Montaño’s work named best book by Latin American studies group

Diana Montaño

Diana Montaño, assistant professor of history in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, has won the Alfred B. Thomas Award for her book “Electrifying Mexico: Technology and the Transformation of a Modern City” (University of Texas Press).

Awarded annually by the Southeastern Council of Latin American Studies (SECOLAS), the honor recognizes the best book on a Latin American subject in the past year.

Read more on the Arts & Sciences website.

Leave a Comment

Comments and respectful dialogue are encouraged, but content will be moderated. Please, no personal attacks, obscenity or profanity, selling of commercial products, or endorsements of political candidates or positions. We reserve the right to remove any inappropriate comments. We also cannot address individual medical concerns or provide medical advice in this forum.