Charles Dellheim is an award-winning scholar and Professor of History at Boston University, where he co-founded and directed the Kilachand Honors College. His books include THE FACE OF THE PAST: THE PRESERVATION OF THE MEDIEVAL INHERITANCE IN VICTORIAN ENGLAND and THE DISENCHANTED ISLE: MRS. THATCHER'S CAPITALIST REVOLUTION. His newest book BELONGING AND BETRAYAL: HOW JEWS MADE THE ART WORLD MODERN, an epic story that charts the fortunes and misfortunes of a small number of Jewish art dealers and collectors from the late-19th century to the present and spans both Europe and the United States, was a Kirkus Best of 2021 Non-Fiction Books, a TLS Book of the Year, and one of Artnet’s top twenty Best Books About Art and the Art World. Currently, he is researching a book on Freud.
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