Gabriel Moran is a
professor in the department of Humanities and the Social Sciences, New York University. He was director of the doctoral
program in religious education and teaches courses in the philosophy and the
history of education. He has also taught at Manhattan College, New York Theological Seminary, Boston College and special courses at two dozen
other universities. He directed a large graduate program at Manhattan College and chaired the department of
Cultural Foundations at New York University. He has served on the board of
directors of the Religious Education Association and the International Seminar
on Religious Education and Values; he was president of the Association of
Professors and Researchers in Religious Education.
Over the course of more
than forty-five years, Gabriel Moran has published twenty-two books and over
two hundred essays. Some of these works have been translated into Spanish,
Portuguese, French, German and Korean. He has lectured throughout the United States, as well as in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Korea, Ireland, England, the Netherlands and Africa. He has helped organize programs in
Jewish-Christian-Muslim conversation with the Religious Education Association.
He is widely credited with reshaping the field of religious education in the United States, and to have had a significant
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