Dr Ann Conway-Jones

Honorary Research Fellow, University of Birmingham

Ann is a scholar and experienced teacher specialising in early Jewish-Christian relations, and the beginnings of mysticism.

She is actively involved in Jewish-Christian dialogue and was Chair of the Birmingham Council of Christians and Jews for six years. She has since been elected Joint-Honorary Secretary of the national organisation with a seat on the board of trustees.


Ann’s thesis was published by OUP in 2014 as Gregory of Nyssa’s Tabernacle Imagery in its Jewish and Christian Contexts.

Lecture titles

  • Moses on Mount Sinai and the Life of Prayer
  • Sibling Rivalry: Early Jewish-Christian Relations and Their Legacy Today
  • Tanakh, Old Testament or Hebrew Bible? Jews and Christians Divided by a Common Scripture