Press & Media

Chrstine Hamm wrote a lovely article on my work in Bergens Tidende, December 5, 2013.

Hilde Kristin Strand interviewed me in På høyden, the University of Bergen’s newspaper, on 6 December 2013.

Silje Stavrum Norevik interviewed me for Bergens Tidende, on 6 December, 2013. But for most of us, this link just takes us to a paywall.

Andresas Høy Knudsen interviewed me in an article about the humanities, in Forskerforum 5 November 2012.

Maria Horvei in Klassekampen did an interview with me in October 2012. Click here for a pdf: Klassekampen : Den vanskelege røynda.

Syn og Segn prints an interview with me, by Astrid Grov (in Norwegian).  Syn og Segn, no.3, 2012, pp. 28-35. For a pdf click: Syn og Segn.

Dagbladet’s excerpt from my article on Breivik in Samtiden no. 3, 2012, published 25 August, 2012.

Link to The Guardian‘s editorial on Breivik, which draws on, and links to, the NYT op-ed (written with David L. Paletz) for its first paragraph.

Link to Rue89, which quotes me, and the NYT op-ed essay on Breivik written with David L. Paletz.

Pdf of Klassekampen’s story about the nature of humanistic research (in Norwegian): Om_humanistisk_forskning_Klassekampen_12_juli_2012.

Link to Arifa Akbar’s “Is feminism relevant to 21st century fiction?”, The Independent (UK), Friday 13th May, 2011, in which I am quoted.

Link to Elin Havelin Rekdal’s ‘mini-biography‘ of me (in Norwegian), published in Prosa, no. 1, 2011 (March 2011).

Link to the interview with Klassekampen (Oslo) 17 March 2011. The interview (in Norwegian) is about sex, gender, and the humanities.

Here’s a pdf file of my essay on The Master Builder, published in The Guardian(Review, Saturday 4 December, 2010).

The Wall Street Journal‘s “Speakeasy” Blog, on the Fourth Season of Mad Men. Here are the first and second instalments. (Links to later instalments can be found in the blog postings under “Latest” (all posted in the period from July to October 2010).

The National Humanities Center on the A. S. Byatt event in October, 2009. A. S. Byatt at the National Humanities Center.

“Deep fiction from across the pond.” The Raleigh News & Observer about A. S. Byatt, Oct. 13, 2009.

Interview with Toril Moi in The Minnesota Review (2006)

A. S. Byatt’s review of Henrik Ibsen and the Birth of Modernism in The Guardian (2006)

Michael Billington has read Henrik Ibsen and the Birth of Modernism (The Guardian, 2008).

Toril Moi on the relevance of The Second Sex (The Guardian, 2008). Here is the same essay as a pdf. file: The Relevance of The Second Sex