• Associate Professor of Philosophy and Chair of the Poverty Studies Minor
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  • david.gandolfo@furman.edu

Dr. Gandolfo serves as faculty for Poverty and Marginalization. He teaches the PVS 101: Introduction to Poverty Studies class and PHL 101: Introduction to Philosophy class. His research interests include globalization, international justice, poverty, and Latin American philosophy.

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