The Forum for the Study of Christianity, now entering its fourth year (2018-2019), constitutes a framework for the intensive and far-ranging study of the history and thought of Christianity. It is designed for postgraduate students of all departments with some previous background in the study of Christianity, who desire to dig deeper. The Forum grants no academic credit points, but provides a stipend, courtesy of the CSC. The program includes twelve meetings, twice monthly. Participants are required to formulate one academic meeting on a relevant topic of their choice, as well as to prepare extended readings for each meeting (approximately 150 pages). The readings combine primary sources (in English and Hebrew translation) and a series of up-to-date studies in any given field.
The Forum is led by Dr. Yonatan Moss (Department of Comparative Religion Department) and organized by Omer Hacker (PhD student in Sociology and Anthropology).
Applications typically open in the summer months.
For further details click HERE (in Hebrew)