Dr. Ivy Helman, Ph.D.

Adjunct Lecturer, School of Humanities & Social Sciences

Dr. Ivy Helman, Ph.D. is feminist scholar at AAU where she teaches a variety of Jewish Studies. She developed the University's course entitled "Jewish Prague." In addition, she is a a regular contributor to feminismandreligion.com and is an Associate of the Center for Jewish-Christian- Muslim Relations at Merrimack College, where she taught from 2010-2014. She also taught at Boston College in its Perspectives Program from 2009-2012 and Carroll University in Wisconsin from 2006-2008. Dr. Helman attended Beloit College (B.A), Yale University (M.A.R.) and Claremont Graduate University (Ph.D. emphases: Women's Studies in Religion and Society, Culture and Ethics). While her primary focus is Judaism and Roman Catholicism, her research interests range from the relationship between anti-modernism and anti-feminism in religious traditions and the rise of various fundamentalisms to queer theology and eco-feminism.

specialization

Jewish Studies, Feminism, Anti-Modernism, Eco-feminism and Roman Catholicism

publications & other activities

  • regular contributor at www.feminismandreligion.com/