Meredith Goldsmith

Meredith R. Goldsmith is an adjunct professor in Los Angeles teaching courses in modern and contemporary art history, humanities, and visual and cultural studies. She holds a PhD in Visual Studies from University of California, Irvine. She researches and writes on intersections of work and professionalisms, art, and institutions.


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Anti-Labor Politics

Anna Kryczka, Meredith Goldsmith, and Catherine Liu believe Jenny Brown’s “Birth Strike” still has some work to do....

Anti-Labor Politics
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