness 7,3:15-15
Riegner, Mark, Goethean Science: Toward a Heightened Empathy of Nature 9,1:10-11
Roszak, Theodore, The Madness of Cities 3,1:7
Schafer, R. Murray, A Deceptive Neighborhood: The Soundscape of Toronto's Lower Forest Hill 3,1:7
_____, Argentinean Soundscapes, November 1994 6,2:9-11
Scott, Gwendolyn, At the End, 8,2:12-15
Schaffer, Barbara, Restoring the Waters 7,2:10-12
Seamon, David, The Life of the Place: A Phenomenological Commentary on Bill Hillier's Space Syntax 4,2:10-15
_____, A Singular Impact: Edward Relph's Place and Placelessness 7,3:10-13
Sherman, Harvey E., The Body in the House 5,3:13-15
Silverstein, Murray, Is Place a Journey? 5,1:12-15
Stefanovic, Ingrid Leman, Sustainability, Dwelling, and Wholeness 3,2:14-15
Toombs, S. Kay, Illness and the Way of the Body, 8,2:7-9
_____, Recounting a Routine Experience: Going on a Professional Trip, 8,2: 10-12
Trevelyan, George [originally 1977], The Active Eye in Architecture 9,1:13-15
Tumlin, Eileen, A Telephone Table, 8,3:11-12
Violich, Francis, Dalmatia, Urban Identity and the War, 1991-1993: Seeking Meaning in Urban Places 4,3:11-13
Vittoria, Anne, Recollections of the House on California Road: A Phenomenological Inquiry 1,3:12-16
Walkey, Ron, Again Alexandria 7,1:11-15
Walsh, Robert M., Making a Red Chest 8,3:9-10
Wattles, Jeffrey, Spiritual Dwelling and Environmental Ethics 3,1:13-14
Weston, Anthony, Ethics out of Place 3,1:12-13
Woolf, David, Fear and Darkness, or the Seduction of the Cellar, 8,1:12-15
 
BOOK & FILM REVIEWS
Alexander, C., 1993, A Foreshadowing of 21st Century Art: The Color and Geometry of Very Early Turkish Carpets 6,1:5-10
Alexandersson, O., 1990, Living Water: Viktor Schauberger and the Secrets of Natural Energy 5,2:6-9
Bentley, I. et al., 1985, Responsive Environments 2,2:11-13
Bockemuhl, J., ed., 1985, Toward a Phenomenology of the Etheric World 5,2:5
Bortoft, H., 1996, The Wholeness of Nature: Goethe's Way toward a Science of Conscious Participation in Nature 9,1:6-7
Brenneman, W., Jr., & Brenneman, M., 1995, Crossing the Circle at the Holy Wells of Ireland 7,2:5
Casey, E. S., 1993, Getting Back into Place 6,2:7-9
Chawla, L., 1994, In the First Country of Places: Nature, Poetry, and Childhood Memory 6,3:8-9
Colquhoun M. & Ewald, A., 1996, New Eyes for Plants 9,1:7-9
Brand, S., 1994, How Buildings Learn 9,2:6-7
Day, C., 1990, Places for the Soul 5,3:8
Ellis, N., 1997, Architecture of Fear 9,3:7-9
Fiffer, S. S. & Fiffer, S., 1995, Home 9,3:7-9
Greenberg, Mike, 1995, The Poetics of Cities 7,1:4-7
Holan, J., 1990, Norwegian Wood 5,1:6-7
Jacobson, M. et al., 1990. The Good House 2,3:6-8
Jarviluoma, H., ed., 1994, Soundscapes: Essays on Vroom and Moo 7,3:4-5
Kaplan, R., Kaplan, S., & Ryan, R.L., 1998, With People in Mind 9,3:5-6
Krapfel, P., 1989, Shifting 3,2:6-8
Kunstler, J. H., 1993, The Geography of Nowhere 6,3:8-9
Landry, R., Places for the Soul: The Architecture of Chrisopher Alexander 3,3:12,13 (2 film reviews)
Mugerauer, R., Interpretations on Behalf of Place 8,1:5-7
