Tamara Rangel Vieira has a bachelor’s degree (2004) in History from the Universidade Federal Fluminense and a master’s (2007) and PhD (2012) in the History of the Sciences and Health, both from PPGHCS. She conducted doctoral research at the Center for Human and Social Sciences at the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas (CCHS/CSIC) in Madrid in 2011 and was a postdoctoral fellow at the Casa de Oswaldo Cruz with a postdoctoral PAPD grant from the Rio de Janeiro state funding agency, FAPERJ. She is a researcher with the Casa de Oswaldo Cruz Research Department and professor with PPGHCS. Her research and teaching interests include the twentieth-century history of medicine and public health in Brazil; the institutionalization of the sciences in Brazil in the twentieth century; nation-region relations; and Brazilian social thought.
Publicações de destaque:
LIMA, Nísia Trindade ; Rangel Vieira, Tamara . The Sertão and Its Representations. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Latin American History. 1ed.: Oxford University Press, 2020, v. , p. 1-22.
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