Bringing phenomenology to the people (but don’t call it that)

  The phenomenological approach is of particular relevance when dealing with the questions of significance for preservation. ... If a historical place is such a phenomenon, then the term ‘significant’…

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Facilitating community workshops and community-based participatory research

The community workshop is a core method of my research with the Horto d'El Rey, which is part of the overall methodology of community-based participatory research. This post will cover…

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Heritage Conservation through the Lenses of Environment­-Behavior Research and Conservation Social Science

One of the things I really love about the Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA) is the multidisciplinary nature of their conference. It's one of the few venues where it doesn't…

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