Anthropology; Evaluation Studies; Jewish Pluralism and Identities
Ph.D., Hebrew University
B.A., Hebrew University
Curriculum Vitae (pdf)
My work in the world of evaluation focuses on a pragmatic approach to knowledge that will continually query knowledge for whom and for which purposes. I am writing on my nine years experience evaluating an international program driven by the idea that finding commonalities between religious people, as interfaith dialogue does, will not lead us to accept “the other” and make a space for his/her positions.
Wasserfall, Rahel, editor. Women and Water: Menstruation in Jewish Life and Law. Hanover: University Press of New England, 1999.
Wasserfall, Rahel. “Eating Together: the Hidden Story of the ISSRPl.” In Practical Matters, May 2012.