About the Program
TAU offers an intensive 6-week summer school in Jewish-Christian Encounters in the First Centuries CE. The program is designed for graduate-level students in ancient Judaism and early Christianity.
The program explores rabbinic literature and culture, and how these intersect with Early Christian texts and society. It consists of the following courses:
Jewish-Christian Encounters in the First Centuries CE (4 credits)
Major Issues in Rabbinic Hebrew (2 language credits)
There will also be guest lectures delivered by leading experts in the field and excursions to relevant sites.
Fees and Expenses
Program fee – includes tuition, health insurance, tours, entrance to sites
For more information and to find out how to apply, contact the program coordinator Emilie Levy via e-mail.