MSc, Geography: Environment & Development, The London School of Economics, 2014
BA, Political Science & Religious Studies, The University of Southern Mississippi, 2012
Introduction to Environmental Studies & Sustainability (GES 1500)
World Regional Geography (GES 1980)
Nature & Society (GES 3500)
Global Climate & Environmental Change (GES 4700)
Energy (GES 4700)
Harris, D. M. 2023. Storytelling, Crisis, and Meaning-Making: Stories as a Terrain of Cultural and Political Struggle. cultural geographies.
Harris, D. M. (2022) Intervention – Geographies of Student Debt: A Call for Research and Action. Antipode Online. https://antipodeonline.org/2022/07/25/geographies-of-student-debt/.
Harris, D.M. 2022. Climate Storytelling. EBSCO Pathways to Research – Sustainability. https://www.pathways2research.com/pts/Climate%20Storytelling.
Harris, D.M. 2022. Energy Justice. EBSCO Pathways to Research – Sustainability. https://www.pathways2research.com/pts/Energy%20Justice.
Harris, D.M. 2022. The Trouble with Modeling the Human into the Future Climate. GeoHumanities. https://doi.org/10.1080/2373566X.2022.2043764.
Moulton, A., S. Velednitsky, D. M. Harris, C. B. Cook., and B. Wheeler. 2021. Unsettling Political Ecology: Toward More Honest Dialogues on the Legacies of Trauma in Political Ecology. Journal of Political Ecology. 28: 1, 677-695. https://doi.org/10.2458/jpe.3051.
Harris, D. M. 2021. Realizing Where I Should Be: Notes on Reflexivity and Positionality in Fieldwork. The Geographical Bulletin. https://www.gammathetaupsilon.org/the-geographical-bulletin/2020s/volume62-2/A/article6.pdf
Harris, D. M. 2021. Storying Climate Change: Notes on Experimental Political Ecology. Geoforum. 126, 331-339. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2021.08.011.
Pettibone, L. and D. M. Harris. 2021. Kollaboratives Utopisieren für ein klimaneutrales 2030. Ökologisches Wirschaften. https://doi.org/10.14512/OEW360324.
Harris, D. M. & McCarthy, J. 2020. Revisiting Power and Powerlessness: Speculating West Virginia’s Energy Future and the Externalities of the Socioecologial Fix. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space. https://doi.org/10.1177/2514848620935751.
Harris, D. M. 2020. Expanding Climate Futures: Using Science Fiction’s Worldbuilding to Imagine a Climate-Changed Southwestern U.S. Otherwise. Literary Geographies. 6:1, 59-76.
Harris, D. M. 2019. Telling stories about climate change. The Professional Geographer. https://doi.org/10.1080/00330124.2019.1686996.
Harris, D. M. 2017. Telling the Story of Climate Change: Geologic Imagination, Praxis, and Policy. Energy Research and Social Science. 31, 179-183.
Harris, D. M. 2017. Mountain-Bodies, Experiential Wisdom: The Kallawaya Cosmovisíon and Climate Change Adaptation. Third World Thematics. 2: 2-3, 376-390.
Honors and Awards
University of Colorado Colorado Springs, Green Action Fund Research Seed Grant, 2022
University of Colorado Colorado Springs Office of Research, Committee on Research and Creative Works (CRCW) Seed Grant, 2021
National Science Foundation, Geography and Spatial Sciences Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Award (Award# 1853036), 2019
The Robert and Patricia Switzer Foundation, Environmental Leadership Fellowship, 2018