Stephen F. Eisenman

Stephen F. Eisenman is Professor Emeritus of Art History at Northwestern University and the author of Gauguin’s Skirt (Thames and Hudson, 1997), The Abu Ghraib Effect (Reaktion, 2007), The Cry of Nature: Art and the Making of Animal Rights (Reaktion, 2015) and many other books. He is also co-founder of the environmental justice non-profit,  Anthropocene Alliance. He and the artist Sue Coe and now preparing for publication part two of their series for Rotland Press, American Fascism Now.

The Streets of New Orleans

Citizen Into Émigré

Auguries of Late Capitalism

Dog Years

Kabul on My Mind

Is the Imminent End of Civilization a Winning Ticket for the GOP?

A 10-Point Platform (and Anti-Platform) on Climate Change

Teaching American Un-Exceptionalism: Draft Law for a Mandated Civics Curriculum

More Fables (Inspired by Aesop and William Bartram)

The Equity Trainees

Packing My Library

Five Fables (Inspired by Aesop and Antonio Gramsci)

My (Your) University is Still Racist and Equity Training Won’t Change That

The Green Man (a Parable)

The Top Ten Things I’ll Miss When the Pandemic is Over

Art and Money Today: Goya Meets Beeple

The Invisible Professor

A Modest Proposal for Establishing a Strategic Toddler Reserve

Job Listing

Haunting Melodies

World Upside Down

Ways of Escape: a Short Guide for Americans Seeking Political Asylum

Transition Heartache

Trump Scheduled to Meet Devil at Manhattan Crossroads 

Why the Florida Polls Were So Wrong (Hint: It Wasn’t the “Shy” Voters)

Waiting for Antifa

Want Gun Control? Arm the Left (It Worked Before)