On April 22, Darcy Buerkle will be the speaker for the Samuel and Dorothy Frankel Memorial Lecture. Her talk, “Charlotte Salomon’s Intervention,” is on Charlotte Salomon, a German-Jewish artist who, between 1941-43, produced an extraordinary series of 769 paintings dealing with her tragic, conflicted family life and her obsessive love life.
Professor Darcy Buerkle teaches in the Department of History at Smith College. Her research focuses on modern European women and gender history with an emphasis on German Jewish visual, intellectual and cultural history.
Usdan 108 (Taylor Meeting Room) at 8pm