The Slow Professor movement: reclaiming the intellectual life of the university

9781487521851The Slow Professor movement: reclaiming the intellectual life of the university – radio interview with Maggie Berg and Barbara K. Seeber on The Sunday Edition. More on the book here.

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Some related links –

How many hours a week should academics work? – Times Higher Education

The challenge of writing in the accelerated academy – The Sociological Imagination

The Daily Routines of Famous Creative People – Podio

Update: for a critique of the slow professor book, see Jana Bacevic, ‘Against academic labour: foraging in the wildlands of digital capitalism‘.

See also A roundup of posts on time management etc.

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4 Responses to The Slow Professor movement: reclaiming the intellectual life of the university

  1. Pingback: A roundup of posts on time management etc. | Progressive Geographies

  2. Jana B says:

    Hi Stuart – thought you might find this interesting – it links to a few critiques of the Slow Professor movement that we’ve been interrogating with @AcceleratedUni: https://janabacevic.net/2016/12/29/against-academic-labour-foraging-in-the-wildlands-of-digital-capitalism/

  3. Pingback: The Slow Professor – Marilena Parlati – Università di Padova

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