Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies

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Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies
Founded 1972
  • Jerusalem, Israel
Key people
Rabbi Daniel Landes

Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies is an institute of Jewish learning founded in 1972. It is open to post-college men and women and is located in Jerusalem's Talpiot neighborhood.[1]


Dr. David I. Bernstein is the Interim President and Dean.[2] A search for a new President of Pardes is currently being conducted by the search firm Kalish & Associates. [3] Many faculty members contribute to the weekly podcasts.[4]


Pardes programs include:

  • The Pardes Year Program[5]
  • The Pardes 3-week Summer Program[6]
  • The Pardes Community Education Program[7]
  • The Pardes Center for Jewish Educators[8]
  • The Pardes Center for Judaism and Conflict Resolution[9]
  • The Pardes Executive Learning Seminar[10]
  • The Pardes Kollel[11]
  • Other Pardes Programs[12]


Pardes partners include:

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Coordinates: 31°45′17″N 35°12′52″E / 31.7547°N 35.2145°E / 31.7547; 35.2145