Berleant, A. (1992) The Aesthetics of Environment, Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.
(An elaboration of the engagement approach discussed in §5 of this entry.)
Berleant, A. (2002) Environment and the Arts: Perspectives on Environmental Aesthetics, London: Ashgate Publishers.
(A collection of thirteen articles by some of the main philosophical contributors to the field.)
Berleant, A. and Carlson, A. (1998) Environmental Aesthetics, special issue of Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 56 (2).
(Contains ten original articles discussing both natural and human environments.)
Bourassa, S.C. (1991) The Aesthetics of Landscape, London: Belhaven.
(An overview of and contribution to the empirical research discussed in §3 of this entry, together with a very good general bibliography.)
Carlson, A. (2000) Aesthetics and the Environment: The Appreciation of Nature, Art and Architecture, London: Routledge.
(A set of studies in the cognitive approach discussed in §6 of this entry.)
Carlson, A. (2001) ‘Environmental Aesthetics’, in B.
Gaut and D.
Lopes (eds), Routledge Companion to Aesthetics, London: Routledge, 423–36.
(Presents an overview of the field together with a selected bibliography.)
Kemal, S. and Gaskell, I. (1993) Landscape, Natural Beauty and the Arts, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
(A collection of twelve original articles by individuals primarily from humanities disciplines.)
Light, A. and Smith, J.M. (2001) The Aesthetics of Everyday Life, New York: Seven Bridges Press.
(A collection of twelve article presenting environmental aesthetics as the aesthetics of everyday life.)
Nasar, J.L. (1988) Environmental Aesthetics: Theory, Research, and Applications, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
(A collection of thirty-two articles of differing lengths and technical detail, mainly by individuals involved in the empirical research discussed in §3 of this entry, together with an excellent bibliography of empirical work.)
Sepanmaa, Y. (1997) Real World Design: The Foundations and Practice of Environmental Aesthetics, Helsinki: University of Helsinki.
(A collection of twenty-two short pieces presented at the Thirteenth International Congress of Aesthetics in 1995 by individuals representing a number of different countries, approaches, and philosophical traditions.)