I’m including this here mostly because I was absolutely blown away by this conversation, and I want more people to listen to it. It’s four hours, sorry.
And it isn’t really ‘systems thinking’ per se. But the effortlessness with which they – especially the guest, Shrayan Bhattacharya – shift between the ‘topics’ of economy, art, movies, taste, sexism, society, economy, change, joy, sexuality, politics, and so on – almost as if they weren’t actually ‘topics’ at all, but one interrelated weaving of lives – is beautiful and very appropriate. And it’s hella metamodern (to coin a phrase), it’s about fandom and trivia and media mix and the collective journey and the female gaze on the economy. It’s quite brilliant.
10 Jan 2022 Episode 259: The Loneliness of the Indian Woman Indian women are lonely in the bedroom, lonely in the kitchen, lonely in the workplace. Shrayana Bhattacharya joins Amit Varma in episode 259 of The Seen and the Unseen to discuss the interior and exterior lives of these unseen millions.Episode 259: The Loneliness of the Indian Woman | The Seen and the Unseen