|Aintzane Rincón Díez
||Received her PhD in Modern History fron the University of The Basque Country (2012).
Her thesis, titled Gender representations in Spanish cinema (1936-1982): Figures and dissures, focuses on the analysis of female and male identity models during the Fr
||Cinematic Discourse and Feminism in the Transition, The first teachers of San Nikolas ikastola(1963-1969)
|Amaia Negro Iturregi
||Pre-doctoral researcher at the Department of Contemporary History, at EHU.
Member of the Executive Council of the International Oral History Association (IOHA).
Co-editor of the online journal Words and Silences/Palabras y Silencios
Member of the
||Nuevos Movimientos Sociales y activismo sociopolítico en el País Vasco durante las décadas de 1970 y 1980
|Eider de Dios
||Her research totally focuses on gender history. She is interested in the identity construction process of working women, the evolution of domestic service until present times and the adaptation of migrant women during the Franco period in the Basque Count
||Domestic service in Bilbao during Francoism
||Social support of active pacifism in Euskal Herria 1986-2013
|Maialen Altuna Etxeberria
||Everyday life in the first years of the Franco regime collection
|Mentxu Irusta Laforga
||She is bachelor in Modern History from the University of The Basque Country and bachelor in Etnology from the University of Burdeos. She has been working in the Women´s information Center of Bilbao and in the present time she is a contributor of Ahoa.
||Working class struggles in Bizkaia 1970-92
||Social agents of Tolosa in the Civil War and the Franco period (1935-45)
||Received her PhD in Modern History from the University of The Basque Country and is currently Research Postdoctoral Fellow in Modern History at the same University. Prize winner in 2001 of the XII Victoria Kent research award, The University of Malaga.
||Plaza de La Cantera Collection, Polixene Trabudua Collection, Virginia Echeberria Collection
|Nerea Barjola Ramos
||Sexist Violence Internalization Process
|Pilar Domínguez Prats
||Associate professor of the department of Historical Sciences, The University of Las Palmas, Gran Canarias. Her areas of research are social movements and the History of Political Thought
||Women in Exile Collection
|Pilar Pérez Fuentes
||Professor of Modern History at the University of Basque Country. Received her PhD in Social and Political Sciences from the University of The Basque Country
||The Iron Mines Collection