Emma Goulet

Emma Goulet

Emma Goulet Hidden Victorian Mother photo

Emma Goulet

Emma Goulet is a student earning her Physics, Psychology, and Astronomy bachelor's degrees from Saint Anselm College in 2023. She was an intern with the Center for History of Physics and the Niels Bohr Library & Archives in the summer of 2022, researching the underrepresented voices of Katherine Clerk Maxwell and Émilie du Châtelet. Emma loves spending time with her pets (or friends) doing anything outside and is a passionate foodie in her free time.

Caption: A mother ‘photoshopped’ out of a nineteenth century photograph. Photo inspiration from the hilarious Atlantic article “Victorian Mothers Hid Themselves in Their Babies’ Photos” by Alicia Yin Cheng and Erin Barnett. Image credit: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Gift of Lee Marks and John C. DePrez, Jr. (2019.1840).

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Caption: A mother ‘photoshopped’ out of a nineteenth century photograph. Photo inspiration from the hilarious Atlantic article “Victorian Mothers Hid Themselves in Their Babies’ Photos” by Alicia Yin Cheng and Erin Barnett. Image credit: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Gift of Lee Marks and John C. DePrez, Jr. (2019.1840).