When I read Seeta Sistla’s confrontation to the environmental costs of curiosity - a list that is as thought-provoking as it is long - I sent myself on an internal journey of challenged assumptions and weighted values. This was, I imagine, exactly the effect she was hoping for. The third episode in our Curiosity Studies series.
This is the third in a monthly series of interviews with the contributing authors to the forthcoming anthology Curiosity Studies: A New Ecology of Knowledge. Stay tuned for the whole series!
Photo by Chris Linder, used with permission. Theme and other music by Sean Balick.
Join us next time when Elizabeth Hardy makes the case for Census 2020.