Whale Of A Time Episode 6: Brent Forsberg
- Jul 26 2021
- Length: 1 hr and 44 mins
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Brent Forsberg, president of Forsberg Real Estate does a deep dive with Steve and Tom talking about urban development, how to make successful cities, and the future of Lansing. This is a fascinating conversation you won't want to miss!
For further about brent (including his extensive reading list, visit https://www.brentforsberg.com/about-me
Brent recommends the following resources if you are interested in today's topic:
Bareilles, S. (2013). The blessed unrest. New York, NY: Epic.
Geddes, P. (2004). Civics: As applied sociology . USA: Public Domain. Retrieved May 7, 2021, from https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/13205
Glaeser, E. L. (2012). Triumph of the city: How our greatest invention makes us richer, smarter, greener, healthier, and happier. New York, NY, NY: Penguin Books.
Isenberg, N. (2017). White trash. London: Atlantic Books.
Schaefer Caniglia, B., Frank, B., Knott, J., Jr., Sagendorf, K. S., & Wilkerson, E. A. (2021). REGENERATIVE URBAN DEVELOPMENT, CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE COMMON GOOD. New Yord, NY: ROUTLEDGE.
Twitty, M. (2018). The cooking gene: A journey through African American culinary history in the Old South. New York, NY: Amistad, an imprint of HarperCollins.
West, G. B. (2017). Scale. New York, NY: Phoenix (An Imprint Of Th.
Wilkins, D., & Lomawaima, T. (2002). Uneven Ground: American Indian Sovereignty and Federal Law. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.
Williams, J. (1966). This is my country too. New York, NY: Published by The New American Library.
Wohlleben, P. (2018). HIDDEN LIFE OF TREES: What they feel, how they communicate? discoveries from a secret world. Vancouver, BC: GREYSTONE Books.
Brent's google drive of resources https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/13hoQN4E_a19UBDDM7qvPtzaseXPUmdeF?usp=
US institutional Power and control Ebb and Flow of laws in the US
MSU Urban Renewal West Lansing Neighborhoods
My Presentation to Rotary last year looks at Lansing redline history