About

Elisa Shoenberger is an academic out of academia. She is a freelance writer, historian, oral historian, musician, performer, and general troublemaker. Not Without My Bowler Hat is her travel, art, and food blog. She discusses her adventures while traveling through the world and occasionally interviews artists who work in the public sphere.

She has a BA in Latin American History from the University of Chicago, a MA in Latin American, Caribbean and Iberian Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and an MBA from Loyola University Chicago. She is an oral historian, writing a book on women in the arts in Chicago. She is the co-editor and co-founder of the Antelope Magazine. She is a reader for the Arsenic Lobster Poetry Journal.

Her other website is It will Keep the Heart Alive that is dedicated to her oral history project about female artists in Chicago. She also talks about women in the art in the general. You can check it out here: https://itwillkeepyourheartalive.squarespace.com/

She is a guest blogger for the Mini Maker Faire Northside Chicago and for several other blogs.

She wants to go everywhere, do everything, see everything but live in Chicago forever.

Check her out on Twitter: @vogontroubadour

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4 thoughts on “About

  1. Hey Elisa,

    I hope you don’t mind my random message, but I love reading your blog posts about your time in Argentina. I’m currently writing a book about the legacy of Eva Perón, and I’m collecting people’s stories as to how she inspires and interests them. It would be lovely to chat with you about Eva’s presence in BA (and even more lovely if you’d like to contribute a story to the book).

    If you’re interested, please get in touch either by e-mail (theevitaproject@hotmail.co.uk) or Facebook (www.facebook.com/TheEvitaProject).

    Thanks a lot. I hope to hear from you 🙂

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