The Death and Life of the Single-Family House #419
April 28, 2017
This week on Science for the People we take a closer look at North America's housing culture: how it got the way it is today, and how it's changing. We speak with Nathanael Lauster, an Associate Professor in the Sociology Department at the University of British Columbia, about his book "The Death and Life of the Single-Family House: Lessons from Vancouver on Building a Livable City".
- Nathanael Lauster
Nathanael Lauster is an Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of British Columbia and the author of "The Death and Life of the Single-Family House: Lessons from Vancouver on Building a Livable City". He is an internationally recognized expert in housing and demography. His research focuses largely on the various ways people are enabled or constrained from making themselves at home in the city. He blogs at Home: Free Sociology.
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