The novelist on going back in time, bringing back mourning clothes and how she would edit the past.
"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.
During her trip to Spain in April, 2017, Siri Hustvedt was interviewed by Jordi Nopca from the Catalonian newspaper ARA.
Siri Hustvedt was interviewed by Susanne Becker for German culture magazine Kulturzeit.
"According to bestselling author Siri Hustvedt, the election of Donald Trump marks a new split in the population of the US. Hear Hustvedt on her political awakening, the biases in contemporary society and writing in challenging times."
Angela Ledgerwood hosts Lit Up, "A podcast about books, writers and all things literary where no topic is off the table and no conversation is too weird, too personal or too controversial."
"Siri Hustvedt talks about the dialogue between the arts, sciences and the sexes."
A conversation with Kathleen Hildebrand for Süddeutsche Zeitung
Siri Hustvedt was the guest of the World Festival, September 17, 2016, at the Opera Bastille, for a meeting on the theme "What feminism for the XXI century?"
A series of video interviews with Siri covering topics such as Breathing New Life Into Freud.
Siri Hustvedt: Art is a Memory.
Key West Literary Seminar Audio Archives: Siri Hustvedt – A writer’s adventures in psychiatry and neuro-science
"On January 14th, 2007, Siri Hustvedt spoke on the topic of “A writer’s adventures in psychiatry and neuro-science.”"
Paul Auster and Siri Hustvedt spoke in a conversation guided by Mary Morris, September, 2007.
"The author of What I Loved questions how consumerism influences our perceptions.
Robert Birnbaum: I’ve not read reviews of What I Loved, how do reviewers deal with the one "sudden and incapacitating tragedy" that occurs in this novel?
Siri Hustvedt: Most people have been very moved by that section of the book.