Wesleyan portrait of Yaniv  Feller

Yaniv Feller

Jeremy Zwelling Assistant Professor of Jewish Studies

Religious Studies Center, 207
860-685-2298

Assistant Professor of Religion

Religious Studies Center,
860-685-2298

yfeller@wesleyan.edu

BA Hebrew University
MA Hebrew University
PHD University of Toronto

Yaniv Feller

Yaniv Feller specializes in modern Jewish thought, Jewish-Christian relations, and material culture. Yaniv’s book manuscript, Jewish Fantasies of Empire: The Life and Work of Leo Baeck, offers a new interpretation of one of the most prominent German-Jewish thinkers of the twentieth century by focusing on German and Jewish imperial fantasies of domination. In 2015-2017, Yaniv worked as an exhibition curator for the new permanent exhibition at the Jewish Museum Berlin. This experience taught him to consider space and material culture seriously. Since then, he has been researching the ways European Jewish museums represent Jews and Judaism.

Academic Affiliations

Office Hours

Spring 2020: Wed. 10-11am, Thur. 4:30-6pm or by appointment: https://calendly.com/yfeller 

 

Courses

Spring 2020
RELI 201 - 01
Hebrew Bible (Old Testament)

RELI 272 - 01
Ethics After the Holocaust