Some of Paideia previous lectures are recorded and available for online viewing.

Follow the links below to find YouTube links of the events.


Paideia Online Alumni Conference 2020

Prof. Moshe Halbertal – The Threshold of Forgiveness


Paideia Academic Conference: 1989 – 2019: Jews in Post-Communist Europe

Konstanty Gebert – Revival? Rebirth? Renaissance? What happened to Polish Jews over the last four decades?


Krister Stendahl Lecture 2018

Prof. Paula Fredriksen – Messy Monotheism and Interfaith Pluralism: Gods and Humans in the Roman Mediterranean


Krister Stendahl Lecture 2017

Dr. Regina Polak – Migration: a Chance for Metanoia


Paideia Academic Conference: Bayit – Home: A Simple Notion Contested

Prof. Moshe Halbertal – Philosophical, Political and Human Perspectives on the Notion of Home

Prof. Fania Oz-Salzberger – The Nomad, the Merchant and the Refugee


Krister Stendahl Memorial Lecture 2015

Prof. Mona Siddiqui – Love and Law in Christianity and Islam


Paideia Lecture Series

Prof. Yair Zakovitch – Why Don’t I Speak Swedish? The Story of the Tower of Babel

Dr. Assaf Tamari – Lurianic Kabbalah: Man’s Personal Responsibility for God’s Fate


Paideia Lecture Series

Prof. Yair Zakovitch – Is the Bible a book or a library? The long way from books to a canon; How different parts of the Bible interpret one another. Different canons – different interpretations

Prof. Avigdor Shinan – The Story About Abraham And Sarah In Egypt