Dr. Andrew Gutkowski
Andrew Gutkowski is an Assistant Professor in the School of Interdisciplinary Studies, where he teaches courses in Environmental Justice, Social Advocacy, and Black Studies. He has a Ph.D. in History from the University of South Carolina (2020) with concentrations in Modern U.S., African American, and Environmental History. His current book project explores how post-war struggles over civil rights and industrial pollution in the U.S. South shaped the uneven distribution of environmental hazards – toxic waste facilities, Superfund sites, brownfields – that defines much of the region’s industrial landscape today. His research has recently been published in The Journal of American History.
- PHD - University of South Carolina-Columbia (2020)
- MA - Georgia College & State University (2014)
BLS 401: Liberal Studies Research Seminar
IDS 350: Environmental Justice and Racism