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Walking Architecture: From Disembodiment to Embodied Design Practice, by Lena Hopsch and Ulf Cronquist (winter/spring 2017)

The Labyrinth: Doorway to the Sacred, by Robert Barzan (winter/spring 2017)

"Landscape Enters the Home," by Sue Michael (winter/spring 2017)

Mourning Zaha Hadid, by Tarek Wagih (summer/fall 2016)

Moving a Boulder, by Paul Krafel (summer/fall 2016)

Moving and Ongoing Place Processes, by Stephen Wood (summer/fall 2016)

A Deepening Subjectivity: Eleventh Letter from Far South, by John Cameron (summer/fall 2016)

Several Thematic Aspects of EAP, by Dylan Trigg (winter/spring 2016)

Moving: Remaking a Lifeworld, by Stephen Wood (winter/spring 2016)

Wordless Walkabouts on a Chinese Campus, by Jenny Quillien (winter/spring 2016)

The Imprint of Place, by Victoria King (winter/spring 2016)

Reinventing the Screened Porch: Bioclimatic Design in the American Midwest, by Gary J. Coates (winter/spring 2016)

Locus of Meaning and Memory: Notes on the Nature of Doors and Passages in Care Settings, by R. M. Sovich (fall 2015)

"Meeting the Eye": Tenth Letter from Far South, by John Cameron (fall 2015)

The Phenomenology of Visualizing Atmosphere, by Malte Wagenfeld (spring 2015)

Place as Gathering: Building, Care, and Dwelling, by Giorgi Tavadze (spring 2015)

If Dwell is a Verb, "Chair" is "to Sit," by Jeff Ediger (winter 2015)

Building Home Together, by Christopher M. Aanstoos (winter 2015)

The 20 essays of the special 25th-anniversary issue of EAP (fall 2014)

Fire in the Water: Ninth Letter from Far South, by John Cameron (spring 2014)

Favorite Places: Spatial and Temporal Dimensions of Place Attachment, by Stephen Wood (spring 2014)

Wonder Valley: Place and Paradox, by Jacob Sowers (spring 2014)

The World Experienced through A Stroller, by Tomo Imamichi (spring 2014)

Rethinking Dwelling: Heidegger and the Question of Place, by Jeff Malpas (winter 2014)

Traveling, Inhabiting, and Experiencing: A Phenomenology for Public Transit, by Lena Hopsch, Marco Cesario, and Rachel McCann (winter 2014)

Lichens and the Cry of the Earth, by Stephen Wood (winter 2014)

Reflections on the Man Lying in the Highway, by Paul Krafel (winter 2014)

Perceptions of Landscapes of Movement: Phenomenology and the Archaeology of Roman Roads, by George Ananchev (fall 2013)

Critical Regionalism, Raum, and Tactility: Kenneth Frampton’s Contribution to Phenomenological Discourse in Architecture, by M. Reza Shirazi (fall 2013)

Henri Bortoft (19382012): Philosophy as Lived, by Ingrid Leman Stefanovic (spring 2013)

The Whole: Counterfeit and Authentic [selected passages], by Henri Bortoft (spring 2013)

Making Toronto's Yonge Street Great: Further Urban Design Experience, by Robert Fabian (spring 2013)

A Virtual Conversation, by J. Kevin Byrne with Annie Mok (spring 2013)

Porosity and Materiality in the Bathscape, by Matthew S. Bower (winter 2013)

Phenomenology, Poetics, and Architectural Custodianship, by Thomas Owen (winter 2013)

"A Remarkable Feeling..." [a commentary and gallery of recent photographs of Christopher Alexander's Eishin campus] by Howard Davis (winter 2013 & only available on line)

On Phenomenological Discourse in Architecture, by M. Reza Shirazi (fall 2012)

Eighth Letter from Far SouthAttention, Interiority, and Place, by John Cameron (fall 2012)

My Dad's Story: The House He Lived in for Sixty-Five Years, by Jane Barry (spring 2012)

The Place of Assistive Technologies in the Homes and Lives of Families with a Child with Complex Healthcare Needs, by Andrew J. Moore and Bernie Carter (spring 2012)

The Place of Home, by Janet Donohoe (spring 2012)

Seventh Letter from Far SouthThe Gifts of Place, by John Cameron (winter 2012)

