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The Whole30 Slow Cooker

From Powell’s website: Since 2009, millions of people have transformed their lives with the Whole30. Now, cocreator Melissa Hartwig is making it even easier to achieve Whole30 success with delicious slow cooker recipes that turn ingredients into delicious, hearty meals while you’re out and about. The Whole30 Slow Cooker (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) is packed with 150 recipes designed to get you out of the kitchen fast, so you can enjoy all the benefits of your Whole30-inspired lifestyle. Preorder a signed edition of The Whole30 Slow Cooker: 150 Totally Compliant Prep and Go Recipes for Your Whole30 — with Instant Pot Recipes

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Show & Tell! Corbin LaMont of The Changing Times

Hello! We are excited to have Corbin LaMont joining us for the fourth Show & Tell of Fall term. Corbin is an artist, designer and maker of mystic publications, site specific works and moments of introspection as part of a mobile practice that hopes to connect humanity. Below are links to some of Corbin’s projects. I love them all but highly recommend checking out “The Changing Times” a place based newspaper that Corbin creates about different locations all over our earth! http://corbinlamont.com/ https://www.officeofvirtue.com/newspaper/ https://www.officeofvirtue.com/ [from PSU Graphic Design’s website] [in Room AB 320]

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Radical Artists Reading Radical Artists

From IPRC’s website: Captive Genders: Trans Embodiment and the Prison Industrial Complex / Bassichis, Morgan and Alexander Lee and Dean Spade Come read and talk with us! 7 pm at the IPRC (MLK AND MAIN, PDX, CHINOOK LAND)   TEXT HERE Bassichis, Morgan and Alexander Lee and Dean Spade. (2011) ‘Building an Abolitionist Trans and Queer Movement with Everything We’ve Got’. In: Captive Genders: Trans Embodiment and the Prison Industrial Complex, Oakland: AK Press

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Bikes Not Rockets: Intersectional Feminist Bicycle Science Fiction

Join Microcosm Publishing for readings and a lively presentation by contributors to the forthcoming Bikes Not Rockets: Intersectional Feminist Bicycle Science Fiction Stories; Bikequity: Money, Class, & Bicycling; and True Trans Bike Rebel; as well as contributors to the previous four books in the Bikes in Space series. Located in the U.S. Bank Room of the Central Library. [from the Multnomah County Library site]

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PSU Comics Studies Presents: Antoine Maillard and Melek Zertal

From PSU Comics Studies’s website: The PSU Comics Studies Program, PSU French Department, the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States, and the French American Cultural Society present a talk with French comics artists Antoine Maillard and Melek Zertal on Tuesday, November 6th in the Millar Library, Room 170 from 1:00 to 3:00pm.

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All Over the Map: A Cartographic Odyssey

From Powell’s website: In All Over the Map (National Geographic), Greg Miller and Betsy Mason explore the intriguing stories behind maps from a variety of cultures, civilizations, and time periods. Their diverse compendium includes ancient maps of dragon-filled seas, elaborate graphics picturing unseen concepts and forces from inside Earth to outer space, devious maps created by spies, and maps from pop culture such as schematics to the Death Star and a map of Westeros from Game of Thrones. Preorder a signed edition of All Over the Map: A Cartographic Odyssey

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Poetry is the Flavor of Unity with Oregon Poet Laureate Kim Stafford

Listen to Oregon Poet Laureate Kim Stafford speak on how poetry is our native language, the imaginative explorations of children and lively people everywhere. Poems are short, so they need to sing, to intrigue, to offer secrets, and also the obvious, to say what can’t be said has not been said, must be said. In this program, we will savor some of the ways poetry can make life both buoyant and mysterious. The Oregon Poet Laureate program is a collaborative project of the state’s five cultural partners: Oregon Arts Commission, Oregon Humanities, Oregon Heritage Commission, Oregon Historical Society, and State Historic Preservation Office, with funding from the Oregon Cultural Trust. [From Multnomah County Library’s website]

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Stranger in the Pen

From Literary Arts’s website: panel discussion featuring Mohamed Asem, Dana Ghazi, Ramzy Farouki, and Dr. Priya Kapoor  July, 2016: Three days after the terror attack on Bastille Day, Mohamed Asem is detained overnight by British immigration officials without cause. In an elegantly digressive, self-interrogative style, Asem describes the boredom and uncertainty of confinement, and how this specific kind of helplessness leads, inevitably, to a self-reckoning. What series of events has led to this moment? As a teenager, he was stranded in Paris with his mother during the first Gulf War, while his father remained in Kuwait. He spent his twenties dutifully trying to follow the blueprint for manhood back home in the Middle East, only to cast it all aside after his mother’s early death. Stranger in…

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An Evening with Doris Kearns Goodwin

From Oregon Historical Society’s website: Join us for a captivating evening with award-winning historian Doris Kearns Goodwin on her forthcoming book, Leadership in Turbulent Times. Pulitzer Prize-winning author and presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin brings history alive with a master storyteller’s grasp of drama and depth as she examines the leadership triumphs, trials, and tribulations of the men and women who have shaped this nation. With a deft wit and an uncanny ability to weave stories that put you “right in the room” as history occurs, Goodwin offers extraordinary insight into the lives of America’s leaders. Goodwin is the author of six New York Times best-selling and critically acclaimed books. She worked with director Steven Spielberg on the film Lincoln, which is partly based on…

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A Presentation by Master Book Binder and Book Conservator Arini Esarey ‘05

From Reed College’s website: Arini Esarey received a BA in studio art from Reed College in Portland, OR and a Bookbinding Diploma from North Bennet St School in Boston, MA. She studied Islamic calligraphy in Las Arts Turs, Istanbul, Islamic bookbinding, calligraphy and papermaking at Scripps College, and Persian and illuminated manuscripts at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. She was the recipient of the Fath Scholarship at the Rare Books School at the University of Virginia in 2015. Esarey will bring many examples of her work and run a workshop in coptic binding following her talk. Talk: 9:00-10:00 a.m. (Art 201) Workshop: 10:00 a.m. – Noon (Print Studio) Sponsored by the art department Cooley Gray Fund. Free and open to the public. Studio…

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