AIMEE DÁVILA HISEY


Aimee D. Hisey is a History Instructor and PhD candidate in History of Science at Oregon State University.

COURSES TAUGHT
HST 348: Indigenous Histories of Latin America
HST / REL 350: Early Latin America
HST 351: Modern Latin America

DISSERTATION RESEARCH
Currently, Hisey is researching the circulation of medical knowledge among Jewish and crypto-Jewish medical practitioners in the Spanish viceroyalties.

EDUCATION
2018 – present
PhD candidate | History of Science
2017
Master of Arts | Interdisciplinary Studies | History, Anthropology, Spanish Literature
Graduate Certificate in College and University Teaching
2013
Bachelor of Arts | History

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Archival Theory
Crypto-Judaism
Early Modern Spain
Ethnohistory
Gender and sexuality
History of medicine
History of Mexico
History of surgery
Indigenous histories
Indigenous medicine and healing
Inquisition and ecclesiastical rhetoric
Judaizantes in Spanish viceroyalties
Limpieza de sangre
Marriage and illicit unions
Midwives
Modernity and progress
Public health and hygiene in Latin America
Spanish viceroyalties
Surgeon barbers