The Novelist and Critic Siri Hustvedt Raises an Eyebrow at Science
Briony Cartmell interviewed Hustvedt for Nautilus, "a different kind of science magazine."
"What separates the sciences from the humanities? What unites them? And how can they each illuminate the nature of mind and self? These were some of the questions on Siri Hustvedt’s mind as she began her new book of essays, A Woman Looking At Men Looking At Women. Hustvedt herself has an omnivorous professional history that blends the two worlds in unconventional ways. She is an essayist, poet, and novelist... an English literature PhD by training, and lectures on psychiatry at the Weill Medical School of Cornell."