Office: Hellems 88
Office Hours: Tue, Thu 1-2 p.m. or by appointment
Associate Professor Lisa Flores’ research and teaching are guided by her belief that public discourse is a central site through which citizens come to occupy the worlds we envision.
Both her courses and her writing engage in dual interests in rhetorical studies, principally rhetorical criticism, and critical race/gender/queer studies.
She is currently thinking through the intersections of national belonging and the materiality of the body through her research on historic discourse of Mexican immigration.