Between Heaven and Earth: Christian Norberg-Schulz’s Contribution to the Phenomenology of Place and Architecture, by Akkelies van Nes (winter 2012)

Discovering Urban Design, by Robert Fabian (winter 2012)

Perceptual/Spatial Unfolding: Body, Rhythm, Depth, by Rachel McCann, Lena Hopsch, and Roy Malcolm Porter, Jr. (fall 2011)

The Northwestern Basin in the Palace of Minos, by Rachel McCann (fall 2011)

The Spanish Steps: Rhythm and the Body in Space, by Lena Hopsch (fall 2011)

The Stairs at Säynätsalo Town Hall: The Perception of Depth and the Experience of Space, by Roy Malcolm Porter, Jr. (fall 2011)

Sixth Letter from Far SouthEncounters in the Field, by John Cameron (spring 2011)

Real vs. Virtual Dissections: Brilliance and Transparency or Encumbrance and Disruption? by Norm Friesen (spring 2011)

Norberg-Schulz's Interpretation of Tadao Ando's Vitra Conference Center: A Critique, by M. Reza Shirazi (winter 2011)

Historic Preservation, Significance, and Phenomenology, by Jeremy C. Wells (winter 2011)

Claiming a Greek Island as a Precinct Sacred to the Twelve Gods, by Ron Walkey (fall 2010)

Fifth Letter from Far SouthA Question of Action: The Grasstree Story, by John Cameron (fall 2010)

Husserl's Coal-Fired Phenomenology: Energy and Environment in an Age of Whole-House Heating and Conditioning, by Dennis E. Skocz (spring 2010)

Non-Ordinary Architectural Phenomenologies: Non-Dualistic Experiences and Husserl's Reduction, by Julio Bermudez (spring 2010)

Landscape, Language, and Experience: Some Claims and Questions, by Bruce Janz (winter 2010)

Memory: Body: Place, by Philip B. Stafford (winter 2010)

Fourth Letter from Far South, by John Cameron (winter 2010)

Place and Human Being, by Jeff Malpas (fall 2009)

A Pragmatic Sense of Place, by Edward Relph (fall 2009)

The Need for Architecture, by Karsten Harries (fall 2009)

Thresholds and Inhabitation, by Bernd Jager (fall 2009)

Third Letter from Far South: Inhabiting Intercultural History, by John Cameron (spring 2009)

Thinking and Building in a More Originary Way, by Christopher Chamberlin (spring 2009)

The Fragile Phenomenology of Juhani Pallasmaa, by M. Reza Shirazi (spring 2009)

The Design Substrate: The Phenomenological Unity Enabling Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences, by David Wang & Amber Joplin (winter 2009)

Encountering São Paulo: Moving Outside in, by Simon Wright (winter 2009)

Christopher Alexander's Theory of Wholeness: EDRA Intensive, Veracruz, Mexico, 28 May 2008, by Robert Walsh  (fall 2008)

Second Letter from Far South, by John Cameron (fall 2008)

Luminous Encounters on the Island of Tinos, by Ron Walkey (spring 2008)

Reading an Historical Document Phenomenologically: The Backhouse Letter, by Matt Thompson (spring 2008)

Disclosing the Ontological Depth of Place: Heidegger's Topology by Jeff Malpas, by Edward Relph (winter 2008)

Disclosing the Depths of Heidegger's Topology: A Response to Relph, by Jeff Malpas (winter 2008)

Letter from Far South, by John Cameron (winter 2008)

A Map of Phenomenology for the Design Disciplines, by David Wang  & Sarah Wagner (fall 2007)

Creating the Interior Stadium: A Baseball Fan's Vicarious Experience through Radio, by L. Scott Deaner (spring 2007)

Empirical Findings from The Nature of Order, by Christopher Alexander (winter 2007)

Grasping the Ineffable: From Patterns to Sequences, by Jenny Quillien (winter 2007)

A Goethean Study of Totnes' Town Center, by Silke Schilling (fall 2006)

I Have Never Seen a Sound, by R. Murray Schafer (spring 2006)

Insidious Design: The Silent Salesman and the American Shopping Mall, by Kascha Semon  (spring 2006)

Building a Dream House Phenomenologically, by Christopher M. Aanstoos (winter 2006)

Memories in Site: Toward a Renewed Understanding of Starbucks, by Dylan Trigg (winter 2006)

