Polis was founded on 9 May 2011 by Christophe Rico and other linguists whose goal was to revive the study of the Humanities and increase the teaching of Ancient Languages.
Polis - The Jerusalem Institute of Languages and Humanities is offering scholarships of up to 75% for students who want to come and study in Jerusalem.
In light of the recent developments, Polis is closely following the Israeli Ministry of Health's instructions. Polis has the utmost concern for the health of students, staff, and the general public.
During the month of February, I was invited to participate in the Paideia Institute’s annual conference in New York, at Fordham University, where I gave two lectures, the first one […]
In the last months we have been working to improve the quality of our facilities. Our Agora (the courtyard connecting the main building and the library at Polis), called so after the […]
Professor Wayne Horowitz, who has been working as a Professor of Assyriology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem since 1986, gave an open lecture at Polis Institute on Saturday, the 3rd of December, at 19:00. The topic of the lecture was "The Sumerian Verb: A Workshop for the Non-Sumerian Speaker”, and was given as part of a course in Sumerian that began in Polis on Tuesday, 29 November 2016.