ד"ר מרים פלדמן-קיי

Dr. Miriam Feldmann-Kaye

CV


Education

2009-2013

Ph.D. University of Haifa  
2005-2007 M.A. (first class)

University of London

 
2002-2005

B.A. (first class)

University of Cambridge, Gonville & Caius College

Faculty of Divinity
Post-Doctoral Studies
  Name of institution and department Grant
2013-2015 Hebrew University of Jerusalem – Dept. Comparative Religion Lady Davis Fellowship Trust;Mexican Friends of the Hebrew University
2016-2017 Hebrew University of Jerusalem Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace & Reconciliation (Associate)

Scholarships, Awards and Prizes

2008-2012 Doctoral Studies Grant,University of Haifa
2008-2012 Doctoral Studies Grant for Excellence,Israeli Ministry of Absorption for New Immigrants,Israeli Government
2005 Theological Studies Prize,Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge

Professional Experience and Public Positions

Visiting Assistant Professor, Jewish Theological Seminary – JTS

Co-founder and project manager, Faith and Belief Forum Middle East

Library Fellow, Van Leer Jerusalem Institute

Member, Beit Hillel Rabbinic Forum

Fellow, Elijah Institute for Interreligious Relations

Junior Advisor to British Government on Faith Communities in the UK (Faith Communities Unit).

Publications

 

List of Publications

Doctoral dissertation

Provisional Theology in a Postmodern Age: A Comparative Study of Harav Shagar (Shimon Gershon Rosenberg) and Prof. Tamar Ross.

Haifa University, May 2013, English, 290 pages.

Advisors: Prof. Menachem Kellner, Dr. Moshe Lavee, Prof. Hanoch ben Pazi

Readers: Prof. Menachem Fisch, Prof. Daniel Rynhold

Monograph – book published

‘Jewish Theology for a Postmodern Age’, Liverpool University Press in association with Littman Library of Jewish Civilisation, March 2019.

Chapters published in books

Playing the Language Game: The Meaning of Religious Language in the Theology of Tamar Ross, in Ruah Hadasha Mima’al La: Sefer Yovel Likhvod Professor Tamar Ross im Higiyah leGvurot (Heb) A New Spirit in the Palace of Torah - Jubilee Volume in Honor of Professor Tamar Ross on the Occasion of her Eightieth Birthday, eds Irshai, R., and Schwartz, D.,  Bar Ilan University Press, 2018, pp. 21*-53*, 2018.

‘Uses of Mystical Language in the Postmodern Theology of Shagar (Shimon Gershon Rosenberg), ed. Zukier, S., Yeshiva University Press, (forthcoming 2022)

Papers published

“Inter-religious Dialogue in a Postmodern Age” [Hebrew] De’ot 51, 2011.

  “Scriptural Reasoning with Israelis and Palestinians", in Journal for Scriptural Reasoning 11:1, 2012

 “Multiple Truths and the Towers of Babel: Deconstructionism in Jewish Philosophy”, Tradition Journal 52:4, 37-43, 2020.

“The Bush Burned with Fire and the Bush Was Not Consumed”.“Anatheism” from a Jewish Theological Perspective: A Dialogic Study of Richard Kearney’s Critique of the Burning Bush (exodus 3), Religion & Theology 28 ,2021,pp.125–152.

Feldmann Kaye, Miriam "Alterity, Alacrity, and Excess: Continental Philosophical Interpretations of the Figure of Abraham According to Franz Rosenzweig, Emmanuel Levinas, Jacques Derrida and Jean-Luc Marion" Religions 13, no. 5: 438, 2022

Papers Accepted for Publication

 “The Prophet Jonah as a Case Study for Emmanuel Levinas’ Concept of ‘Evasion’” in Scriptural Reasoning in the Context of Social Distancing” With Elena Dini and Doaa Baumi , Journal for Scriptural Reasoning, forthcoming 2022. 

Book Reviews

Book Review of: Andrew I. Shepardson, ‘Who’s Afraid of the Unmoved Mover?: Postmodernism and Natural Theology (Oregon: Pickwick publications) in Journal of American Academy of Religion “Reading Religion” , 2020.   

 

December 15-17, 2021

Conference in Honor of the Jewish Philosopher Franz Rosenzweig, International Franz Rosenzweig Society, Coimbra University, Portugal

'The Existentialist Figure of Abraham in Ephraim Meir’s Dialogical Interpretation of Franz Rosenzweig '

2021 American Academy of Religion,San Antonio, USA 

'A Jewish Theological Approach to ‘Anatheism’: A Reading of the Burning Bush as a Test Case’ '

2021 British Association of Jewish Studies  'Post-Holocaust Jewish Theology in Hélène Cixous and Jacques Derrida: Philosophical and Ethical Dimensions of Jewish Continental Writers'  

 

Courses

course (Hebrew) 03-064-01 Jewish Dialogical Philosophy: Questions of Identity and Interpretation Annual credits equal  2 annual course hours ZOOM
course (Hebrew) 03-070-01 Jewish Dialogical Philosophy: Questions of Identity and Interpretation Annual credits equal  2 annual course hours ZOOM
course (English) 03-107-35 Jewish Philosophy for a Postmodern Age Annual credits equal  2 annual course hours On-Line
course (Hebrew) 03-152-01 workshop: Jewish Dialogical Philosophy: Questions of Identity and Interpretation Annual credits equal  2 annual course hours  

 

Research

Modern Jewish Philosophy; Continental Philosophy; the Study of Religions; Postmodern Theology; Jewish Thought in the Modern and Postmodern Era