Lecturer, Urban Studies
Andrew Lamas began teaching at the University of Pennsylvania in 1990. His primary faculty appointment is in the School of Arts & Sciences’ Urban Studies Program, where he focuses on the theoretical and practical dimensions, as well as the philosophical and religious bases, of social justice and economic democracy — in the context of historical and contemporary capitalist urbanization. He has also lectured in other schools and programs at Penn, including the Law School, the Wharton School, the School of Design, and the School of Social Policy & Practice. He is Core Teaching Faculty in Gender, Sexuality & Women's Studies (GSWS) and the Alice Paul Center, he participates in the GSWS Global Gender Group, and he is Faculty Affiliate of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center. Andy also serves as a Faculty Mentor and Fellow at the Rutgers University School of Management and Labor Relations, where he focuses on employee ownership, cooperatives, and other alternative forms of broad-based ownership, democratic governance, and workplace participation.