Uxía Otero González (Cervo, 1992) has a degree in History (USC, 2014), an Interuniversity Master's Degree in Contemporary History (USC, 2015) and a PhD in Contemporary History (2022).
During the 2014/2015 academic year, she enjoyed a collaboration scholarship of the MECD that he developed in the Contemporary Oral and Documentary Heritage Unit (UPDOC) – Galician Oral History Fund (HISTORGA) of the former USC Department of Contemporary and American History. He was awarded the Extraordinary Award for the Degree in History by the USC, the Final Degree Award by the Xunta de Galicia and the Extraordinary Award for the Interuniversity Master's Degree in Contemporary History by the USC.
His lines of research focus on: women/women, gender, femininity and Francoism . In her doctoral thesis she works on the construction of "being a woman" and the evolution of this gender model throughout the Franco dictatorship.