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Slow Professor by Maggie Berg

Title Slow Professor
Author Maggie Berg
Publisher University of Toronto Press
Release 2016-01-01
Category College teachers
Total Pages 115
ISBN 1442645563
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In The Slow Professor, Maggie Berg and Barbara K. Seeber discuss how adopting the principles of the Slow movement in academic life can counter the erosion of humanistic education.

The Captured Economy by Brink Lindsey

Title The Captured Economy
Author Brink Lindsey
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release 2017-08-10
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 240
ISBN 019062776X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The relentless increase of inequality in twenty-first century America has confounded analysts from both ends of the political spectrum. While many can point to particular contributing causes, so far none of the policies that have been enacted-not just in the United States but in other advancedcountries-have been able to lessen the wealth and income gaps between the top decile and the rest. Critics on the left are more forceful critics of rising inequality, and they tend to blame capitalism and the private sector. Predictably, they see solutions in government action. Many on the right worry about the issue, too, but they come from a position that is more sanguine about corporations andmore suspicious of government. But as the libertarian Brink Lindsey and the liberal Steve Teles argue in The Captured Economy, perhaps all of us-left, right, and center-are looking in the wrong places for culprits and solutions. They hone in on the government-corporate sector nexus, apportioningblame not only to both forces but also to the distorted form of governance that this partnership has created. Through armies of lobbyists, corporations and the wealthy have become remarkably adept at shaping policy - even ostensibly progressive policies - so that the field is tilted in their favor.Corporations have become classic "rentiers," using their monopoly power of influence over highly complicated legislative and regulatory processes to shift resources in their direction. FCC policy, health care regulation, banking regulation, labor policy, defense spending, and much more: in all ofthese arenas, well-resourced corporate rentiers have combined to ensure that the government favors them over everyone else. The perverse result is a state that shifts more and more wealth to the already-rich - even if that was never the initial intent of Congress, the President, or the electorate itself. Transforming this misshapen alliance will be difficult, and Lindsey and Teles are realistic about the chances forreform. To that end, they close with a set of reasonable policy proposals that can help to reduce corporate rentiers' scope and power to extract excessive rents via government policy. A powerful, original, and genuinely counterintuitive interpretation of the forces driving the increase ininequality, The Captured Economy will be necessary reading for anyone concerned about the rising social and economic divisions in contemporary America.

The Slow Regard of Silent Things by Patrick Rothfuss

Title The Slow Regard of Silent Things
Author Patrick Rothfuss
Publisher Daw Books
Release 2014
Category Fiction
Total Pages 159
ISBN 9780756410438
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Living in the abandoned tunnel system beneath the University, the enigmatic Auri reflects on her bittersweet life while making unique observations about the broken world she would survive. By the best-selling author of The Name of the Wind. 100,000 first printing.

Everyday Slow Cooking by Kim Laidlaw

Title Everyday Slow Cooking
Author Kim Laidlaw
Publisher Weldon Owen
Release 2018-10-02
Category Cooking
Total Pages 184
ISBN 9781681883847
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Satisfying, easy, and great for family dinners, here are more than 200 modern slow-cooker recipes that focus on the fresh flavors, ethnic influences, and seasonal ingredients to inspire today’s cooks. Recipes yield the same fork-tender, heart-warming, and convenient dishes expected from a slow cooker, but are refreshed with an international pantry of seasonings, easy side dishes, and innovative garnishes. Everyday Slow Cooking focuses on contemporary slow cooker favorites without forgetting some of the best slow cooker classics. A broad range of modern recipes take their cues from global influences, seasonal ingredients, and the richly layered, fresh flavors of today, while the classics continue to offer comfort, satisfaction, and make-ahead ease. Beautiful, full-color photography, easy-to-follow recipes, and a comprehensive introduction offer all the inspiration and explanation needed to turn out delicious slow cooker meals. Features spotlight essential slow-cooker ingredient (beef short-ribs, chicken thighs) and offer 4 easy preparations. Chapters include: • Beef • Pork & Lamb • Poultry • Seafood • Vegetables, Grains & Legumes • Desserts • Stocks, Sides & Sauces Recipe highlights include: Adobo-Style Short Ribs with Mango Salsa; Ginger Beef Udon Noodle Bowl with Shiitake Mushrooms ; Lasagna with Beef Ragu, Kabocha Squash & Crème Fraiche; Bahn Mi Rice Bowl; Barbacoa-Style Pork Wrap with Cilantro-Lime Rice; Cider-Braised Pork Roast with Caramelized Onion-Apple Confit; Spicy Thai-Style Chicken Salad; Fennel, Orange & Olive Chicken; Mexican-Style Chicken Salsa Verde; Coconut Sea Bass Curry; Braised Salmon with Tamari, Lemon & Ginger; Meyer Lemon Barley Risotto with Chopped Greens; Cauliflower-Turmeric Soup with Toasted Almonds; Salted Caramel Creme Brulee; Warm Chocolate Budino Cake

On The Slow Train by Michael Williams

Title On The Slow Train
Author Michael Williams
Publisher Random House
Release 2010-04-01
Category Transportation
Total Pages 208
ISBN 1409050890
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This beautifully-packaged book will take the reader on the slow train to another era when travel meant more than hurrying from one place to the next, the journey meaning nothing but time lost in crowded carriages, condemned by broken timetables. On the Slow Train will reconnect with that long-missed need to lift our heads from the daily grind and reflect that there are still places in Britain where we can stop and stare. It will tap into many things: a love of railways, a love of history, a love of nostalgia. This book will be a paean to another age before milk churns, porters and cats on seats were replaced by security announcements and Burger King. These 12 spectacular journeys will help free us from what Baudelaire denounced as 'the horrible burden of time.' Updated for the paperback.

