Dr. Miri Rozmarin is an Associate Professor in the Gender Studies Program at Bar-Ilan University. She is also a senior research fellow, and the head of the Contemporary Feminist Political Subjectivity research lab at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute. Rozmarin has a PhD in Philosophy from Tel-Aviv University. Her areas of specialization are feminist philosophy, social philosophy, and ethics. Her research interests include different aspects of social transformation such as temporality, affects, and agency as elements of political lives. She has also published several papers which theorize maternal subjectivity as a psycho-social position.
In 2017 she published her second book, titled Vulnerable Futures, Transformative Pasts. On Vulnerability, Temporality and Ethics (Peter Lang 2017), in which she provides an account of transformative temporality which mobilizes vulnerability as an affective resource for social transformation. Her current research further explores vulnerability as an aspect of political subjectivity and agency.