Creativity and Nonconscious Cognition: A Conversation with Mary Zournazi and N. Katherine Hayles (invited contribution)

Abstract

In this conversation, Mary Zournazi and N. Katherine Hayles explore some of the key elements around co-evolutionary functions of human and nonhuman modes of cognition. Drawing on the wealth of N. Katherine Hayles’ work on these issues over the last thirty years, Zournazi and Hayles consider new modes of understanding and learning which are part of the rapidly changing world of digital and cognitive media technologies in the classroom and beyond. They consider the role of creativity, the necessary cognisance of new modes of learning, bodily orientations and technological evolutions that structure our individual as well as social and political lives.

https://doi.org/10.14426/cristal.v10iSI.589
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