"On the Hither Side of Depth": An Architectural Pedagogy of Engagement, by Rachel McCann (fall 2005)

A Phenomenology of Commuting by Bicycle, by Lin Wong (fall 2005)

Place as Both Local and Boundary-less: The Puget Sound Commercial Geoduck Industry as an Example, by Marion Dumon (spring 2005)

Intimate Immensity in the Preschool Playroom: A Topo-analysis of Children's Play, by Rodney Teague (winter 2005)

Coming to Place, by Bruce Janz (fall 2004)

Place and Topography: Responding to Carmeron and Stefanovic, by J. E. Malpas (fall 2004)

The Stones, by R. Murray Schafer (spring 2004)

Speaking of Place: In Dialogue with Malpas, by Ingrid Leman Stefanovic (spring 2004)

Some Implications of Malpas' Place and Experience for Place Ethics and Education, by John I. Cameron (winter 2004)

Direct Action and Fields of Care, by J. Douglas Porteous (fall 2003)

Inside and Outside in Wright's Fallingwater and Aalto's Villa Mairea, by Enku Mulugeta Assefa (spring 2003)

Recovering the Sacredness of the Grizzly Bear, by Leon Chartrand (winter 2003)

Trials of a Nascent Phenomenologist, by Micah L. Issitt (fall 2002)

The Spirit of Place in Les monts de Sarcelles, by Eric Malhere (fall 2002)

Fitting Wind Power to Landscape: A Place-Based Wind Turbine, by Gordon G. Brittan, Jr. (spring 2002)

Why Bicyclists Hate Stop Signs, by Joel Fajans & Melanie Currie (spring 2002)

Phenomenology as a Research Method: The Example of Becoming at Home in a Cohousing Community, by Madeleine Rothe (fall 2001)

Cairns: "Teaching a Stone to Speak," by Benjamin R. Helphand (winter 1999)

Making Community and Place: Commonalities and Contrasts in the Work of Daniel Kemmis and Christopher Alexander, by David Seamon (fall 1999)

Some Notes on the Experience of Being a Teleworker, by Thomas Erickson (fall 1998)

Illness and the Way of the Body, by S. Kay Toombs (spring 1997)

At the End, by Gwendolyn Scott (spring 1997)

Seeing Familiar Things in New Ways, by Margaret Boschetti (fall 1996)

A World of Many Places, by Louise Million (fall 1996)

Place and Placelessness: Fabulous Frustrations, by Douglas D. Paterson (fall 1996)

Reflections on Place and Placelessness, by Edward C. Relph (fall 1996)

A Singular Impact: Edward Relph's Place and Placelessness, by David Seamon (fall 1996)

The Placeless, Neighborless Realm: Language, Homescape, and Reinhabitation, by Tom Jay (spring 1996)

Design for Nondualistic Experiences, by Eric Angell (winter 1996)

Making Places: The Phenomenological Importance of 
■ the Invent{ing}ory ■, by Douglas D. Paterson (fall 1995)

Reaching Home: Reflections on Environmental Autobiography, by Louise Chawla (spring 1995)

Argentinian Soundscapes, November 1994, by R. Murray Schafer (spring 1995)

Buildings, Householders, and Reconfiguring Life, by Alfred Bay (winter 1995)

"It Was Home": Reflections on Losing Place, by Louise Million (spring 1994)

Is Place a Journey? by Murray Silverstein (winter 1994)

An Architecture of Peril: Design for a Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, Carlsbad, New Mexico, by Michael Brill (fall 1993)

Dalmatia, Urban Identity, and the War, 1991-1993: Seeking Meaning in Urban Places, by Francis Violich (fall 1993)

The Life of the Place: A Phenomenological Commentary on Bill Hillier's Theory of Space Syntax, by David Seamon (spring 1993)

Life on Earth: San Francisco, Oostburg, and the Figure-Ground Reversal, by Herb Childress (spring 1993)

A Deceptive Neighborhood: The Soundscape of Toronto's Lower Forest Hill, by R. Murray Schafer (winter 1992)

Comments on Four Papers, ACSA Annual Meeting, 1991, by Karsten Harries (fall 1991)

Karsten Harries' Natural Symbols and Frank Lloyd Wright's Natural Houses, by Yuan Lin (fall 1991)

Notes on Bachelard's Inhabited Geometry, by David E. Denton (spring 1991)