Pamela Brubaker is professor emeritus of religion at California Lutheran University. Her area of expertise concentrates on the inter-structuring of gender, race/ethnicity and class in systems of domination and exploitation, and ways people of faith can help untangle these webs of oppression.
Dr. Brubaker has authored a number of books, including Globalization at What Price? Economic Change and Daily Life, and Women Don’t Count: The Challenge of Women’s Poverty to Christian Ethics. She also co-edited Justice not Greed, contributed chapters to Religion, Theology and Class, and Religion and Economic Justice, as well as several articles in academic journals including the Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion.
During the past decade, Dr. Brubaker has participated in several World Council of Churches programs on the global economy. She is on the advisory board of Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice in Ventura County (an interfaith organization), and served as co-chair of the Ethics Section of the American Academy of Religion.
She earned her PhD in Christian social ethics from Union Theological Seminary in New York City.