Robyn begins research in the intersecting realities of discourse focussing particularly on the intersection of ethics and culture, specifically exemplified in the discipline of Social Ethics. Using technology, this blog is one attempt at a critical and discursive reflection with particular attention to the ways in which queer, feminist, borderland and spatial theories, along with intersectional analysis, extends the discipline of ethics. iRobyn dot com is fueled by strong coffee, preferably Intelligentsia (which is from Chicago), and radical friendship. Robyn is a Ph.D student who likes to use virtuality as a socio-analytic medium for conversation and points of departure.
Robyn is originally from Northern Mexico, the Republic of Texas (San Antonio), moved to Chicago, IL for graduate school, and completed a master’s in theological ethics. Robyn then worked in domestic violence & sexual assault fields before joining the Attorney General’s Office. Following this, Robyn began doctoral work at the University of Denver/Iliff School of Theology to study Social Ethics and Latin@ Studies.
This website is one attempt from a Ph.D. student to reflect critically and discursively about the intersection of religion, culture, politics, ideas, and ethics helping to create a critical horizon of (intellectual) change. For Robyn’s micro-site containing all things Academic, please visit iEspinoza.com.