On August 20, 2017, Siri Hustvedt will be in conversation with author and psychiatrist Finn Skårderud as part of the Ibsen Hamsun Forum at Grimstad Cultural Center in Norway.
Join Siri Hustvedt for a conversation with local writer Jackie McGlone, and a discussion with Turkish novelist Elif Shafak.
Barcelona is this year's "City of Literature / Ciutat de la Literatura." Siri Hustvedt will attend this and a series of events in Spain during the month of April.
On April 13, 2017, Randy Cohen brings his popular podcast “Person Place Thing” back to Brooklyn Historical Society, this time with special guest, award-winning novelist and essayist Siri Hustvedt.
Festival Day is Saturday April 1, a full day of free events including book talks, panel discussions, author signings, workshops and children’s activities. Siri Hustvedt will join a panel discussion from 3.15 to 4.15 pm along with authors Dan Max and Daphne Merkin.
February 15, 2017, at 7:00 PM, The New York Academy of Sciences presents “The Deeper Self: An Expanded View of Consciousness”. Writer Siri Hustvedt, historian of psychology Sonu Shamdasani, and neuropsychologist Mark Solms will tackle everything from noetic experiences and the role of intuition to the phenomenon of peak experience and Jung's "collective unconscious."
Join Siri Hustvedt on Thursday, January 5th, at 7 p.m, for a short reading and a Q&A at Boston's Brookline Booksmith, 279 Harvard St, Brookline, MA 02446.
On December 15, 2016, at 7 pm, Strand Bookstore, the New York City book lovers treasure trove, will host Siri Hustvedt in conversation with Jason Tougaw, author of Strange Cases: The Medical Case History and the British Novel and editor, with Nancy K. Miller, of Extremities: Trauma, Testimony, and Community.
BookCourt, "Brooklyn's Best Bookstore," will host a conversation between Siri Hustvedt and philosopher Simon Critchley in conjunction with the launch of Hustvedt's new book.
Join us for a special evening reading by the prize-winning American author, Siri Husvtedt.
Curated by renowned Russian-American journalist and author Masha Gessen, the fifth annual Festival Albertine will bring together thinkers, authors, and artists from both sides of the Atlantic to ask not what a democracy is but what it could be.