Herbert L. Rosedale (Unknown - November 4, 2004) was one of America's foremost anti-cult activists. Director of the AFF (renamed ICSA), he worked closely with Michael Langone to assert their belief of "cults" as manipulative, self-serving organizations which harm their hapless recruits. Rosedale denied the existence of the anti-cult movement.
He gave speeches at the American Psychological Association, The New School in New York City, Columbia University School of Journalism, and the Association of Private Enterprise Education. Rosedale was counsel for the New York City Jewish Community Relations Council Task Force on Cults and Missionaries and the New York Interfaith Coalition of Concern About Cults.
- The Boston Movement: Critical Perspectives on the International Churches of Christ, November 1997, (with Carol Giambalvo)
- Contributor, Recovery from Cults (book)
- "Questions from the Balcony: A Critique of Dick Anthony", Professional Columns: Law, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2002, Cultic Studies Review
- "Reflecting on Cultural Diversity in Response to Cultic Activity", Vol. 1, No. 1, 2002, Cultic Studies Review
- "Ideology, Demonization, and Scholarship: The Need for Objectivity—A Response to Robbins'", Cultic Studies Review
- Executive in Residence, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, 1992
- Commencement Speaker, State University of New York Institute of Technology, 1995
- Guest Lecturer, cult issues, Universities in China, 2002
- Profile, Cultic Studies Review.
- Herbert L. Rosedale, Esq. Memorial, Obituary, Cult Info Books, 2004.
- Review of book The Boston Movement, by Faye L. Snider, MSW, BCD
- Cultic Studies Review.