Dr. Miriam Feldmann Kaye is a lecturer at the Hebrew University in the Department of Jewish Thought, and a Lady Davis Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Comparative Religion. She holds a BA and MA in Theology and Religious Studies from Cambridge University (Gonville & Caius College), a second MA in Intercultural Philosophy from London University, and a Doctorate in Jewish Thought from Haifa University. Her research interests are the development of the changing concept of truth in postmodern continental literature, and its effects on theological discourses in the Abrahamic religions. Miriam is Founding Director of the Three Faiths Forum Middle East (3FFME) which works in a variety of educational and scholarly contexts to improve coexistence between citizens of diverse cultural and religious backgrounds through interreligious text study ("Scriptural Reasoning"). Miriam is a member of the Bet Midrash of Ideas at Beit Hillel, a member of the Jerusalem Center for Ethics advisory committee (Mishkenot Sha’ananim), and a past adviser to the British Government on Faith Relations and Community Cohesion.
Dr. Miriam Feldmann Kaye
Fields of Practice:
The concept of truth in postmodern continental literature, and in theological discourses