Andreas first joined the Department in 2010 as a Visiting Tutor and is now a Lecturer in Political Theory since 2013. Andreas is also a Goldsmiths alumnus, having graduated with a First Class Honours degree in Politics in 2009.
His primary research area is contemporary analytical political philosophy and is especially interested in theories of social justice. His current work involves an examination of the effects that scarcity, as a human condition, and self-ownership, as a moral thesis, have on property rights and (re)distribution as moral claims.
Andreas currently teaches three modules: Political Theory and Ideologies (1st year), Introduction to Political Philosophy (1st year PPE) and Contemporary Theories of Justice (3rd year). He is the 2013 runner-up for the Peake Award for Excellence in Learning & Teaching. In addition, he convenes the Department’s Study Skills seminars."