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Angela Feres received her B.A. in Religious Studies from San Diego State University, her M.A. in History with an emphasis in Medieval Studies from San Diego State University, and a dual Ph.D./M.A. degree in Early Modern Studies and the History of Christianity from Claremont Graduate University. She has taught at Grossmont Community College in the History Department and in the San Diego State University Department for the Study of Religion and in the San Diego State University Department of Asian Studies. She has presented academic papers on witches, mystics, the plight of the Jews in Medieval Europe, English Catholics, and women in the Middle Ages. Her dissertation focused on English Catholics, identity formation, and the Atlantic world. She is currently working on an article on environmental appropriation and the Catholics of Maryland. At San Diego State she teaches World Religions, Asian Thought & Culture, Exploring the Bible, and Christianity.