Norberg-Schulz, C., 1988, New World Architecture 3,1:6
Schwenk, T, 1965, Sensitive Chaos 7,2:6
Southworth, M. & Ben-Joseph, E., 1997, Streets and the Shaping of Towns and Cities 8,2:4-6
Steele, J., 1997, Architecture for the People: The Complete Works of Hassan Fathy 9,2:4-6
Tetsuro, Watsji, 1961, Climate and Culture 7,1:3
Thiis-Evensen, T., 1987, Archetypes in Architecture 1,2:6-9; 1,3:9-11
This England [periodical] 8,2:3
Tuan, Y., 1993, Passing Strange and Wonderful
Oldenburg, R., 1989, The Great Good Place 3,3:14-15
Olsen, W. S. & Cairns, S., 1996, The Sacred Place 9,3:7-9
Pocius, G.L., 1991, A Place to Belong: Community Order and Everyday Space in Calvert, Newfoundland 4,2:4
Rouner, L., 1996, The Longing for Home 9,3:7-9
Van der Ryn, S. & Cowan, S., 1996, Ecological Design 8,1:7-8
Wann, D., 1996, Deep Design: Pathways to a Livable Future 8,1:7-8
Wilson, A., 1992, The Culture of Nature 5,1:8-9
 
POETRY
Kahoe, Richard D., Oklahoma Homecoming 4,3:15
Kherdian, David, When These Old Barns Lost Their Inhabitants... 4,2:15
Richardson, Miles, Vistas Make You Think 2,2:10
_____, An Aging Academic at a Conference 6,1:14
Scott, G., On Leaving a House 3,1:14
_____, Hard Water Walking 6,1:14
Yesko, Jill, Reading a Map 2,2:10
_____, Do Not Ask Me to Explain 3,1:15
 
NOTEWORTHY READINGS
Alexander, C., 1991, A New Way of Looking 3,1:3
Benedickt, M., ed., 1988, Center: Buildings and Reality (vol. 4) 1,1:8
Buess, M., 1992, Getting to Know the Landscape: The Gobenmatt 6,3:5-6
Burch, R., 1989, On Phenomenology and Its Practice 1,2:5
Chaffin, V. F., 1989, Dwelling and Rhythm: The Isle Brevelle as a Landscape of Home 1,3:5
Cheney, J., 1989, Postmodern Environmental Ethics 1,1:9
Cloke, P. et al, 1991, Approaching Human Geography 3,3:6
Condon, P. M., 1991, Radical Romanticism 3,1:4
Corner, J., 1990, A Discourse on Theory I 2,3:3
Davis, D, 1989 Ecophilosophy 1,1:8
Davis, T., 1989, Photography and Landscape Studies 1,1:9-10
Fetterman, D. M., 1988, Qualitative Approaches to Evaluation in Education 1,1:10
Freund, P. & Martin, G., 1993, The Ecology of the Automobile 6,3:7
Goethe, J. von, 1990, Goethe's Botanical Writings 2,2:4
Hargrove, E. C., 1989, Foundations of Environmental Ethics 3,2:3
Heelan, P., 1983, Space-Perception & the Philosophy of Science 1,2:4
Hertzberger, H., 1991, Lessons for Students in Architecture 7,3:3-4
Hufford, M., 1986, One Space, Many Places: Folklife and Land Use in New Jersey's Pinelands National Reserve 1,1:6
Jacobs, J., 1993 [1961]. Death and Life of Great American Cities 6,2:6
Jones, E., 1989, Reading the Book of Nature 4,3:5-6
King, I., 1993, Christopher Alexander & Contemporary Architecture 6,1:3-4
Lane, B. C., 1988, Landscapes of the Sacred 4,1:4-5
Markovich, N. et al, eds, 1990, Pueblo Style & Regional Architecture 3,1:4-5
Paul Murrain, 1993, Urban Expansion: Look Back and Learn 6,2:5-6
Mugerauer, R., 1990, Post-Modern Planning Theory 3,3:6
Paterson, D., 1991, Fostering the Avant-Garde Within 3,1:4
_____, 1993, Dualities & Dialectics in the Experience of Landscape 5,3:7
Perrella, S., ed., 1988, Form; Being; Absence 1,1:6-8
