- Ph.D., Higher Education and Student Affairs, Indiana University
- M.Ed., College Student Affairs, Pennsylvania State University
- B.A., Critical Theory and Social Justice, Occidental College
Teaching & Research Interests
- Critical race theory and critical race feminism in education
- Multiraciality in higher education
- Critical approaches to sexual violence on campus, specifically with women students of color
- Harris, J.C. (2016). Using the walking interview to explore campus climate for students of color. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice. Advanced online access.
- Harris, J.C. (2016). Toward a critical multiracial theory in education. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 29(6), 795-813.
- Harris, J.C., Barone, R., & Patton, L.D. (2016). Who Benefits?: A Critical Race Analysis of the (D)evolving Language of Inclusion in Higher Education. Thought & Action.
- Linder, C., Harris, J.C., Allen, E.L., & Hubain, B. (2015). Building inclusive pedagogy: Recommendations from a national study of Students of Color in higher education and student affairs graduate programs. Equity and Excellence in Education, 48(2), 178-194.
- Harper, S.J., Patton, L.D., & Harris, J.C. (2015). Using critical race theory to (re)interpret widely-studied topics related to students in U.S. higher education. In A.M. Martinez Aleman, B. Pusser, & E.M. Bensimon (Eds.), Critical Approaches to the Study of Higher Education. Baltimore, MD: John Hopkins University Press.
- Griffin, K.A., Bennett, J.C., & Harris, J. (2013). Marginalizing merit?: An analysis of gender differences in Black faculty D/discourses on tenure, advancement, and professional success. The Review of Higher Education, 36(4), 489-512.