About the author: Professor Robert Wauzzinski received his PhD in religion and economic philosophy. He held an interdisciplinary endowed chair in technology. He has taught in the prisons and factories of Indiana, American and European universities, as well as in Asia and Africa. He is a member of Epsilon Pi Tau, the international honorary for technology. His diverse books and articles relate rigorous theory to practical concerns.
2003 0-7734-6627-4 Dwelling House is a savings-and-loan bank located in the inner city of Pittsburgh, called the Hill. This study chronicles its forty-year fight on behalf of Hill residents and others to increase home ownership and reverse urban decay and crime. Dwelling House shows how the marriage of ethical principles with a more holistic social philosophy can deeply transform urban America.