Phenomenology & Human Sciences 2,2:4
Phenomenology + Pedagogy, 1990 2,3:3
Phenomenology + Pedagogy, 1991 4,3:5-7
Paterson D. D., 1993, Design, Language, and the Preposition 6,2:4-5
Rattner, D. M., 1993, Moldings 5,3:6-7
Relph, E., 1989, Responsive Methods, Geographical Imagination & the Study of Landscapes 1,3:6
Rosenau, P. M., 1992, Post-Modernism and the Social Sciences 3,3:5
Sanders, S. R., 1993, Staying Put: Making a Home in a Restless World, 8,3:5
Silverstein, M., 1993, Mind & the World: Interplay of Theory & Practice 6,1:4-5
Smith, T. S., 1989, Ojibwe Persons: Toward a Phenomenology of an American Lifeworld 2,2:3
Stefanovic, I. L., 1992, Housing Quality from a Phenomenological Perspective 5,3:6
Sucher, D., 1995, City Comforts 6,3:5
Toulmin, S., 1990. Cosmopolis: The Hidden Agenda of Modernity 2,1:5
van Manen, M., 1990. Researching Lived Experience 2,1:4
von Meiss, P., 1990, Elements of Architecture: From Form to Place 2,1:3
Weiner, J. F., 1991, The Empty Place: Poetry, Space, and Being among the Foi of Papua, New Guinea 3,3:4
Whone, H., 1990, Church Monastery Cathedral 4,1:6
Zajonc, A., 1991, Light & Cognition 3,2:3
Zimmerman, M. E., 1990, Heidegger's Confrontation with Modernity 2,3:4-5
 
GRADUATE THESES (shortened titles)
Barnes, A., 1992, Mount Wellington and the Sense of Place 3,3:7
Francis, T., 1995, A Phenomenology of Prehistoric Native American Architecture and its Landscape Context... 5,3:4
Koop, Theano Terkenli, 1994, The Idea of Home... 5,3:4
Lin, Y., 1991, ...A Phenomenological Interpretation of Modern Sacred Architecture Based on Thiis-Evensen's Archetypes in Architecture 3:3:7-8
Million, M. L., 1992, "It Was Home": A Phenomenology of Place and Involuntary Displacement...3,3:8-9; 5,2:12-15
Munro, K. A., 1991, Planning for Place: Phenomenological Insights in Urban Design 3,3:9
Ramaswami, M., 1992, Toward a Phenomenology of Wood... 3,3:10-11
Tadych, Christopher, 1993, Architecture as Cultural Dialogue... 5,3:4-5
 
MEMBERSHIP NEWS
Abrams, David 1,2:14-15
Acampora, Ralph 2,3:5
Aldrich, Tony 9,3:3
Alitalo, Simon 5,2:4
Bay, Alfred 3,2:3
Behnke, Betsy 5,1:4
Boughan, Trajn 9,3:3
Burch, Robert 2,1:6
Canizaro, Vincent 9,1:3
Capobianco, Richard 2,3:5
Cohill, Andrew 3,2:2; 6,1:3; 6,3:3
Day, Linda 5,1:4
Day, Matthew 6,3:3; 8,1:3-4
Denton, David E. 1,3:8
Drum, Ryan 5,3:3; 9,2:3
Dyson, Bruce 6,2:2
Ediger, Jeffrey 4,2:2
Erickson, Tom 6,3:4
Evenden, Len 9,1:4
Ferreira de Mello, Joao Baptista 2,1:6
Ford, Chris 5,2:4
Francis, Tammeron 5,3:4
Gobster, Paul 1,2:14
Habiger, Robert 3,3:3
Haydon, Rich 5,1:4
Hill, Judyth 9,2:3
Hillis, Ken 3,2:2
Hoekstra, Daan 9,3:4
Hopkins, Arlene 7,1:2
Horner, Randi 1,2:15
Hurrle, William 8,2:2
Johnson, Norris Brock 6,2:2-3
Keiffer, Artimus 6,2:3
Kirby, V.G. 5,3:4
Kirchoff, Bruce K. 8,2:2
Koblentz, Evelyn Dunn 1,3:6; 9,1:4
Koop, Theano Terkenli 5,1:5; 5,3:4
Kruger, Linda 5,2:4
Krapfel, Paul 9,3:4
Leitch, Graeme 6,1:3
LeStrange, Renée 5,2:4; 9,3:4
Lincourt, Michel 5,1:5
McIntyre, Suzanne 6,2:3
Mann, John Bright 1,3:7.
