Books

Emanuel Maiberg discusses an ongoing crisis in a simulated version of reality familiar to many planners—i.e., the homelessness problem in SimCity 4.
Jan 17, 2015   Motherboard
With vacations upon us many students have been asking me what they should read over the winter break. Blog Post
Jan 4, 2010   By Ann Forsyth
Norman Weinstein, architecture writer for The Christian Science Monitor, picks his top ten books on architecture that came out in 2009.
Dec 9, 2009   ArchNewsNow.com
Planetizen is pleased to release its eighth annual list of the ten best books in the planning field. With titles covering some of the most timely issues in planning, the list gives readers an overview of the best ideas and writing in the field. Exclusive
Nov 24, 2008  By Abhijeet Chavan
Lastmonth's blog outlined how to find books recommended by many planners-important,classic, or accessible. Blog Post
Jun 29, 2008   By Ann Forsyth
<p>Gina Olszowski's first book focuses on the personal stories of rural residents impacted by sprawl.</p>
May 30, 2008   The Beacon News
As the northern summer starts, one of the questions I am asked most frequently by current and prospective planning students is: what should I read? A number of resources are available to answer this question. This month I look at general planning readings for a North American audience but in Blog Post
May 28, 2008   By Ann Forsyth