Last year, Goldsmith served as Visiting Faculty in the Humanities Writ Large program at Duke where she delved into digital humanities research. She will be returning for a two-day conference on the state of pedagogy and scholarship in the humanities. The conference includes other Visiting Faculty Fellows from Duke’s Humanities Writ Large program since 2011.
Goldsmith will be part of the Digital Humanities panel, questioning ‘What does the Digital bring to the Humanities? And what do the Humanities bring to the Digital?’.
You can view more of Goldsmith’s digital mapping project on Edith Wharton’s The Age of Innocence developed at Duke at http://meredithgoldsmith.com/