Goldenberg's research concentrates on fifteenth and sixteenth century book history in England, the Low Countries, and France. She is particularly interested in hybrid codices (books which contain both manuscript and print) and female readers. Her current project investigates women's religious communites in Norwich, England and how they were influenced by trans-North Sea trade.
M.A., Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Columbia University, 2017
B.A., History and Classics (Latin), Cornell University, 2015
Early Modern/Late Medieval History of Europe; History of the Book; Women and Gender; Material History; Religious History (Protestant Reformation); North Sea History; Latin Paleography; Incunabula & Early Printed Books; Manuscripts; Digital Humanities