Lecture Series "Outside, Inside, Against. Judaism and Jewish-Christian Relations"

Our Centre organized a short series of meetings entitled "Outside, Inside, Against. Judaism and Jewish-Christian Relations," which will take place in a dual mode: in-person and online.

Wednesday, 15 November 2023 - ROOM L101 - 12.15 pm

Thinking About Antisemitism: What Is It? When Did It Begin? Does It Change? Will It Ever End?

Jonathan Elukin, Associate Professor of History, Trinity College, Connecticut


Wednesday, 29 November 2023 - ROOM L101 - 09.30 am

Anti Judaism in the Gospel of John?

Pino Di Luccio sj, Academic Vice Rector, Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome


Wednesday, 20 December 2023 - ROOM L210 - 10.30 am

When Did Biblical Law Become “Law”?

Michael Satlow, Professor of Judaic Studies and Religious Studies, Brown University, Rhode Island


Tuesday, 27 February 2024 - ROOM TBD - 6.00 pm

Spinoza nella tradizione ebraica

Luciana Petrocelli, PhD, Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome


The meetings will explore issues internal to Judaism and aspects of its relationship with Christianity: some possible forms of anti-Semitism especially in ancient and medieval age; the processes through which the Torah assumed normative character; and the reception of a complex figure like Spinoza.
To register, either in person or online, please send an email to [email protected], specifying the participation (presence or online) and the lecture you wish to participate in.