Luis F. Gómez Lomelí

School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures - Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Ph.D. Student
Chancellor Fellow
Advisor: Rafael Acosta
Primary office:
Wescoe Hall 2035
University of Kansas
Lawrence, KS


Summary

Office Hours: MWF 11:00-11:50am

Luis Felipe studied Physics Engineering, has a M.S. in Ecology, and a Ph.D. in Philosophy of Science. In 2001, he received the Fine Arts Institute Short Fiction Award and since 2012, he belongs to the Sistema Nacional de Creadores de Arte in Mexico.

Teaching Interests

  • Adaptive Technology
  • Individualized Instruction
  • Collaborative Learning

Research Interests

  • Ecocriticism
  • History & Philosophy of Science
  • Latin American Literature
  • Fiction
  • Ecology

Selected Publications

Fiction Books: 

  • Okigbo vs. las transnacionales y otras historias de protesta, La Pereza, 2015 (novel). Indio borrado, Tusquets, 2014 (novel). El alivio de los ahogados, Cuadrivio, 2014 (short stories). Cuaderno de flores, Tusquets, 2007 (novel). Ella sigue de viaje, Tusquets, 2005 (short stories). Todos santos de California, Tusquets, 2002 y 2014 (short stories).

Editor:

  • Asesinos, músicos y otros personajes para recorrer México, Secretaría de Cultura de Colima, 2015 (anthology). Solo cuento vol. 3, UNAM, 2011 (anthology). La tierra pródiga, INBA-FIL, 2011 (catalog).

Non Fiction:

  • Relaciones naturaleza y sociedad, ITESM, 2013. El ambientalismo, Nostra, 2009.

Chapters:

  • "Narratives of Complexity", in: Nodos, in press. “Naturaleza: coerción vs. consenso. Apuntes para una ecología política”, in: Ciencia, tecnología y sociedad en México, Miguel Ángel Porrúa, 2008. 
  • “Relaciones ciencia y sociedad: los ecologistas y los bárbaros”, in El Pensamiento científico en la sociedad actual, Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia, 2006. 
  • “El cernícalo de la CONASUPO y la imagen de la naturaleza en nuestros días”, in El hacha puesta en la raíz: ensayistas mexicanos para el siglo XXI, Fondo Editorial Tierra Adentro, 2006.

Articles:

  • “Water deficit accelerates determinate developmental program of the primary root and does not affect lateral root initiation in a Sonoran Desert cactus (Pachycereus pringlei, Cactaceae)”, American Journal of Botany 90 (6): 823-831. 2003.  

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