Tamara López Fernández (Lugo, 1994) has a degree in Culture Sciences and Cultural Diffusion (2016, USC) and a Master in Cultural Services (2017, USC). In 2016 she obtained the Extraordinary End of Degree Award and the qualification of M.H of her in her Final Degree Project: "Syria: the historical explanation of a permanent conflict," under the direction of Professor Pilar López Rodríguez.
In 2017 she was awarded the Extraordinary Master's End Prize.She is currently a predoctoral researcher in the program "Cultural Studies: Memory, Identity, Territory and Language" at the University of Santiago de Compostela. Her doctoral thesis is directed by Professor Ana Cabana Iglesia. Her main line of investigation is common crime in the first Franco regime in the Lugo Judicial Party (1945-1966) through the analysis of judicial documentation. At a general level, other fields of interest are: Francoism, social and cultural history, economic violence and common crime.
Currently she has opened a line of work that focuses on the history of gender during the Franco regime, more specifically on a crime and practice as little known as abortion.
She has participated in different congresses, conferences and seminars at the local, regional and state levels, whose contributions can be found open on their respective web pages. She is part of the HISTAGRA Group: Group of Agrarian History and Politics of the Rural World (USC). She is currently a Predoctoral Contractor of the Xunta de Galicia since May 2019.