Farren Yero is a doctoral student in History at Duke University. She is the blog manager for the Hispanic American Historical Review and a member of the Digital History Working Group at Duke University. Her research on the history of medicine and healing practices focuses on discursive and visual representations of gendered disease, sexuality, and the body in eighteenth-century Mexico. In 2013, Farren completed her M.A. in Latin American Studies at Tulane University, with concentrations in Anthropology, History, and Art History. Before this, Farren worked as a curatorial assistant at the University of Florida Historical Archaeology Lab, participating in two summer excavation sessions at Kingsley Plantation in Jacksonville, Florida. In 2010, she completed her B.A. in Anthropology at the University of Florida.