The political world is changing fast and perspective is at a premium. With a fellowship theme on Jewish Political Thought this year, the Katz Center is taking the long view. Fellows are exploring the political thought and culture of Jews in diverse global and historical contexts with research intersecting the study of law, religion, history, literature, philosophy, and even music and poetry.
Throughout the spring semester they’ll be engaging with broader audiences in a variety of public lectures and conversations. The current roster is below and more events will be added so be sure to check back!
Click here to download a flyer for all the spring public programs.
These programs are supported by a grant from the Josephine Cohen Memorial Foundation.