Susan Eisenberg is a poet, visual artist, and oral historian who works within and across genres.

Her work re-imagines the everyday, playing with scale and juxtaposition to investigate issues of power and social policy.

News

ENR Viewpoint: Gender Equity Still is an Industry Renovation Project


Stanley’s Girl chosen as Must Read! poetry book by Mass Book Awards.


Mixed media installation On Equal
Terms: Tradeswomen Forward into Our Fifth Decade exhibits in Washington D.C. at AFL-CIO.

OET@AFL-CIO


The Poetry Foundation essay, “Keep Out” contextualizes Stanley’s Girl and We’ll Call You.


On Equal Terms interactive online exhibition launched: https://onequalter.ms

Events

Sunday, January 12, 2020, 3-5pm
Poetry at the Library Series
Susan Eisenberg & Denise Bergman
Concord Free Public Library
129 Main Street, Concord, MA 


Thurs, February 20, 7-8 pm
Poetry Reading with Martha Collins
Cervena Barva Series
Arts at the Armory, Basement B8
191 Highland Ave
Somerville, MA


May 28-31 (day TBD)
Performance
2020 Big Berks
Conference of Women Historians
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD

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