Zachary Angulo

Zachary Angulo is a first-year doctoral student and a Medieval Studies cluster fellow. His research focuses on Jewish-Christian relations in the High Middle Ages. He is primarily interested in institutional responses to Jewish theology and presence, particularly in England and France. Zachary's secondary interests include Otherness, marginalization, and state formation in Latin Christendom.

Zachary earned his B. A. in History at Arizona State University's Barrett Honors College (2014), where he also received certificates in Medieval Studies and Jewish Studies. His undergraduate thesis, “The Persecuting Society: Church, Crown, and Jewish Moneylending,” examined law and order as preconditions for the persecution of Jews in 13th-century England and France.