Tracey Harris

Assistant Professor, Sociology
L’nu & Political & Social Studies
902.563.1328

Office: CC-240

Tracey Harris is the author of The Tiny House Movement: Challenging Our Consumer Culture (Lexington Books, 2018). She teaches courses in environmental sociology, green criminology, animals and people, consumption and consumerism, qualitative research methods, and sociology of home. She has authored chapters in Animal Oppression and Capitalism: The Oppression of Nonhuman Animals as Sources of Food (edited by David Nibert, Praeger, 2017) and in Sociology of Home: Belonging, Community, and Place in the Canadian Context (edited by Gillian Anderson, Joseph G. Moore, and Laura Suski, Canadian Scholars’ Press, 2016). She is co-founder of the Animal Ethics Project, the Sustainability Project, and the Compassionate Community or Living as if We Give a Damn speaker series.