(Residential Fellow, 2018-19)
Victors and Vanadium: Scientific Discovery in the Age of Revolutions
Rocio Gomez is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Arkansas and holds a PhD from the University of Arizona in Latin American History. Her research interests include Latin America, history of science, environmental history, and the history of medicine. Her first book, Silver Veins and Dusty Lungs: Water, Public Health, and the Environmental Legacies of Industry in Modern Mexico, 1834-1945, is under contract with University of Nebraska Press.