About the Editors

Kristina Gutierrez is an Associate Professor at Lone Star College-Kingwood, situated in a suburb of Houston. She received her Ph.D. in English from The University of Texas at San Antonio, where she specialized in rhetoric and composition and in Latin@ cultural studies. Her research interests include service-learning, visual rhetoric, and technical communication. Her book project thematically analyzes visual rhetoric in Latin@ communities, specifically visual rhetoric used in murals to document local histories and to advocate for social justice. She has presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, National Council of Teachers of English, Rhetoric Society of America, and the IEEE PRO COMM-International Professional Communication Conference. She had also taught full time at Texas A&M University at College Station and Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Since moving to Kingwood, she has become a member of the nonprofit organization Houston Arts Alliance because of her interest in popular art, including murals.

Yndalecio Isaac Hinojosa is an Assistant Professor at Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi. He received his Ph.D. in English from The University of Texas at San Antonio, where he specialized in rhetoric and composition and Chicana feminism. He focuses research on Latinx students, Hispanic Serving Institutions, and geopolitical borders issues. Prior to Corpus Christi, he worked for a community college in San Antonio, where he helped to create and implement an accelerated learning program for developmental students. He has presented work at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, National Council of Teachers of English, The International Conference of the Life and Work of Gloria Anzaldúa, and CASP: College Academic Support Programs. He also serves as Assistant Editor of Nonfiction for the Windward Review, an annual print literary journal celebrating the spirit of south Texas.

Sue Hum is associate professor of English at the University of Texas–San Antonio. Her research and teaching interests include visual rhetoric, critical race studies, and quantitative literacy in professional writing contexts. She has three books: Persuading with Numbers: A Primer for Engaging Quantitative Information (Kona, 2017), Ways of Seeing, Ways of Speaking (with Kristie Fleckenstein and Linda Calendrillo, Parlor, 2007), and Relations, Locations, Positions: Composition Theory for Writing Teachers (with Peter Vandenberg and Jennifer Clary-Lemon, National Council of Teachers of English Press, 2006). Her scholarship has appeared in College English, JAC, Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning (JAEPL), and Readerly/Writerly Texts. In 2015, she received the President’s Distinguished Award for Core Curriculum Teaching, a university-wide honor. She has served as the Assistant Dean of Assessment for the Quality Enhancement Plan in the College of Liberal and Fine Arts.