Angelique C. Harris, PhD, MA
Director of Faculty Development
Boston University Medical Campus


Pronouns: she/her/hers



Dr. Harris received her BA in social psychology and her MA in Applied Sociology from the University of Massachusetts, Boston. She later attended the City University of New York (CUNY), where she received her MA in Sociology from Queens College. She received her MPhil, and later her PhD in Sociology, with a focus in Medical Sociology, from the Graduate Center. Dr. Harris has taught as an adjunct professor at Hunter College, City College, and the College of New Rochelle’s South Bronx and Harlem campuses before working as an assistant professor of sociology at California State University, Fullerton and then later, Marquette University. While at Marquette, Dr. Harris developed the Culture, Health and Illness minor, and served as the Director of the Gender and Sexualities Studies Program and the Founding Director of the Center for Gender and Sexualities Studies, where she conducted trainings and workshops to promote faculty development and support equity and inclusion in and out of the classroom. Her research and teaching examined health, wellness, and belonging, as well as social problems and activism within marginalized communities. In addition to her research and work with students, Dr. Harris has extensive experience working in faculty development. She has designed and implemented workshops on curriculum design and instruction, professional development, and equity and inclusion for faculty.

Director of Faculty Development & Diversity
Boston University School of Medicine
Medicine


Publications listed below are automatically derived from MEDLINE/PubMed and other sources, which might result in incorrect or missing publications. Faculty can login to make corrections and additions.

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  1. Baker KE, Harris AC. Terminology Should Accurately Reflect Complexities of Sexual Orientation and Identity. Am J Public Health. 2020 Nov; 110(11):1668-1669. PMID: 33026848
     
  2. Angelique Harris, Juan Battle, Antonio Pastrana. Queer People of Color: Connected, but Not Comfortable. Lynn Rienner. 2018.
  3. Harris A. Women, Gender, and Families of Color. Emotions, Feelings, and Social Change: Love, Anger, and Solidarity in Black Women’s AIDS Activism. 2018; 6(2):181-201.
  4. Harris A, Daniels J. Lesbians and tech: Analyzing digital media technologies and lesbian experience. J Lesbian Stud. 2018 Jul 03; 22(3):263-266. PMID: 29182446; DOI: 10.1080/10894160.2018.1383799;
     
  5. Antonio Pastrana Jr., Juan Battle, and Angelique Harris. An Examination of Latinx LGBT Populations Across the United States: Intersections of Race & Sexuality. 2017.
  6. An Examination of Asian and Pacific Islander LGBT Populations Across the United States: Intersections of Race & Sexuality. An Examination of Asian and Pacific Islander LGBT Populations Across the United States: Intersections of Race & Sexuality. 2017.
  7. An Examination of Asian and Pacific Islander LGBT Populations Across the United States: Intersections of Race & Sexuality. An Examination of Asian and Pacific Islander LGBT Populations Across the United States: Intersections of Race & Sexuality. 2017.
  8. An Examination of Asian and Pacific Islander LGBT Populations Across the United States: Intersections of Race & Sexuality. An Examination of Asian and Pacific Islander LGBT Populations Across the United States: Intersections of Race & Sexuality. 2017.
  9. An Examination of Asian and Pacific Islander LGBT Populations Across the United States: Intersections of Race & Sexuality. An Examination of Asian and Pacific Islander LGBT Populations Across the United States: Intersections of Race & Sexuality. 2017.
  10. Juan Battle, Antonio Pastrana Jr, and Angelique Harris. An Examination of Black LGBT Populations Across the United States: Intersections of Race & Sexuality. 2017.
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Bar chart showing 33 publications over 11 distinct years, with a maximum of 7 publications in 2013 and 2017

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Race
Sexualities
Gender
Curriculum
Sociology of Medicine
Qualitative Research
Qualitative Evaluation
AIDS

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