Lila Rice Goldenberg


Ph.D. Candidate

Sarah Mitchell Fellow for the Study of European History

My dissertation discusses liturgical and religious hybrid books, codices which contain both manuscript and printed elements. 


Committee Members: Prof. Margo Todd, Prof. Ann MoyerProf. Roger Chartier, and Prof. Ada Kuskowski

When people refer to me, they use "she/her" pronouns.



  • M.A., History, University of Pennsylvania, 2020
  • M.A., Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Columbia University, 2017
  • B.A., History and Classics (Latin), Cornell University, 2015
Research Interests

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

Courses Taught

Courses in which I was a TA:

  • HIST 131-401/ECON 028-401 Financial Meltdowns: Past and Present (Fall, 2019)
  • HIST 031: Ascent of Europe (Spring, 2020)
  • HIST 163: Modern American Culture (Fall, 2020)
  • HIST 145: Discover the Middle Ages (Spring, 2021)
  • PSCI 180: Ancient Political Thought (Fall 2021)
Selected Publications