Martin, Evelyn 2,1:6
May, J. Bruce 4,1:2
Miller, Mark 4,3:3
Mroczek, Russell 1,2:15
Mukerjee, Ashish 5,3:4
Pignatelli, Paola Coppola 5,2:4
Potas, Warren A. 3,2:2-3
Richardson, Miles 2,2:2.
Rothenberg, David 1,2:14
Russell, James A. 1,3:6.
Russo, David 8,2:2
Saile, David 2,2:2
Salmon, Nick 5,1:5
Schafer, R. Murray 4,2:2
Scully, Michael J. 6,1:3
Sherry, Jr., John F. 3,3:3
Steele, John 4,2:2
Tadych, Christopher 5,3:4
Thiis-Evensen, Thomas 4,3:2
Townley, John 9,2:3
Valbracht, David 1,2:15
Valentine, Judith 4,3:3
Wageley, Bethany 7,1:2
Wells, Malcolm 7,2:4
Whilhite, Elizabeth 1,3:7.
Winkler, Justin 3,2:5; 5,1:5; 6,2:3; 9,1:4-5
Wu, Kingsley K. 1,2:7; 5,3:5; 7,2:4
Yesko, Jill 2,2:3
 
CONFERENCES
Archeology of Consciousness 8,3:2
Architecture and Place Conference 4,1:2-3
Architecture and the Great Plains 3,3:2
Architecture and Healing 7,1:1
Architecture, Soul, and the City 6,2:1
Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture 2,3:9
Association for the Study of Literature and Environment (ASLE) 6,1:2; 8,2:2
Avoiding the Anyplace Syndrome, 2,3:2
Built Form and Culture, 2,2:2; 8,2:1
Communication and Environment 6,1:2; 8,1:1
Culture and Space in Home Environments 8,1:1
Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA), 1,1:4; 1,3:2; 1,3:3; 2,1:5; 3,3:1; 4,3:1-2; 4,3:2; 5,1:2; 5,3:2; 6,1:1,15; 6,3:2; 8,1:2
Environmental Music Week 6,2:1
Human Science Research Conference, 1,2:2; 3,2:1; 6,2:1; 7,1:1
International Association for People-Environment Studies (IAPS) 9,1:2
International Qualitative Research Association 7,3:2
Making Cities Livable 8,1:3; 9,1:2
Making Sacred Spaces, 8,2:1
Ornament of Classical Architecture 6,3:2
Place in American Culture 1,2:2
Qualitative Research in Education 9,1:2
Rural Planning & Development: Visions of the 21st Century, 2,1:2
Space Syntax Conference 8,2:2; 9,1:2
Spirit of Place symposium, 1,1:4; 4,1:2
Society for Phenomenology and Existential Phenomenology (SPHS) 4,2: 1; 5,2:2; 6,2:1; 7,2:1; 8,2;1.
