Professor of Anthropology on the Ford Foundation
Contemporary anthropological theory; the anthropology of history, science, and technology; organizational behavior; symbolic anthropology; Central Europe, specifically the Czech/Slovak Republic
Andrew Lass teaches courses in language in culture and society, contemporary theory, and the anthropology of history. His research interests include contemporary anthropological theory; the anthropology of history, science, and technology; organizational behavior; and symbolic anthropology. His area specialty is central Europe, specifically the Czech/Slovak Republic.
Recently, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation awarded Lass $15,000 to support his continuing work with CASLIN (the Union Catalogue of the Czech Republic) and the Tallinn Conference for Union Catalogues.
- "MHC's Andrew Lass Speaks on BBC," BBC Radio, November 13, 2013
- "Lass Recognized for Excellence in Teaching," Office of Communications, November 11, 2010
- "MHC Professor Brings Eastern European Libraries into the Twenty-First Century," College Street Journal, April 21, 2000
- "Anthropology Professor Leads Efforts to Network Libraries in Former Czechoslovakia," College Street Journal, December 8, 1995