Stephen F. Eisenman, Professor of Art History at Northwestern University, is the author of nine books including The Abu Ghraib Effect (2007) and The Cry of Nature: Art and the Making of Animal Rights (2014). He has curated major exhibitions in the United States and Europe, including Design in the Age of Darwin (2007) and The Ecology of Impressionism (2010). His exhibition, William Blake and the Age of Aquarius will open in September 2017 at the Block Museum. His reviews, articles, and op-eds have recently appeared in Art in America, the Chicago Sun Times, Newcity, and Monthly Review. This year, Eisenman cofounded an environmental non-profit called Anthropocene Alliance.

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Because We Were Queers: Queer British Art 1861-1967