School of Humanities and Communication
Kelly Medina-López is an Associate Professor of Composition Studies at California State - Monterey Bay. She researches Latinx and Indigenous rhetorics and writing, border studies, language politics, and myths, monsters, and ghost stories. You can find her projects in Querencia: Essays on the New Mexico Homeland, Constellations, Latinx Rhetoric and Writing Studies, and Aztlán, among others.
Associate Professor of Composition Studies
|Office Location||CAHSS 504-2133|
|Office Hours||Mondays, 12:00 pm-1:00 pm and by appointment|
|Areas of Expertise||
Latinx and Indigenous rhetorics and writing studies, border rhetorics, feminist/ Indigenous/ decolonial research methodologies, assessment as social justice, translingual rhetorics, New Mexico rhetorics, place and embodiment studies.
HCOM 125: Writing, Reading Success
|Selected Works Author Gallery||https://works.bepress.com/kelly-medina-lopez/|