Jeffrey Feldman, a Cultural Anthropologist, is Assistant Professor and Faculty Fellow of Museum Studies at New York University. His specialties include collections and exhibitions, material culture, art and representation, race and racism, the history of anthropology, and identity politics. Dr. Feldman's publications include "The Jewish Routes and Roots of Anthropology" (Anthropological Quarterly, 2004), "One Tragedy in Reference to Another: September 11 and the Obligations of Museum Commemoration" (American Anthropologist, 2003), "Ghetto Association: Jewish Heritage, Heroin and Racism in Bologna" (Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, 2001). "Within the Glass Case and Beyond: The Social Construction of Jewish Museum Objects" (Vienna Yearbook for Jewish History, Culture and Museum Studies, 1995), “Contact Points: Museums and the Lost Body Problem,” in E. Edwards, C. Gosden and R. Philips (eds.) Making Sense: Colonialism, Perception and Material Culture (forthcoming).
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