Public Programs at the Katz Center

 

 

This year, Katz Center fellows explore the political thought and culture of Jews in diverse global and historical contexts, in light of new political theory and a changing world beyond academia. With research intersecting the study of law, religion, history, literature, philosophy, and even music and poetry, their collective efforts will expand contemporary debates and ground them in a stronger understanding of the Jewish political past.

Katz Center fellows are participating in a variety of programs hosted or presented by local partners. See below for our current calendar and check back to see more events as the series expands.

You can also stay up to date by subscribing to our email newsletter or following the Katz Center on Facebook.

Fall 2016 Public Programs Calendar

September

November

  • November 10, 2016 7:00pm
    Institute for Jewish-Catholic Relations of Saint Joseph’s University
    Large Lapsley Room, Haub Executive Suite
    5th Floor of McShain Hall, Philadelphia, PA 19131
    Free and open to the public