Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies
Andrew Lichtenstein, a native of New York City, is a documentary photographer, journalist, and teacher who works on long term stories of social concern. Over the last two decades he has concentrated on photographing stories about social justice in America. As a working photographer and journalist, Andrew’s work on a wide variety of subjects has appeared in newspapers, magazines, web sites, and books. In 2007, Charta published his first book, Never Coming Home. In 2015, his work was published as part of a photography collective in Facing Change: Documenting America, by Leah Bendavid-Val, Prestel, 2015. In 2017 West Virginia University Press published Marked, Unmarked, Remembered, A Geography of American Memory, a photographic monograph of selected historical sites across America.