Aaron Rosen is a former Fellow at the Institute of Sacred Music, Yale University. He was previously the Albert and Rachel Lehmann Junior Research Fellow at the University of Oxford and a post-doctoral fellow at Columbia University. He received his PhD from the University of Cambridge and was a visiting scholar at the University of California, Berkeley. Rosen has written widely on religion and the arts for publications including New Humanist, Jewish Quarterly, Art and Christianity, Religion and the Arts, Literature and Theology, Journal of Modern Jewish Studies, and the Journal of Jewish Studies. He has also contributed to several edited volumes, including The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography and Jewish and Christian Approaches to the Psalms: Conflict and Convergence, forthcoming from Oxford University Press. His first book, Imagining Jewish Art (Legenda, 2009), considers ways modern Jewish painters have responded to Christian art; the volume sheds light on these artists’ identities, while also re-framing wider problems for Jewish culture. He is currently working on a new book, The Hospitality of Images: Modern Art and Interfaith Dialogue, which will examine works by Jewish, Christian, and Muslim artists in search of new trajectories for interreligious dialogue.