Visiting Researcher

Natasha Goldman, PhD, is Visiting Researcher at Boston University and President of WISSEN, Inc. Her academic area of expertise is Holocaust memorials and memory and contemporary art. She is a higher education consultant, published scholar, and federal grant winner. She lives and works in Brookline, MA. She earned her doctorate from the University of Rochester (Graduate Program in Visual and Cultural Studies, Department of Art and Art History) in 2002. Previously she was Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at El Paso, Visiting Assistant Professor at Colgate University, and Lecturer at Bowdoin College.

Her book, Memory Passages: Holocaust Memorials in the United States and Germany, was published by Temple University Press (2020). She is a 2018 and 2020 awardee, along with co-director Page Herrlinger, of an NEH Summer Seminar for School Teachers on the topic of “Teaching the Holocaust through Visual Culture.” The summer program has been held at Bowdoin College. Her forthcoming article on “Holocaust Memorials” will appear in the Encyclopedia of the Holocaust (Cambridge University Press).

Dr. Goldman is available for guest lectures, part-time teaching, and publications related to the Holocaust and visual culture.