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  • Andresen, Spencer; Borelli, Taryn; Borwege, Cody; Dalke, Madison; Estabrook, Samatha; Huerta, Esteban; Johnson, Jacob; McCaffrey, Patrick; Mccoy, Matt; Nichols, Avery; Schulte, Janna; Shrestha, Priyasha; Voigt, Emilee; Wagner, Caleb; Wendling, Mac (Kansas State University. College of Architecture, Planning & Design, Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional & Community Planning, )
    Delano has been waiting. Although plans for community investment have been considered since 1989, there remains much to be done. Douglas Avenue has been redeveloped and is widely considered a tremendous success, yet the ...
  • Seamon, David
    This article discusses two contrasting conceptual understandings of place. The approach of analytic relationality interprets places as sets of interconnected parts and their relationships. In contrast, synergistic relationality ...
  • Seamon, David
    In this forum report, I contend that Jane Jacobs’s Death and Life of Great American Cities can be interpreted as a phenomenology of the city and urban place (Jacobs, 1961/1993). I consider four aspects of the book as they ...
  • Kingery-Page, Katie; Glastetter, Abigail; DeOrsey, Danielle; Falcone, Jessica M. (Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture., )
    In landscape architecture practice, participatory design approaches emphasize community workshops and charrettes. But marginalized voices are often suppressed during group meetings, if those at the margins are invited at ...
  • Seamon, David
    Phenomenological psychologist Bernd Jager died in Montreal on March 30, 2015, at the age of 83. For many readers of Phenomenology & Practice, Jager was a greatly admired scholar who regularly attended and presented at the ...

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