In recent years, the Program has created unique educational and research platforms that promote interdisciplinary research initiatives and peer-to-peer interactions:
In the Chavruta program, students work together in an independent group setting to research a specific subject of their choice. Recent subjects included: Visual Space; Marginal culture and Counterculture; Digital Culture
In our Practicum or internship program, students gain credit for serving as interns in leading cultural institutions in Israel, some include the Israel Museum, Jerusalem Cinematheque, The Israeli Center for Digital Art and many more
Lastly, The Culture Lab provides a platform for active, tangible, and collaborative knowledge-creation with professionals outside of the academic world. Our latest collabarations included the architect Mateo Pericoli who led a "LabLitArch" researching questions on place and space in architecture and literature.