Also alive and well: feminist activism among Orthodox Jews and Muslims in contemporary Israel, Kuwait and the United States. So argues Jan Feldman in “Citizenship, Faith and Feminism: Jewish and Muslim Women Reclaim Their Rights.” Feldman acknowledges her personal stake in this argument; her last book, “Lubavitchers as Citizens,” was an “attempt to square (her) feminism and nonpartisan humanism … with (her) strong attachment to Lubavitch,” and more recently, she has explained how she became “the only professor on campus” — at the University of Vermont, where she teaches political science — “in a sheitel.”