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DENNIS DOXTATER - Peace Corps Peru Training, Cornell University, 1965

DENNIS DOXTATER - Peace Corps Peru Training, Cornell University, 1965

DENNIS DOXTATER - Peace Corps Peru Training, Cornell University, 1965


Associate Professor, Full-Time, Tenured

Adjunct: Renewable Natural Resources; Member: Comparative Cultural & Literary Studies


Design Studios, Arch 596a Theory of Design & Human Behavior, Arch 487/587 Space: A

Socio-Cultural View


D.Arch, University of Michigan, 1981

MA (Socio-Cultural Anthro.), University of Washington, 1971

Peace Corps Peru Training, Cornell University, 1965

Bachelor of Architecture, University of Washington, 1965


Associate Professor, College of Architecture, UA, 1984-Present

Assistant Professor, College of Architecture, UA, 1980-84


Works in progress: Sacred Geography in Scandinavia, Environmental Evaluation.

Committees: Environmental Design Research Association; Society for Applied Anthropology; Board Member, Old

Fort Lowell Neighborhood Association & Orchard River Townhouse Association.

A new perspective on Scandinavian Middle Ages Churches, $3,000, 1997; S.A.L.T. Evaluation/ Programming (with

Management Info. Sys.), (UA internal, approx. $4,500), 1995; UA Provost’s Subvention Grant, $600, 1994;

Evaluation of University of Arizona Student Union, $5,000, 1993; Dwelling in Scandinavia Symposium, Norwegian

state funding, $2,500, 1992; Norwegian Information Service, $500, 1992; U of A Travel Grant, Ankara, Turkey, $350,

1990; U of A Faculty Grant, Architecture as Medium in History of Southern Sweden, $3,000, 1990; NEA Design

Exploration/Research Fellowship (sabbatical), 1986-87; UA Foundation Grant, UA/Humanities Grant, 1985; NEA

Fellowship, 1983-84; UA/Humanities Grant, 1983; Rackham Graduate School Grant, University of Michigan, 1976-77;

Pre-Dissertation Travel Grant, UM, to Norway, 1975; Doctoral Program Grant, University of Michigan, 1974-75.


Architecture, Ritual Practice & Co-Determination in the Swedish Office Ethnoscapes

Series, David Canter & David Stea, eds. Aldershot (UK): Avebury, 1994; Summary of preceding book,

“Självbestämmandets Arkitektur” (“self-determined architecture”: Arkitektur 2:92 (Swed. Journal of Architecture),

1992; “Structuration of individual and community in Scandinavian time and space: three conditions of architectural

expression” Proceedings of the ACSA Annual Conference, 1995; “Beyond Pieces and Places: Situational views of

architectural form as a bridge between anecdotal programs and design prototypes” paper submitted to the Society

for Applied Anthropology 1995 Annual Meetings, 1994; “Ritual and Ceremonial”, “Axis Mundi”, and

“Norwegian-Americans”, three contributions to Encyclopedia of Vernacular Architecture, Paul Oliver (ed.) Oxford:

Basel Blackwell (in press), 1994; “Building as Political Process or ... Architecture as Human Information?” in

Architectural Education and the Built Future. N.Y.: National Institute for Architectural Education: 1992; “Reflections

of the Anasazi Cosmos” in Social Space: Human Spatial Behavior in Dwellings and Settlements; Gron, Engelstad,

and Lindblom (eds); Odense: Odense University Press, 1991; “Socio-Political Change and Symbolic Space in

Norwegian Farm Culture after the Reformation” in On Vernacular Architecture: Paradigms of Environmental

Response; Ethnoscapes Series, Vol. 4) Mete Turan (ed); London: Gower Press, 1990; “The Meaning of the

Workplace: Using Ideas of Ritual Expression as a Process in Design” in Symbolics and Artifacts: Views of the

Corporate Landscape, Pasquale Gagliardi (ed); Berlin & New York: Walter DeGruter & Co., 1990.


Washington, 1973

Jon Decker, AIA, Architects, Seattle, 1971-73; Lloyd Thorson, Landscape Architect, Seattle,

1969-70; William Teufel, Landscape Architect, Seattle, 1969; Joyce, Copeland, Vaughn Architects & Planners,

Seattle, 1968; Architect with Peace Corps, Peru, 1965-67.

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