I am currently a professor of German at the University of California at Berkeley.
Bryan Muller is a political historian specialising in French political history in the second half of the 20th century. He studies more precisely French militant violence through confrontations between Gaullist and Marxist organizations. More broadly, he studied Gaullism and its relationship to violence from his master’s degree. Winner of the Charles de Gaulle Foundation scholarship in 2016, he has been teaching since 2017 at the University of Lorraine.
…ion and the Phenomenology of Place: Lifeworld, Environmental Embodiment, and Immersion-in-World, Cognitive Processes. Vol. 16, no. 1 (supplement), pp. 389-92. DOI 10.1007/s10339-015-0678-9.
2015 Lived Emplacement and the Locality of Being: A Return to Humanistic Geography? in Approaches to Human Geography, 2nd edition, Stuart Aitken and Gill Valentine, editors (pp. 35-48). London: Sage.
2014 Place Attachment and Phenomenology: The Synergistic Dynamism of Place, in Place Attachment: Advances in Theory, Methods and Research, Lynne Manzo and Patrick Devine-Wright, editors (pp. 1…
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
I’m the Director of the Digital Humanities Research Centre based at the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Chester. I’m also ERC Senior Researcher at the ‘Past in its Place Project’ (2014-2016) and Lecturer in Digital Humanities (from 2017). I’m part of the team of the HERA ‘Deepdead Project’ (2016-2019), a collaborator in the ‘Spatial Humanities Project’ at Lancaster University, and the European Cost Action ‘Reassembling the Republic of Letters’. My interest lies in the application of technologies for Humanities and her primary area of research is the Spatial Humanities and the investigation of different aspects of space, place and time using a range of technologies including GIS and Corpus Linguistic approaches. See some of my publications here: Patricia Murrieta-Flores in Academia.
Currently I am writing about the practices of contemporary anarchist communes. Thereby I am particularly interested in the collective contestation of private property, the performative modes within which communard subjects evolve and the practice of the commune as an interstitial strategy of resistance and anti-capitalist form of life. In general my thinking and practices of writing feed from critical pedagogies, anarchist, feminist and Marxist political philosophies, practice theory, ethnography and critical science studies. In the center of my thought are subjects and their potentials.
Tenured Lecturer Faculty. Director of the Josep Termes Chair on History, Identities and Digital Humanities and Head of the Research Group on National Studies and Cultural Policy (GRENPoC) at the University of Barcelona. (UB).
Geographer, Specialist in Geolocation, Geomarketing, Social Media and Tourism. PhD student in Geography by the University of Valencia, Master in Regional Geographical Analysis by the University of Valencia and Master in Geographic Information Systems by the University of Girona. + 15 years of experience in Education and Consulting. Professor at the Department of Geography at the University of Valencia, Manager in Geoturismo SLU and cofounder of Marketingeo
I’m an American (soon to be Spanish) citizen who has been living in Spain for 15 years. I am currently a fourth-year doctoral candidate at the Universidad Complutense in Madrid, Spain, where I also completed a five-year licenciatura (BA and MA) in Spanish Philology. Reading Madrid (English) Reading Madrid (Spanish) Twitter: @readingmadrid
I am a historian of the late antique and medieval Middle East. My interests are particularly in exploring the dynamics of intercommunal interaction (Christian-Muslim-Jewish) in Abbasid Iraq, in using digital methods (digital humanities) for historical and textual research, and in applying argumentation analysis to historical texts.