Associate Professor, Associate Dean
BA, Williams College, 1986
MA, Boston University, 1989
PhD, Georgetown University, 1998
Lisa Ferrari teaches in the areas of international relations, international ethics, and U.S.-Canadian relations. Her research in applied ethics currently considers the role of moral theology in Catholic NGOs’ response to the global HIV/AIDS epidemic. She also studies Canada’s role in international governance of environmental issues. Her most recent publications include “Catholic and Non-Catholic NGOs Fighting HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa: Issue Framing and Collaboration” International Relations (2011), and “More Maple Leaf, Less CO2: The International System and Canada’s Role in a Global Geo-Engineering Regime” (with Elizabeth L. Chalecki) Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (2012). She is currently serving as an associate academic dean.