Living, Thinking, Looking will close with a special reading and Q&A session with the author at Woburn House Conference Centre, Tavistock Square (23 October, 7-9pm).
Ms Hustvedt will read from new, unpublished work, which will delve deeper into her fascination with the relationship between literature on the life sciences. Her most recent book of essays, Living, Thinking, Looking (2012), showcased her wide range of multidisciplinary interests, including gender identity, visual art, feminism, psychoanalysis, neuroscience, philosophy and literature.
Dr Johanna Hartmann of the University of Augsburg will chair the discussion, and there will be the opportunity to put questions to Ms Hustvedt.
Tickets cost just £10 per person and must be booked in advance.
This event is open to the public as part of the Bloomsbury Festival.