"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.