Watch Siri Hustvedt in conversation with journalist Lauren Du Graf about Siri's latest novel, Memories of the Future.
A novelist looks back at her younger self in 1970s New York in this smart investigation of misogyny, authority and the nature of fiction.
Few contemporary writers are as satisfying and stimulating to read as Siri Hustvedt. Her sentences dance with the elation of a brilliant intellect romping through a playground of ideas, and her prose is just as lively when engaged in the development of characters and story.
PEN America Calls for Independent Investigation into Jamal Khashoggi’s Disappearance and Apparent Murder
Siri Hustvedt joins her colleagues at PEN America and the Authors Guild to call on the Secretary-General of the United Nations to authorize an investigation into the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
In the New York Review of Books, dozens of authors signed an open letter denouncing the Trump administration’s tent facility for detaining migrant children separated from their parents in Tornillo, Texas, and the thousands of other migrant children being held.
Victims of torture do not always carry outward signs of what they have endured and survived. The socio-psycho-biological effects of brutality are myriad and dependent on the particular events that occurred, the particular personal histories of the victims, and the particular cultures to which they belong.
The Dr. Guislain Museum and Janssen Research & Development today announced that the Center for Victims of Torture has been named the 2018 recipient of the Dr. Guislain "Breaking the Chains of Stigma" Award.
Stefanie Wirsching's write-up of Siri's appearance in Augsburger, Germany, for Augsburger Allgemeine.
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Anne Klein's Fall 2017 #WomenWhoDo advertising campaign is "a battle cry of women’s empowerment and the casting focused on women who push society forward: author Siri Hustvedt; Charli Howard, co-founder of All Woman Project; and Deana Haggag, CEO & President of United States Artists.
...as the writer Siri Hustvedt notes in her foreword, “Teju Cole really gets around.”
Subashini Navaratnam reviews A Woman Looking at Men Looking at Women: Essays on Art, Sex, and the Mind for independent magazine PopMatters.
"Siri Hustvedt works in circles or ellipses that overlap and intersect at certain points, and all these mental spaces spin recurrent thoughts around fundamental questions of humanism."
"Misogyny helped Trump be elected president" Siri Hustvedt tells Carolina Isasi in Madrid. In this interview for Infobae, Siri spoke about the prejudices that still remain against women, her work with psychoanalysis and neuroscience, and the fears of the new government in her country.
Her latest book, A Woman Looking at Men Looking at Women, brings together her uniquely nuanced, knowledgeable, and sophisticated approach to interdisciplinary readings of science, art, and the humanities.