Publicaciones relevantes recientes / Recent Relevant Publications

  • Ledesma, L. & Barahona, A. 2003. The Institutionalization of Biology in Mexico in the early 20th Century. The Conflict between Alfonso Luis Herrera (1868-1942) and Isaac Ochoterena (1885-1950). Journal of the History of Biology, 36(2): 285-307.
  • Barahona, A., Pinar, S. & Ayala, F. J. 2005. Introduction and Institutionalization of Genetics in Mexico. Journal of the History of Biology, 38(2): 273– 299.
  • Barahona, A & Francisco J. Ayala. 2005. The Role Played by Theodosius Dobzhansky in the Emergence and Institutionalization of Genetics in Mexico. Genetics, 170: 981-987.
  • Barahona; A. & Ayala, F. J. 2005. History of Genetics in México. Nature Reviews/ Genetics, 6(11): 860-866.
  • Barahona, A. 2007. Science and Representation: the Case of Genetic Maps. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, 29: 145-160.
  • Barahona, A. 2008. Mendelism and agriculture in the first decades of the 20th Century in Mexico. Max Planck Institute for the History of Science Preprint, 343: 111-128.
  • Cachón, V., Barahona, A. & Ayala, F. J. 2008. The Rhetorical Construction of Eldredge and Gould Article on the Theory of Punctuated Equilibria in 1972.  History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, 30: 341-362.
  • Barahona, A & Bonilla, E. 2009. Teaching Evolution: Challenges for Mexican Primary Schools.  ReVista Harvard Review of Latin America, 3(3): 16-17.
  • Barahona, A. 2010. Ideas of Medical Doctors on Heredity in Mexico in the late 19th Century. Max Planck Institute for the History of Science Preprint, 392: 47-56.
  • Barahona, A., Suárez, E., & Rheinberger, H. J. 2010. The Hereditary Hourglass: Narrowing and Expanding the Domain of Heredity. Max Planck Institute for the History of Science Preprint, 392: 5-11.
  • Torrens, E. & Barahona, A. 2012. The tree of life in textbooks and museums. Almagest. International Journal for the History of Scientific Ideas, 3(2): 66-88.
  • Torrens, E. & Barahona, A. 2012. Why some evolutionary trees in natural history museums prone to being misinterpreted? Evolution, Education and Outreach, 5-1:76-100.
  • Barahona, A. 2013. The history of genetics in Mexico in the light of “A Cultural History of Heredity.” History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, 35: 69-74.
  • Santesmases, M. J., Suárez, E. & Barahona, A. 2013.  Historical and biological times: a celebration of identity. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, 35: 9-12.
  • Barahona, A. 2013. Genética en México y sus Instituciones en la primera mitad del siglo XX. Contrastes. Revista Internacional de Filosofía, 18: 423-438.
  • Torrens, E. & Barahona, A. 2013. Darwin’s muses behind his 1859 diagram. Arbor, 189 (763): 1-16.
  • Torrens, E. & Barahona, A. 2014. Capturing the order in nature and Darwin’s Tree of Life Ludus Vitalis, 22(41): 1-20.
  • Barahona, A. 2014. The Genetics and Radiobiology Program of the National Commission of Nuclear Energy in Mexico, and the work of Alfonso León de Garay. Archives Internationales d´Histoire des Sciences, 64 (172-173): 467-481.
  • Barahona, A. 2015. La circulación del conocimiento y el primer Programa de Genética y Radiobiología en México. Ludus Vitalis (en prensa).
  • Barahona, A. 2015. Medical genetics in Mexico.  The origins of cytogentics and the Health Care System. Historial Studies in the Natural Sciences, 45(1): 147-173.
  • Barahona, A. 2015. Transnational science and collaborative networks. The case of Genetics and Radiobiology in Mexico. Dynamis (en prensa).
  • Suárez, E., Mateos, G. & Barahona, A. 2015. Across borders: science and technology during the Cold War. An Introduction. Dynamis (en prensa).

Libros de investigación recientes / Recent research books

  • Barahona, A., Pinar, S. & Ayala, F. J. 2003. La Genética en México. Institucionalización de una Disciplina. México: Coordinación de Humanidades, UNAM. 242pp.
  • Barahona, A. & Cortés, O. 2008. La enseñanza de los valores en la ciencia. México: MacMillan/Castillo. 212pp.
  • Barahona, A. & Ayala, F. J. 2009. El siglo de los genes. Patrones de Explicación en Genética. España: Alianza Editorial. 256pp.
  • Ochoa, C. & Barahona, A. 2009. Formalismo versus funcionalismo. Historia de los conceptos de homología y analogía. México: FES Iztacala/Facultad de Ciencias/DGAPA, UNAM. 218pp.
  • Barahona, A. 2009. Historia de la Genética Humana en México. México: Facultad de Ciencias/DGAPA, UNAM/CONACyT. 220pp.
  • Ochoa, A. & Barahona, A. 2014. El Jano de la Morfología. De la homología a la homoplasia, historia, debates y evolución. México: Facultad de Ciencias/DGAPA, UNAM/CONACyT/Centro de Estudios Lombardo Toledano.

Libros de investigación como coordinadora recientes / Recent edited books

  • Barahona, A. & Almeida-Leñero, L. (Coords.). 2006. Educación para la Conservación. México: Facultad de Ciencias/PUMA, UNAM/CONACyT. 422pp.
  • Barahona, A., Suárez, E. & Rheinberger, H. J. (Eds.). 2010. The Hereditary Hourglass: Genetics and Epigenetics, 1868-2000. Max Planck Institute for the History of Science Preprint 392. Alemania: Max Planck Institute for the History of Science. 160pp.
  • Barahona, A., Suárez, E. & Rheinberger, H. J. (Eds.). 2011. Darwin: el arte de hacer ciencia. México: Facultad de Ciencias, UNAM/CONACyT. 246pp.
  • Santesmases, M. J., Suárez, E. & Barahona, A. (Eds.). 2013. Special Issue of History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 35.
  • Suárez, E., Mateos, G. & Barahona, A. (Eds.). 2015. Special Issue on Transnational Science during the Cold War. Dynamis.

 Capítulos en libros de investigación internacionales recientes / Recent International Book chapters

  • Barahona, A. & Cachón, V. 2008. The Rhetorical Dimension of Stephen J. Gould´s Work.  En: Michael Ruse (Ed.). Oxford Handbook for the Philosophy of Science. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 625-640.
  • Barahona, A. 2009. Francisco José Ayala. En: Ruse, M. & Travis, J. (Eds.). Evolution. The First Fourth Billion Years. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press. pp. 433-436.
  • Barahona, A. 2011. First references to Darwin and the Hereditary Ideas of the Medical Doctors in Mexico in the late 19th Century. En: Martínez C., J. & Ponce de León, A. (Eds.). Darwin’s Evolving Legacy. México: Siglo XXI. pp. 243-256.
  • Suárez, E. & Barahona, A. 2013. Postwar and Postrevolution: medical genetics and social anthropology in Mexico (1945-1970). En: Müller-Wille, S., Gausemeier, B. & Ramsden, E. (Eds.). Human Heredity in the Twentieth Century. London: Pickering and Chatto. pp. 101-112.
  • Barahona, A., Chamizo, J. A., Garritz, A. & Slisko, J. 2014. The history and philosophy of science and their relationship to the teaching of sciences in Mexico. En: Matthews, M. (Ed.). International Handbook of Research in History, Philosophy and Science Teaching. Dordrecht: Springer. Vol. III pp. 2247-2269.