Rabbi Alan Brill, Ph.D.
Cooperman/Ross Endowed Chair of Jewish-Christain Studies
Rabbi Brill specializes in Interfaith theology, Jewish mysticism, modern Jewish thought, and contemporary Orthodoxy.
I am honored to have been chosen for the Cooperman/Ross Endowed Chair for Jewish-Christian Studies in honor of Sister Rose Thering. I specialize in Interfaith theology, Jewish mysticism, spirituality, modern Jewish thought, and contemporary Orthodoxy.
- Ph.D., Fordham University
- Ordination, Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, Yeshiva University
- B.A., Yeshiva College
- February 3, 2009. Presented What is Kabbalah? at Or Zarua in Manhattan, NY.
- December 25, 2008. Lectured on Madonna, Meditation and Science at Congregation Beth El, South Orange
- December 2008. Participated in Imams and Rabbis for peace at Hommes de Parole, Paris
- Gannon Lecture at Fordham University (2008)
- Moshe is Magic A review Essay on the Kabbalistic Studies of Moshe Idel (Zeek, December, 2008)
- November 18, 2008. Delivered a lecture on Family in Abrahamic Religions at the Interfaith Dialogue Center, Felician College.
- October 9, 2008. Gave the Kol Nidrei sermon at Davar Congregation, Teaneck, NJ
- October 6, 2008. Presented the lecture Is there still a Mystery to Mysticism after Modernity? as the Fall Gannon Lecture at Fordham University.