At PTC since January 2016.
Kathryn earned a PhD at Murdoch University, graduating in 2010. Prior to arriving at PTC, she lectured in biblical literature in Perth, Western Australia. Kathryn’s research focusses on Jewish, queer, feminist, and womanist biblical hermeneutics, and on love, death, beauty, and goddesses in the ancient Near East. Kathryn is a qualified counsellor with international membership in the Australian Counselling Association, and is also a member of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs. In 2019 she was a Kesher Fellow through the Aleph Alliance for Jewish Renewal, and completed a doctorate in Literature and Creative Writing through Deakin University, specializing in phenomenological hermeneutics, relationships of power, and the other.