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The 2020-2021 One-Year Program is open for applications!

The Paideia One-Year Program is one of the most intensive and immersive Jewish learning experiences in Europe. The curriculum runs chronologically from classical bible and Talmudic studies to modern Jewish philosophy, with courses taught by prominent scholars, including leading professors from major Israeli, American and European universities. It also includes Hebrew language course at three levels, a three-week trip to Israel, and hands-on project work during the year.

Paideia welcomes applications from qualified individuals committed to the revival of European Jewish culture.

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Krister Stendahl Memorial Lecture 2019: Professor Katharina von Kellenbach

Guilt as a productive force in the transformation of Jewish-Christian Relations

Katharina von Kellenbach is Professor of Religious Studies at St. Mary’s College in Maryland. Her areas of expertise include Holocaust Studies, Jewish-Christian relations, feminist theology and interreligious dialogue.

In the academic year 2019-2020, von Kellenbach is the Corcoran Visiting Chair of Christian-Jewish relations at Boston College.

She is the author of Anti-Judaism in Feminist Religious Writings (Scholars Press, 1994) and co-editor of Zwischen-Räume: Deutsche Feministische Theologinnen im Ausland (LIT Verlag, 2000) and Von Gott Reden im Land der Täter (Gutersloher verlagshaus, 2001). Her scholarly research has also been published in numerous book chapters and journal articles.

The annual Krister Stendahl Lecture is a cooperation between Paideia and the Centre for Interfaith Dialogue at the Stockholm Diocese of the Church of Sweden.


Her areas of expertise include Holocaust Studies, Jewish-Christian relations, feminist theology and interreligious dialogue.
She is the author of Anti-Judaism in Feminist Religious Writings (Scholars Press, 1994) and co-editor of Zwischen-Räume: Deutsche Feministische Theologinnen im Ausland (LIT Verlag, 2000) and Von Gott Reden im Land der Täter (Gutersloher verlagshaus, 2001). Her scholarly research has also been published in numerous book chapters and journal articles.


Inauguration 2019

Paideia is pleased to share that we celebrated the inauguration of our new home last week with many honored guests and speakers, including Ambassador Jan Eliasson, Minister Ann Linde, Minister Anna Ekström, and Paideia’s Founding Director, Barbara Lerner Spectre!

We at Paideia are proud to continue the work we do to develop and strengthen Jewish life and culture in Sweden and Europe.


The 2019 Krister Stendahl Memorial Lecture

The Center for Interfaith Dialogue, run by the Stockholm Diocese of the Church of Sweden, and Paideia invites you for the 2019 Krister Stendahl Memorial Lecture. The Krister Stendahl Memorial Lecture is a yearly event to honor the memory of Krister Stendahl, bishop in Stockholm 1984-1988 and Professor at the Divinity School at Harvard University. Bishop Stendahl was also a member of Paideia’s board of trustees.

The 2019 Krister Stendahl Memorial Lecture will be held by Prof. Katharina von Kallenbach from St. Mary’s College of Maryland. Professor von Kellenbach is the author of Anti-Judaism in Feminist Religious Writings (Scholars Press, 1994) and co-editor of Zwischen-Räume: Deutsche Feministische Theologinnen im Ausland (LIT Verlag, 2000) and Von Gott Reden im Land der Täter (Gutersloher verlagshaus, 2001). She leads a research group titled Felix Culpa? Guilt as a Culturally Productive Force.

The title of the lecture is “Guilt as a productive force in the transformation of Jewish-Christian Relations” and it will take place on October 31 at 15.00 in Ersta Konferens in Stockholm.

More information: https://www.svenskakyrkan.se/stockholmsstift/krister-stendahl-memorial-lecture

In order to register please send e-mail to: info@paideia-eu.org

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