Natalia Jorge Pereira (Tomiño, 1982) has a degree in History from the University of Santiago de Compostela, specializing in Contemporary and American History (2006). He completed the Master in Contemporary and American History in 2014-2015.
Her research focuses on the behaviors and attitudes of rural populations on the Baixomian border throughout the first half of the 20th century. His latest works study the forms of resistance to Francoism, focusing on the smuggling of the raia and on the relations between logging and local administration during the 1940s. As a result of this line of work, we highlight the special mention in the II Jesús Prize. García Calvo (2016) for his TFM "Forms of resistance to Francoism: or the case of estraperlo in Tomiño".
Of the last contributions to the historiographical field we salute “Antón Alonso Ríos no agrarismo tomiñés (1931-1936)”, Murguía Revista Galega de Historia, nº33, January-June 2016, pp. 53-75 and "A Guerra da España na memoria da raia", REM: magazine of Miñoráns studies, nº 18 pp 89-106. His most recent work is the new edition of the autobiographical book by Antón Alonso Ríos Siñor Afranio ou como me rispei das gadoupas da morte (2019, Deputación de Pontevedra), which includes the conclusions of the Conference on the agrarian teacher and politician were held in Tomiño 3-7 October 2017.
Currently, he is studying for a European doctorate under the direction of Miguel Cabo Villaverde (University of Santiago de Compostela) and Paula Godinho (University of Lisbon), which he combines with his dedication to work at Tomiño City Council.