Recorded Programs

​​​​​​The Katz Center maintains an archive of recorded programs on a variety of topics connected to Judaic studies, with speakers that range from MacArthur Fellows to Nobel Prize winners to visiting scholars with expertise on an impressive breadth of topics. The videos are accessible to all audiences and are connected to Katz Center fellowship themes

A MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) is also available to anyone with an internet connection, thanks to a partnership between the Katz Center and the Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies (SIMS). These courses, taught by manuscript experts, are masterclasses demonstrating the value and richness of material texts.

The Katz Center has recently launched a podcast on religion and the global future, a seven-part series bringing together leading scholars and public policy experts to explore how religion is shaping the fate of humanity. Each speaker reveals a unique perspective on religion and its impact on the world today.