Medical Humanities, Illness Narratives, Disability Studies, Cinema Studies, Comparative Literature, Critical Caribbean Studies, Phenomenology
early modern literature, Shakespeare, Milton, Donne, Montaigne, history of science, book history, phenomenology, affect theory
Digital Humanities, Informatics, New Media, Avant-garde, Phenomenology, Affect Theory, and Telepresence.
Early Medieval Literature (espec. Old English), paleography and manuscript studies, history of text technologies, digital editing, phenomenology of the book
My research interests include the theory and practice of teaching literature, and the phenomenology of reading–what happens in the encounter between readers and texts, and its effects.
…Society for Phenomenology and the Human Sciences (SPHS)
International Association for Environmental Philosophy (IAEP)
Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (SPEP)
Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA)…
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Publications: 2000-2018 only
2018 Architecture and Phenomenology, in D. Lu, ed. The Routledge Companion to Contemporary Architectural History. London: Routledge, in press.
2018 Merleau-Ponty, Lived Body, and Place: Toward a Phenomenology of Human Situatedness, in T. Hünefeldt and A. Schlitte, eds., Situatedness and Place. Cham, Switzerland: Springer, in press.
2018 Well-being and Phenomenology: Lifeworld, Na…
David Seamon (PhD, 1977, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts USA) is a Professor of Environment-Behavior and Place Studies in the Department of Architecture at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas, USA. Trained in behavioral geography and environment-behavior research, he is interested in a phenomenological approach to place, architecture, environmental experience, and environmental design as place making. His books include: A Geography of the Lifeworld (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1979/Routledge Revival series, 2015); The Human Experience of Space and Place (edited with Anne Buttimer, London: Croom Helm, 1980); Dwelling, Place and Environment: Toward a Phenomenology of Person and World (edited with Robert Mugerauer; New York: Columbia University Press, 1989); Dwelling, Seeing, and Designing: Toward a Phenomenological Ecology (Albany, New York: State University of New York Press, 1993); and Goethe’s Way of Science: A Phenomenology of Nature (edited with Arthur Zajonc, Albany, New York: State University of New York Press, 1998). Seamon’s A GEOGRAPHY OF THE LIFEWORLD was reprinted in Routledge’s “Revival” series in 2015. His book, LIFE TAKES PLACE, will be published by Routledge in 2018. He is editor of Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology, which celebrated its 25th year of publication in 2014. DOIs for many of my books, articles, and chapters are available at the ORCHID website at https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3709-7398 Dr. David Seamon, Architecture Department, Kansas State University, 211 Seaton Hall, Manhattan, KS. 66506-2901 USA. Tel 1-785-532-5953; email@example.com Most of his writings, including articles and book chapters, are available at: https://ksu.academia.edu/DavidSeamon
post-45 American literature, American literature, postmodernism, late postmodernism, David Foster Wallace, poetics, aesthetics, narrative theory, rhetorical narrative theory, narrative voice, composition, revision, history of literary theory, phenomenology, affect theory, poststructuralism, systems theory, maximalism
Dr. Anita Harris Satkunananthan is a senior lecturer at the National University of Malaysia. She possesses a PhD in Postcolonial Literature from the University of Queensland at St Lucia, Australia. Her research interests: Postcolonial Gothic, Phenomenology: Spatial and Temporal studies encompassing Hauntology, Geocriticism, and Memory Studies. Anita has been awarded grants from the Centre for Research and Instrumentation, UKM and the Malaysian Ministry of Education. She has recently been working on Anthropocene literary criticism and ecoGothic literature — both subfields deeply connected to her ongoing work on the postcolonial Gothic and the spatio-temporal configurations of phenomenology in literature.
Explores literature through the viewpoint that they are often sites we use as “trial balloons” to see if they redress, offer solutions to, personal difficulties, born out of early-childhood attachment troubles. Interested in interpersonal, the phenomenological… how our bodies feel the impact of our environment. How it SITS with us.
Independent Scholar in philosophy that goes by the online moniker Ferrum Intellectus. My research interests include:
Political PhilosophyMoral PhilosophyMetaphysicsOntologyPhilosophy of MindDisability TheoryEpistemologyPhenomenologyPhilosophy of ReligionExistentialism