Ph.D. New York University (Cinema Studies)
M.F.A. Brandeis University (Theatre Arts/Film)
M.A. Brandeis University (Contemporary Jewish Studies)
B.A. Temple University (Semitic Languages/Radio-TV-Film)
B.H.L. Gratz College (Jewish History)
B.A. Central High School, Philadelphia
Columbia Univ./ YIVO, Max Weinreich Ctr. for Ea. European Jewish Studies
American Film Institute, Educator Fellow
Brandeis University, Schusterman Institute for Israel Studies, Fellow
University of Pennsylvania, Center for Adv. Judaic Studies, Adjunct Fellow
National Foundation for Jewish Culture, Fellow
Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture, Fellow
Dr. Goldman has been scholar-in-residence at synagogues and institutions across North America. He has spoken at gatherings of Amit Women, American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Historical Society, Anti-Defamation League, Hadassah, Jewish Federations of North America, National Council of Jewish Women, and the Rabbinical Assembly.
Eric Goldman has lectured at CAJE, New CAJE, Limmud NY, Limmud Festival- U.K., schools, JCC’s, synagogues, museums, and universities and community-wide commemorations in the United States, Canada, Mexico, United Kingdom, Sweden, Germany and Israel. He has also lectured at the Center for Jewish History, Jerusalem Cinematheque, Jewish Museum, Museum of the City of New York, Museum of Fine Arts-Houston, Museum of Jewish Heritage, National Museum of American Jewish History, 92nd Street Y, Tel Aviv Cinematheque, University of Judaism and YIVO Institute for Jewish Research. He has spoken at Jewish film festivals in Charlotte, Fort Lauderdale, Greenville SC, Houston, Jacksonville, Milwaukee, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Orange County CA, Philadelphia, Rockland County NY, Stockholm, Tampa, Tiberias, and Toronto.