Rachel Feldman

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, Franklin & Marshall College

Specializes in the Anthropology of Religion with a focus on Judaic Studies, Gender Studies, and the Middle East.

Dr. Rachel Feldman holds a PhD in Cultural Anthropology from the University of California, Davis. She is a Professor of Judaic Studies/Religious Studies at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, PA and specializes in the Anthropology of Religion, Gender Studies, and Israel/Palestine Studies. She wrote her doctoral dissertation on the Third Temple Movement in Jerusalem and her forthcoming academic book, The Children of Noah: Jewish Messianism in the Digital Age, examines the globalization and evolution of messianic Zionism in the 21st Century in the form of new trans-national spiritual and political communities.

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