Angelique Harris PhD, MA

Associate Dean, Diversity & Inclusion

Associate Professor, General Internal Medicine

72 E. Concord St Evans Building | (617) 638-8968
Angelique Harris
Sections

General Internal Medicine

Biography

Dr. Angelique C. Harris is Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion at BU School of Medicine and is an Associate Professor in General Internal Medicine, in the Department of Medicine. They also serve as the Executive Director of Faculty Development for Boston University Medical Campus. Dr. Harris works to design, implement, and lead innovative programs and initiatives aimed at providing and promoting more equitable learning and working environments for faculty, staff, and students around issues of diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging, and justice. An applied medical sociologist, Dr. Harris’s areas of research include race and ethnicity, gender and sexualities, health and illness, social movements, cultural studies, urban studies, and media studies. More specifically, they examine how groups construct health issues and how the structural marginalization and stigmatization they experience impact their experiences with health care. Dr. Harris has authored and co-authored dozens of books, articles, and essays, including Womanist AIDS Activism in the United States: “It’s Who We Are” (Roman & Littlefield, 2022), Queer People of Color: Connected but Not Comfortable (Lynne Rienner, 2018) and the Intersections of Race and Sexuality (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017) book series.

Other Positions

Education

Sociology, PhD, City University of New York Graduate Center, 2007

Sociology, MA, Queens College, City University of New York, 2005

Sociology, MPhil, City University of New York Graduate Center, 2005

Applied Science, MA, University of Massachusetts Boston, 2001

Social Psychology, BA, University of Massachusetts Boston, 2001

Publications

Published on 1/1/2022

Angelique Harris and Omar Mushtaq. Health and Aging in the Margins - Series Editor: Alexandra "Xan" C.H. Nowakowski. Womanist AIDS Activism: "It's Who We Are". Rowman & Littlefield - Lexington Books. New York. 2022; 145.

Published on 11/1/2020

Baker KE, Harris AC. Terminology Should Accurately Reflect Complexities of Sexual Orientation and Identity. Am J Public Health. 2020 11; 110(11):1668-1669. PMID: 33026848.

Published on 1/1/2018

Angelique Harris, Juan Battle, Antonio Pastrana. Queer People of Color: Connected, but Not Comfortable. Lynn Rienner. 2018.

Published on 1/1/2018

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.

Published on 11/28/2017

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.

Published on 1/1/2017

Antonio Pastrana Jr., Juan Battle, and Angelique Harris. An Examination of Latinx LGBT Populations Across the United States: Intersections of Race & Sexuality. 2017.

Published on 1/1/2017

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.

Published on 1/1/2017

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.

Published on 1/1/2017

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.

Published on 1/1/2017

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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