Harris, Katherine D.
Department of English & Comparative Literature
Preferred: (408) 924-4475For most current teaching, research, upcoming talks, publications, blog posts, conference presentations, see triproftri blog
Current Research Interests:
Digital Humanities, Digital Pedagogy, Romantic & 19th-Century literature, women's poetry, literary annuals, textual theory, gender theory, feminist theory, digital literature, 19th-Century novel, textual editing.
- Doctor of Philosophy, Other US Institution, 2005
- Women's Studies, Cuny Graduate School And Univ, 2005
- Master of Arts, Literature, New York Univ, 1999
- Bachelor of Arts, Literature, CSU-Los Angeles, 1994
Ph.D. in English, The Graduate Center, City University of New York (2005).
Certificate in Women's Studies, The Graduate Center, City University of New York (2005).
M.A. in English, New York University (May 1999).
B.A. in English, California State University, Los Angeles (May 1994).
Dr. Harris, a Professor in the Department of English and Comparative Literature, San José State University, specializes in DIGITAL HUMANITIES, Digital Pedagogy, Romantic-Era and Nineteenth-Century British literature, women’s authorship, the literary annual, and textuality. See triproftri blog for current & updated research work, upcoming talks, latest cv.