Dr Ann Conway-Jones

My research interest is early Jewish–Christian relations. I am particularly interested in exploring the interplay between Jewish and Christian exegesis, and in tracing the beginnings of mysticism. I studied for my PhD through Manchester University. My thesis has been published by OUP as Gregory of Nyssa’s Tabernacle Imagery in Its Jewish and Christian Contexts. I am an Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of Theology and Religion at the University of Birmingham.I teach biblical studies and early mysticism not only at Queen’s, but also for Woodbrooke Quaker Studies Centre, Birmingham Church of England diocese and the Oxford University Department of Continuing Education. I have previously taught biblical Hebrew at the University of Birmingham.I am an Accredited Lay Worker of the Church of England. I have worked in a parish and as a university chaplain. I am actively involved in Jewish–Christian dialogue, and am Chair of Birmingham Council of Christians and Jews.Select Publications



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