Michigan State University
Michigan State University
Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures
Hannah Brady Espinoza
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Hannah Brady Espinoza

PhD Student

Office: 280 Bessey Hall

Email: espino66@msu.edu

Twitter: @hbradyespinoza

Research Areas

Cultural rhetorics; community-engagement; decolonial theory and practice


Hannah is interested in the ways that evangelical communities engage social issues and the potential for decolonial work and decolonizing rhetoric in the church. She is also interested in the practice of allied scholarship and activism.

Representative Work

Espinoza, Hannah Brady. “A Renewed Sovereignty: Deborah Miranda storying ancestral connection to land in Bad Indians.” IAIA Conference Proceedings. Submitted.

“Re-membering Around a Memorial Meal.” Michigan State University. Cultural Rhetorics Conference. East Lansing, MI. (Fall 2016)

“Teaching Place: Unexpected Results of the Personal Place Essay for the Novice Instructor.” Wayne State University Knowing Your Students: First Year Writing Conference. Detroit, MI. (Fall 2016)