Society for Phenomenology and the Human Sciences (SPHS), 1,2:2; 2,2:2; 4,2:1; 5,2:2; 6,2:1; 7,2:1; 8,2:1
Tuning of the World 3,3:2
Unlimited by Design 9,1:2
Vision, Culture, and Landscape, 1,2:2
What Makes a City Conference 5,1:3
 
ORGANIZATIONS
American School of Geomancy 6,2:3
Assoc. for the Study of Literature & Environment (ASLE) 5,1:1; 6,1:2
Biosphere 2 Center 8,3:2
Canadian Society for Hermeneutics and Postmodern Thought 1,3:4
Center for Psychology & Social Change 7,2:2
Center for Reflection on the Second Law 3,2:2
Center for Respect of Life and Environment 2,3:2
Center for Environmental Art and Humanities 8,2:2
Center for Experiential Notation 1,2:3
Coalition for Education in the Outdoors 4,1:1
Cob Cottage Company 6,2:2
Cultural Aspects of Design 1,2:15
Dallas Institute 5,1:3
Earth Ethics Research Group 3,1:2
Ecological Design and Research Institute 1,2:2
Emerson College, Environmental Design Course 5,3:3
Fellowship for Intentional Community 7,2:2
Front Porch 7,3:2
Geography of Religions & Belief Systems 4,2:2
Global Response 7,1:2
Green Cross Society 7,1:2
Green Earth Foundation 2,1:2
Healing Healthcare Network 4,3:2
Institute for Deep Ecology Education 4,2:2; 7,2:2
Institute for the Study of Classical Architecture 5,3:2
Institute for Traditional Studies 3,1:2
Institute for 21st Century Studies 4,2:2
Institute on Religion in an Age of Science 8,1:2
Intrnl Association for Environmental Philosophy 9,3:1
Intrnl Association for People-Environment Studies (IAPS) 6,3:2
Intrnl Association for the Study of Traditional Environments (IASTE) 1,3:4
Intrnl Ecological Design Society 7,1:2
Intrnl Human Science Research Assoc. 2,1:2
Intrnl Listening Association 5,1:1
Intrnl Society for Environmental Ethics 1,3:4
Interspecies Communication 7,2:2
Institute for the Study of Classical Architecture 6,2:2
Jane Godall Institute 7,3:2
Kairos 2,1:2
MAP2 Consultations 7,2:2
North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology 3,2:2
Planet Drum Foundation 1,3:4
Prince of Wales's Institute of Arch. 4,3:4
Sacred Sites International Foundation 2,3:2
Schumacher College 2,2:2
E. F. Schumacher Society 3,1:2
Scientific and Medical Network 5,2:2
Schumacher College 8,1:3
Shared Living Resource Center 7,1:2
Society for Human Ecology 3,2:2
Society for Phenomenology & Existential Philosophy (SPEP) 1,2:2
Society for Phenomenology & the Human Sciences (SPHS) 1,2:3
Society of Heritage Planning & Environmental Health 8,1:3
Sonic Architecture 8,1:2
Tonhaus 6,3:2-3
Timber Framers Guild of N. Am. 5,1:3
TRANET (Transnational Network for Appropriate/Alternate Technologies) 3,1:2
True Heart Artist Network 6,1:2
University of Creation Spirituality (UCS)
Vernacular Architecture Forum 3,1:2
World Forum for Acoustic Ecology 5,2:3
 
REFEREED JOURNALS
Anthropology and Humanism Quarterly 2,3:2
Architecture and Behavior 1,1:3
Childrens' Environments 5,3:3
Design Spirit 1,3:2
Ecumene, 5,2:3
Environment, Culture, and Religion 8,1:2
Environmental Ethics 1,1:4
Environments 1,3:1
Environments by Design 6,2:2
Ethics, Place and Environment 9,1:2
Humanistic Psychologist 1,3:4
Integrative Explorations 5,3:3
Isle, 4,3:2
Journal of Environmental Psychology 1,1:4
Local Environments 9,1:2
National Geographical Jrl. of India 3,1:2
Organization and Environment 8,1:2; 9,1:2
Phenomenology + Pedagogy 1,2:3.
