BAYME, Steven. American, b. 1950. Genres: Cultural/Ethnic topics, Theology/Religion. Career: Yeshiva University, NYC, visiting lecturer, 1973-75, instructor, 1975-77, assistant professor of history, 1977-79; Hadassah, national Jewish education director, 1979-82; American Jewish Committee, NYC, assistant director of Jewish Communal Affairs Department, Institute of Human Relations, 1982-86, acting director, 1986-87, national director, 1987-, director of Institute on American Jewish Israel Relations, 1992-. Jewish Theological Seminary, lecturer, summers, 1973-74; Hebrew Union College, lecturer, 1976, 1981; Yeshiva University, adjunct assistant professor, 1979-87, adjunct professor at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, 1991-; Queens College of the City University of New York, adjunct assistant professor, 1986. Publications: Facing the Future: Essays on Contemporary Jewish Life, 1989; (ed. with D. Blankenhorn and J. Bethke Elshtain and contrib.) Rebuilding the Nest: A New Commitment to the American Jewish Family, 1990; (ed. with D. Ellenson and contrib.) Religious Pluralism: Implications for Israel Diaspora Relations, 1992; (ed. with G. Rosen) The Jewish Family and Jewish Continuity, 1994. Contributor to books. Contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals. Address: 3720 Independence Ave., Apt. 1E, Bronx, NY 10463, U.S.A.