For the most part, Goldin's more than 50 essays published during her lifetime are buried in old journals. Her papers -- including correspondence, lecture notes and a completed book on how to teach art history -- are in the Archives of American Art and must be read on microfiche. If you Google her name, you won't find much other than listings in artists bibliographies and an abstract of her 1978 essay "The Esthetic Ghetto: Some Thoughts About Public Art." It's worth it to dig this one up. In the essay, Goldin interrogates our confusion about public and private realms, deriding fuzzy thinking that is "a remnant of old-timey Humanism which believes in the artistic star system and not in art. But this is a little like believing in Newton and not the methods of science."