Places 1,1:3
Qualitative Inquiry 8,1:3
Terra Nova 6,3:3
Trumpeter: A Journal of Ecosophy 3,2:2
 
BOOK SERIES
AltaMira Press 8,1:3
Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology 5,3:15
Environmental History 8,3:2
Society, Environment and Place, 8,1:2
 
OTHER PUBLICATIONS
ArchiNews 4,3:2
Building with Nature 8,2:2
Cairns of Hope 6,3:3
Campus Ecologist 7,3:2
Dreamtime Talkingmail 6,3:3
Earth Ethics 1,2:3
EarthLight 6,3:3
EcoSocialist Review 3,1:2
The Egg: An Eco-Justice Quarterly 3,2:2
Environmental Theory Arena 5,3:2
Journal of Wild Culture 2,2:2
Manna 4,2:2
Newsletter of the Study Project in Phenomenology of the Body (SPPB) 1,1:4
Northern Earth 7,2:2
Northern Lights 5,1:3
Parabola 1,2:3
Poetry Flash 7,3:2
Person-Environment Series 3,1:2
Science and Spirit 8,1:2
Seed Newsletter 4,2:2
Somatics Community Newsletter 4,1:1
Spectrum Review 2,1:2
Talking Leaves 5,2:3
Traditional Building 4,3:2
Transforming Art 7,2:2
Undercurrents 8,2:2
Way of the Mountain Newsletter 6,1:2
Wild Duck Review 7,3:2
 
OBITUARIES
Fathy, Hassan 1,2:15.
Spiegelberg, Herbert 2,2:7
TOPICS
aesthetics 5,3:9; 6,1:5-10; 6,2:4
animals 3,2:5-6; 3,2:7-8; 3,2:10
Archetypes in Architecture, 1,2:6-9; 1,3:9-11 (review); 2,2:8-9 (student exercises); 5,3:10-13; 9,3:13-15
architecture, archetypes of, 1,2:6-9; 1,3:9-11; 9,3:13-15; and place 4,1:2-3; 5,1:12-15; 5,3:8; 7,3:3-4; classical 5,3:6-7; phenomenology of 9,3:13-15; vernacular 5,1:6-7; 5,3:10-13
Alexander, Christopher 6,1:3-13; and environmental ethics 3,2:11-13; 2,1:3; 3,3:11-13; and furniture design 8,3: 5-12; and Turkish rugs, 2,2:2; 3,1:3; and wholeness 3,2:15; design as process 8,3:5; film on his work, 2,1:3; 3,3:11-13; A Foreshadowing of 21st Century Art, 3,1:3; 6,1:5-10
Alexandria, Egypt 7,1:11-15
at-homeness, 1,3:12-16
Bachelard, Gaston, 2,1:9-10
body, and house 5,3:13-15
Bortoft, Henri 3,2:14-15
Bragdon, Claude, 1,2:4
cellar, phenomenology of 8,1:13
church, architectural symbolism 4,1:6
cities (see urban design)
climate, phenomenology of 7,1:3-4
Dalmatia 4,3:11-13
deconstruction, critique of 3,3:5
dialectics, in design 5,3:7
door, phenomenology of 5,1:10-12
Durrell, Lawrence 7,1:11ff.
earthquakes, experience of, 1,2:10-14
Eliade, Mircea 4,1:10-12; 6,3:13
Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology Newsletter (EAP), statement of major aims & concerns, 1,1:1-2; directory 5,2:1 (1990-96)
environmental ethics 3,1:12-13; 4,1:13-14; 4,3:5; 7,1:8-9; & C. Alexander 3,2:11-13
Fathy, Hassan 9,1:4-6
floor, 1,2:7-8
flowforms, 1,2:2; 1,2:15
Foi people of New Guinea 3,3:4
Furniture design [special issue] 8,3:5-12
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 1,2:2; 1,2:15; 2,2:4; 3,2:4; his way of science 9,1:6-15 [special section]
Grange, Joseph 2,3:12
graphics, experiential 1,1:3
Harries, Karsten, 2,3:12 (list of articles by); 2,3:13-15
Heidegger, Martin, 2,3:4-5; 4,1:13, 4,3:6 and Nazism, 1,1:5; 2,3:4
heterotopia 3,1:14
high plains, sense of place 5,2:10-11
Hillier, Bill 4,2:10-15
home, 1,3:12-16; 4,3:6; 5,3:6; 6,2:7-9; 6,2:12-15; 8,3:13-15; 9,3:7-9; ambivalent nature of 6,2: 14-15; and body 5,3:13-15; and guest, 2,1:14-15; and telecomuting 9,3:9-12
hospitality, 2,1:15
illness, phenomenology of 8,2:7ff.
