Siri Hustvedt argues that human narrative ability is rooted in the prelinguistic, sensorimotor, emotionally charged dialogical experiences of timing in infancy and the learned patterns of those early exchanges. Prenatal life may be important to what will become narrative, but fetal experience must be understood in relation to the rhythmic motions and sounds of the maternal body. April 27, 2018 at 7:30 pm, open to practitioners and the general public.
Worldwide renowned author Siri Hustvedt will be present for a doctoral workshop on Life Writing. Discussing Life Writing from the particular standpoint of authorship, this workshop is designed to offer unique insights in the writing practice of this outstanding female writer.
Lecturer in Psychiatry beginning in 2016.
Summer Writers Institute in Saratoga Springs.
Volunteer writing instructor for inpatients.
Four “master classes” in writing.
“Critical Perspectives,” art theory for graduate students in painting.
Visiting Fiction Writer.
Graduate Assistant in English.