EP 167 WF Carol Gigliotti – The Creative Lives Of Animals

In this episode, Risa and Carol Gigliotti talk about animal creativity and animal cultures, listening to trees, feminism, and the source of all Earth inspiration.

“Carol Gigliotti is an author, artist, animal activist, and scholar whose work focuses on the reality of animals’ lives as important contributors to the biodiversity of this planet. She is Professor Emerita of Design and Dynamic Media and Critical and Cultural Studies at the Emily Carr University of Design, Vancouver, BC. CANADA. Her new book, The Creative Lives of Animals, can be pre-ordered now. It will be published from NYU PRESS Nov. 22, 2022.

The Creative Lives of Animals offers readers intimate glimpses of creativity in the lives of animals, from elephants to alligators to ants. Drawing on a growing body of scientific research, Carol Gigliotti unpacks examples of creativity demonstrated by animals through the lens of the creative process, an important component of creative behavior, and offers new thinking on animal intelligence, emotion, and self-awareness.”

Episode Notes

https://carolgigliotti.com/

https://www.doctorbugs.com/writing/the-books/adventures-among-ants/

http://pages.nbb.cornell.edu/seeley.shtml

https://www.cornell.edu/video/thomas-d-seeley-lives-of-bees

https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/8705048-honeybee-democracy

https://caroljadams.com/spom-the-book

https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/491750

https://www.brigidbrophy.com/

https://www.theguardian.com/education/2008/mar/26/australia.world

https://risweb.st-andrews.ac.uk/portal/en/persons/kevin-neville-laland(4ae352f3-32ca-418e-9d07-9b8ee17e6183).html