Leila M. Harris

MPPGA Teaching Faculty; Associate Professor, IRES / GRSJ

About

Associate Professor in the Institute on Resources Environment and Sustainability and in the Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice at the University of British Columbia. She also serves as Co-Director for UBC's Program on Water Governance. Dr. Harris’s work examines social, cultural and political-economic dimensions of environmental and developmental change, with particular focus on equity concerns. Current research focuses on the intersection of environmental issues and inequality, political ecologies of citizenship, and water politics and governance (including focus on participatory engagement and other recent governance shifts, as well as equity and sustainability challenges important for the Canadian context). Dr. Harris currently teaches a graduate seminar on Development Discourse and Practice as part of the MPPGA program.


Leila M. Harris

MPPGA Teaching Faculty; Associate Professor, IRES / GRSJ

Associate Professor in the Institute on Resources Environment and Sustainability and in the Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice at the University of British Columbia. She also serves as Co-Director for UBC's Program on Water Governance. Dr. Harris’s work examines social, cultural and political-economic dimensions of environmental and developmental change, with particular focus on equity concerns. Current research focuses on the intersection of environmental issues and inequality, political ecologies of citizenship, and water politics and governance (including focus on participatory engagement and other recent governance shifts, as well as equity and sustainability challenges important for the Canadian context). Dr. Harris currently teaches a graduate seminar on Development Discourse and Practice as part of the MPPGA program.

Leila M. Harris

MPPGA Teaching Faculty; Associate Professor, IRES / GRSJ

Associate Professor in the Institute on Resources Environment and Sustainability and in the Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice at the University of British Columbia. She also serves as Co-Director for UBC's Program on Water Governance. Dr. Harris’s work examines social, cultural and political-economic dimensions of environmental and developmental change, with particular focus on equity concerns. Current research focuses on the intersection of environmental issues and inequality, political ecologies of citizenship, and water politics and governance (including focus on participatory engagement and other recent governance shifts, as well as equity and sustainability challenges important for the Canadian context). Dr. Harris currently teaches a graduate seminar on Development Discourse and Practice as part of the MPPGA program.