insideness & outsideness 7,3:10-11
insiders vs. outsiders 3,1:10-11
inventory, phenomenology of 14-15
Jung, C.G., letter by 5,2:4
ladders, symbolism of 4,1:8-9
landscape, American 5,1: 8-9; phenomenology of 1,3:5; 5,2:10-11; 6,3:5-7
landscape design, 2,1:7-8; 2,2:5-7; 4,3:8-10; 7,1:8-9; 7,2:10-12
language, and place 7,2:13-15
LeCorbusier 9,3:13-15
lifeworld, 2,2:14-15
light, nature of 3,2:4
Merleau-Ponty, M. 4,3:6
Mugerauer, R. 8,1:5
multiple sclerosis 8,2:7-12
movement, and settlement layout 4,2:10-15
mountains and mountain design, phenomenology of, 2,1:7-8
natural environment, phenomenology of 6,3:5-7; 7,1:3-4; 7,2:6-9; 9,2:8-11
natural symbols, 2,3:10; 2,3:13-15
objectivity and subjectivity, 2,1:7
pattern language (see Alexander, C.)
phenomenology, 1,1:1; 1,2:5; and architecture, 2,3:10-12
pilgrimage, Christian 6,3:11-13
place 5,3:6; 6,2:7-9; 7,3:5-6,8-15; and architecture 5,1:12-15; 5,3:8; 6,1:10-13; 8,1:5; 8,1, 9; and computers 9,3:9-12; and journey 5,1:12-15; and language 4,3:7; 7,2:13-15; and modernism 5,1: 15; and postmodernism 3,1:14; and traditional cultures 8,1:9; and war 4,3:11-13; favorite 5,1:4; losing 5,2:12-15; making of 3,3:14-15; 7,1:8-10; 6,1:12-13; 6,3:14-15; politics of 9,2:11-15; reading 4,1:2-3; 4,2:4-5; 4,2-6-7; values of 3,1:12-13
Place and Placelessness--special section 7,3:8-15
planners vs. planned for 3,1:10-11
privacy 7,3:6-7
quantum physics 3,2:4
Relph, Edward 1,3:6; 3,1:14; 3,1:15 (list of articles by); 7,3:8-15 (special section on Place and Placelessness)
Responsive Environments, 2,2:11-13
regionalism, phenomenology of 9,2:11-15
resource 3,2:3; 3,2:5
Ronchamp Chapel 9,3:13-15
rocking and rocking chairs, 2,1:11-13
sacred space 4,1:4-5,6,10-12; 6,3:11-13 7,2:5
salmon 3,2:5-6
seeing, phenomenology of 3,2:4; 3,2:6-8; 4,3:5-6; 6,3:5-7
sidewalks 7,1:7
soundscape, 3,1:7-8,9; 6,2:1; 6,2:3; 6,2:9-11; 7,3:4-5
space syntax 4,2:10-15
streets, phenomenology of 8,2:4
suburbs 7,1:4-7
sustainability 3,2:14-15; 4,2:8-9; 7,2:10-12; and design 8,1:7;
stairs, 1,2:1; 1,2:8-9
telecomuting 9,3:9-12
Thiis-Evensen, T. see Archetyes in Architecture
Unity Temple 9,3:13-15
urban vs. rural 4,2:6-7
urban design 6,2,5-6;6,3:5;7,1:4-7;4,2:10-15
urban planning 3,1:10-11
water 3,2:8-9; 7,2:5; 7,2:6-9; 7,2:10-12
Whitehead, A. N. 3,2:13
wholes phenomenology of 3,2:14-15; 6,1:5-10
windows 1,1:11; 1,3:1; 1,3:10-11; 5,3:10-13
World Soundscape Project, 3,1:9
Wright, Frank Lloyd, 2,3:13-15; 9,3:13-15


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