Lisa Ferrari

Lisa Ferrari

Professor, Politics and Government

Lisa Ferrari teaches in the areas of international relations and applied ethics, and U.S.-Canadian relations. Her current research examines the moral and security implications of commons-based geoengineering as a response to climate change. In particular, collaborating with Elizabeth L. Chalecki, she has applied lessons from the European just war tradition to questions of geoengineering governance and considered a role for Canada in the governance process. Her recent past research has addresses the role of moral theology in Catholic NGOs’ response to the global HIV/AIDS epidemic, and the broader role of the Holy See in international relations.

Education
BA Williams College 1986
MA Boston University 1989
Ph.D Georgetown University 1998
Class
Intro International Relations PG 103-A 2218
US-Canadian Relations PG 337-A 2218
Just War Theory PG 387-A 2218
Intro International Relations PG 103-A 2224
Power and Political Inquiry PG 200-B 2224
International Human Rights PG 386-A 2224

Contact Information

Wyatt 232
email lferrari@pugetsound.edu