Andrew Lamas research concerns the theoretical and practical dimensions,
as well as the philosophical and religious bases, of social justice and
economic democracy — in the context of urbanization. He teaches courses
for students pursuing degrees and careers in economic development,
community development finance, NGO/non-profit leadership, and related
fields. He participates in the Global Gender Group sponsored by the
Women’s Studies Program, and he is an Affiliated Faculty of Women's
Studies and the Alice Paul Center as well as a Faculty Affiliate of the
Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center.

Faculty Research Field(s)

development; political economy; capitalism; critical theory; liberation theology (and radical currents within religion); alternative economy (e.g., cooperatives, microfinance); and radical pedagogy