The Indian Slow Cooker by Anupy Singla

Title The Indian Slow Cooker
Author Anupy Singla
Publisher Agate Publishing
Release 2010-09-01
Category Cooking
Total Pages 144
ISBN 1572846704
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This unique guide to preparing Indian food using classic slow-cooker techniques features more than 50 recipes, beautifully illustrated with full-color photography throughout. These great recipes take advantage of the slow cooker's ability to keep food moist through its long cooking cycle, letting readers create dishes with far less oil and saturated fat than in traditional recipes. Anupy Singla shows the busy, harried family that cooking healthy is simple and that cooking Indian is just a matter of understanding a few key spices. Her "Indian Spices 101" chapter introduces readers to the mainstay spices of an Indian kitchen, as well as how to store, prepare, and combine them in different ways. Among her 50 recipes are all the classics — specialties like dal, palak paneer, and gobi aloo — and also dishes like butter chicken, keema, and much more. The result is a terrific introduction to making healthful, flavorful Indian food using the simplicity and convenience of the slow cooker.

Title Slow Cooker Favorites Soups Stews and Chilis
Author Adams Media
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release 2017-10-10
Category Cooking
Total Pages 176
ISBN 150720504X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A one-stop guide for using the most popular kitchen appliance—the slow cooker—to easily prepare hearty, comforting soups, stews, and chilis. With more than 150 recipes, slow-cooker fans have plenty of options for easy, worry-free ways to make flavorful bowls of their favorite food in their favorite appliance. It’s time to start up the slow cooker! Slow Cooker Favorites: Soups, Stews, and Chilis gives slow-cooker fans more than 150 recipes perfect for the fall and winter. With minimal prep work and easy clean up, the most challenging part will be selecting which delicious bowl to try next. Whether it’s crockpot chili for the tailgate, spicy chicken tortilla soup on a chilly day, or beef stew the whole family will love, there’s something for everyone in this comprehensive collection of crock-pot recipes.

Go Slow and Curvy by dehyun sohn

Title Go Slow and Curvy
Author dehyun sohn
Publisher Springer
Release 2015-11-21
Category Social Science
Total Pages 176
ISBN 3319148540
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book introduces readers to the concepts of sustainability and philosophy of slowness for the management of public entities such as cities or regions. While many urban communities face economic challenges that clearly show the limitations of growth and ever-increasing speed, this book explores an alternative, thought-provoking standpoint in five chapters. The first chapter explains the importance and essence of slowness, smallness and sustainability for public organizations, while the second addresses the concept of “slow life” in an emotional society. Chapter three examines the issue of “slow management” and presents arguments for the value of small businesses as the true foundation of the economy. Chapter four rounds out the coverage with a focus on agriculture. Finally, in chapter five, the authors discuss the overall benefits of a “slow and curvy” management style in order to provide happiness, economic and social sustainability.

Slow Democracy by Susan Clark

Title Slow Democracy
Author Susan Clark
Publisher Chelsea Green Publishing
Release 2012
Category Political Science
Total Pages 241
ISBN 1603584137
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Reconnecting with the sources of decisions that affect us, and with the processes of democracy itself, is at the heart of 21st-century sustainable communities. Slow Democracy chronicles the ways in which ordinary people have mobilized to find local solutions to local problems. It invites us to bring the advantages of "slow" to our community decision making. Just as slow food encourages chefs and eaters to become more intimately involved with the production of local food, slow democracy encourages us to govern ourselves locally with processes that are inclusive, deliberative, and citizen powered. Susan Clark and Woden Teachout outline the qualities of real, local decision making and show us the range of ways that communities are breathing new life into participatory democracy around the country. We meet residents who seize back control of their municipal water systems from global corporations, parents who find unique solutions to seemingly divisive school-redistricting issues, and a host of other citizens across the nation who have designed local decision-making systems to solve the problems unique to their area in ways that work best for their communities. Though rooted in the direct participation that defined our nation's early days, slow democracy is not a romantic vision for reigniting the ways of old. Rather, the strategies outlined here are uniquely suited to 21st-century technologies and culture.If our future holds an increased focus on local food, local energy, and local economy, then surely we will need to improve our skills at local governance as well.

Slow Medicine by Victoria Sweet

Title Slow Medicine
Author Victoria Sweet
Publisher Penguin
Release 2017
Category MEDICAL
Total Pages 289
ISBN 1594633592
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the quarter-century that Victoria Sweet has been a doctor, 'healthcare' has replaced medicine, 'providers' look at their laptops more than at their patients, and the ruthless pursuit of efficiency has vanquished the effectiveness of treatment. Victoria Sweet knows that there is an alternative way, because she has lived and practised it. In her new book, she reflects with compassion, wit, and profound insight on experiences drawn from her time in medical school, internship, and residencies, the path to the 'slow medicine' in which she has been pioneer and inspiration.

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