Siri Hustvedt

Interviews
Nov 2020

Pledge Times

“Biden’s election is not an end”

In an interview for India's "PledgeTimes" Siri talks about "Writers Against Trump", Trumpism, and whether Biden can make bold changes.

Interviews
Sep 2020

BBVA

BBVA podcast

A podcast interview with BBVA, Spanish multinational Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria.

Interviews
Jul 2020

Norddeutscher Rundfunk

"It's not a good time"

In an interview with Germany's Norddeutscher Rundfunk for their online series "Eat, READ, Sleep," Siri talks about literature, and the current situation in the USA.

Interviews
Jul 2019

The Guardian

Books That Made Me

Siri writes about the "Books that made me" in the Guardian newspaper. From the book she is currently reading to the book she'd most like to be remembered for...

Interviews
Jul 2019

One Grand Books

Siri Hustvedt’s 10 Favorite Books

Bookseller One Grand Books has asked celebrities to name the ten titles they’d take to a desert island.

Interviews
Jun 2019

Minnesota Public Radio

Minnesota Public Radio

Listen as Kerri Miller and Siri Hustvedt discuss Hustvedt's latest book Memories of the Future and how serendipitous listening is an art that is being lost, perhaps to our detriment.

Interviews
Apr 2019

Le Temps, Switzerland

Interview with Le Temps

Siri Hustvedt is the fourth woman to receive the Charles Veillon European Essay Award since 1975. Coinciding with her acceptance of the award in Lausanne, Siri was interviewed by Eléonore Sulser for the Swiss newspaper Le Temps.

Interviews
Mar 2019

The Observer

The Observer

Siri Hustvedt talks with Aaron Hicklin about her new book, Memories of the Future, in an interview for the UK's Sunday Observer .

Interviews
Jan 2019

Art and Mind

Art and Mind

Siri Hustvedt joins art historians, artists, museum curators, psychiatrists and neuroscientists who are interviewed for the film "Art and Mind" by director Amélie Ravalec.

Interviews
Jun 2018

La Nacion

"Scientists should read more humanities"

At least in part, #MeToo was a reaction to the virulent misogyny of the new president of the United States, Donald Trump, but then spread throughout the world. It is a step forward for feminism.