Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Karunaratne, N. (forthcoming). Toward a methodology of healing: Promoting radical healing among student survivors through research. Journal of Women and Gender in Higher Education.
Karunaratne, N., & Harris, J. C. (2022). Women of Color student survivors’ perceptions of campus sexual assault prevention programming. Violence Against Women, 28(15-16), 3801-3824.
Karunaratne, N. (2021). Fostering (re)connections: South Asian students healing from dating violence. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education. Advance online publication.
Harris, J. C., Karunaratne, N., & Gutzwa, J. A. (2021). Effective modalities for healing from campus sexual assault: Centering the experiences of women of color undergraduate student survivors. Harvard Educational Review, 91(2), 248-272.
Boss, G. J., Karunaratne, N., Huang, C., Beavers, A., Pegram-Floyd, V., & Tullos, K. C. (2019). “It’s a double-edged sword”: A collaborative autoethnography of Women of Color higher education and student affairs administrators who teach in the college classroom. NASPA Journal of Women and Gender in Higher Education, 12(2), 166-185.
Porter, C. J., Mlambo, Y. A., Hannibal, J., & Karunaratne, N. (2018). (Re)Defining student success: A qualitative study of Black undergraduate women pursuing veterinary medicine. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 24(1), 61-80.
Karunaratne N., Koppel L., & yang, c. i. (2016). Navigating a social justice motivation and praxis as student affairs professionals. Journal of Critical Scholarship on Higher Education & Student Affairs, 3(1), 1-19.
Scanlan, L. D., Reed, R. B., Loguinov, A. V…, Karunaratne, N., et al. (2013). Silver nanowire exposure results in internalization and toxicity to Daphnia magna. ACS Nano, 7(12), 10681-10694.
Karunaratne, N. (2022). Creating environments of healing on campus: Lessons from Women of Color yoga instructors healing trauma. In L. Douglass, A. Threlkeld, & L. R. Merriweather (Eds.), Trauma in adult and higher education: Conversations and critical reflections (pp. 335-350). Information Age.
Harris, J. C., Cobian, K., & Karunaratne, N. (2020). Re-imagining the study of campus sexual assault. In L.W. Perna (Ed.), Higher education: Handbook of theory and research (Vol. 35). Springer.
Karunaratne, N., Huang, C., Boss, G. J., & Beavers, A. (2019). Uplifting counter-narratives: The experiences of women of color student affairs professionals teaching in white classrooms. In U. M. Robinson-Nichols, M. G. Burke & L. Hall (Eds.), No ways tired: The journey for professionals of color in student affairs (Vol. 1, pp. 75-86). Information Age.
Reports & Blog Posts
Fonseca, D., Gonzalez, M., Hart, A. N., Karunaratne, N., Lee, A., Legaspi, G., Ogbuli, K., Osorio, H., Puckett, A., Roychoudhury, D., Sánchez Castillo, M., Sass, A., Son, K., & Weatherford, S. (2022, March). The history of racism and the quest for racial justice at UCLA. UCLA Luskin Center for History and Policy. https://luskincenter.history.ucla.edu/lchp-reports/
Karunaratne, N. (2019, August 27). Connections between the “prison nation” and campus sexual violence [Blog post]. www.csw.ucla.edu/2019/08/27/connections-between-the-prison-nation-and-campus-sexual-violence
Karunaratne, N. (2017, September 1). An intersectional framework for sexual violence prevention education [Blog post]. www.insidehighered.com/advice/2017/09/01/sexual-violence-prevention-requires-focusing-how-multiple-forms-oppression