Randall Amster teaches and publishes on subjects including peace and nonviolence, social and environmental justice, political theory, and emerging technologies.
He serves on the editorial board of numerous academic journals, and writes for a wide range of popular and scholarly publications. Current research interests include environmental peacebuilding, climate justice, intersectionality and ecology, community and sustainability, and the justice implications of contemporary technology. On campus, he works with groups exploring areas including urban studies, climate change, and curricular development, and serves as Faculty Coordinator for the Core Pathways initiative.
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