Degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology at the University of the Basque Country (UPV / EHU). Master's Degree in Feminist and Gender Studies in the same university with a research about women in punk-rock groups. In 2010 she carried out research on the construction of the feminine gender in the first Francoism with the Second Research Fellowship "The Contribution of Women to the History of Tolosa" of the Tolosa City Council.

She is currently developing her thesis in the framework of the Zabalduz 2012 program, working jointly between the UPV-EHU and AHOA (Archive of Memory). The thesis deals with the constructions of gender identities in the first Francoism from an analysis of everyday life and emotions.

One of her most important publications:

  • "Frankismo garaiko dantzaldiak. Aisialdi espazio erritualizatuetatik generoa eraikiz" in Esteban, Mari Luz y Hernandez, Jone Miren (koord.), Etnografia Feministak Euskal Herrian. XXI. Mendera begira dagoen antropologia, EHU-UEU: Bilbo, 2016.
  • “Bailes juveniles en la posguerra. Espacios de control social” in Gómez Bravo, Gutmaro y Pallol, Rubén (ed.) Actas del Congreso Posguerras. 75 aniversario del fin de la guerra civil española, Editorial Pablo Iglesias: Madrid, 2015.
  • “Violencia simbólica en la Cuaresma franquista. El miedo como elemento estructurador del sistema de género” en Actas del XIII Congreso de Antropología de la FAAEE, 2014.

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