Public Programs

Katz Center public programs connect the world of Jewish studies scholarship with the community. Expert speakers bring depth, perspective, and nuance to discussions of Jewish history and culture.

This year, the Katz Center is exploring the Jewish home across time and space. Anthropologists, journalists, historians, and artists will speak about architecture, kinship, parenting, gender, Jewish law, and the idea of homeland. Join us and our community partners for a series of public programs exploring this most formative and intimate of contexts for Jewish life.